Hellmouth Sunbeams/Season 2

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In Season β2 the Hellmouth Sunbeams finished last in the Evil League, and second-to-last in the ILB, winning no blessings in the Season β2 Elections.

Season β2 would be a strong start to establishing the Sunbeams as the dominant 5th place Lawful Evil Team.

Starting Roster

Season β2 Starting Roster
Lineup Rotation

Roster Changes

The Hellmouth Sunbeams experienced no changes to their roster over the course of the season or postseason.

Election Outcomes

The Sunbeams won no blessings, and were effected by one Decree:


Season Overview

Everything Goes to Hell

The following summary mixes canon events with community lore.
Following the Opening of the Forbidden Book and the Hellmouth swallowing Moab, the town of Hellmouth was left reeling. While no one in town[1] could remember a time before the Hellmouth was there, they were nonetheless left to pick up the pieces of the disaster and cope with the sudden and unexpected population drop.

Digital drawing of the moment Miguel James attempted to save Zack Sanders's life during the opening of the Hellmouth, but instead accidentally caught her on fire when he spontaneously burst into flames, killing her. It depicts the two of them engulfed in flames on either sides of the sun, cut in half by a jagged black shadow.
Two pals chilling after the Season β1 Elections
by Ash

The players of the Hellmouth Sunbeams,[2] along with the rest of town, adapted to the changes and learned to live in the treacherous environment. Their star pitcher of the season, Zack Sanders, managed to pull off a 13-7 win-loss record despite dying and being reborn under The Sun at the beginning of the season. In an impromptu ceremony, batters Malik Romayne and Igneus Delacruz were married on the field during Day 47’s game, to the great joy of the rest of the team, and the incredible confusion of their opponents who had to quickly procure various wedding gifts. However, the biggest accomplishment of the season was when Emmett Internet finally managed to teach Lars Taylor how to sleep, despite the fact that Internet himself does not sleep.

Much like Season β1, the Sunbeams did not perform very well. In fact, they performed badly even better than they had before, managing to take the title of second-worst record in the league, securing themselves the team-wide Fourth Strike modification in the following season. This would surely give the team the boost they needed to maybe become mediocre despite winning no blessings in the election once again. It’s likely that the players were far more concerned with the daily Solar Eclipses incinerating players across the league than their own lackluster performance, though fortunately they managed to make it out of the season in one piece.

New Neighbors

Friends :‧)
by @Ivi_Pessoa

When the citizens of Hellmouth investigated the opening of the Hellmouth, they discovered the Hades Tigers on the opposite side of the opening. This, along with the discovery that US Highway 191 now led down to Hades made it easier for the Sunbeams to spend the season bonding with the Tigers over their mutual Hell-themed landscapes and sensibilities. Their relationship quickly evolved into the greatest anti-rivalry that the league has ever seen. Every series the teams play together, known as Hell Series, function fundamentally differently from a normal blaseball series. While in a standard, non Hell Series, the team who scores a run gets the run, every run scored by the Tigers and Sunbeams get added together to one Tigerbeams run count. Tigerbeams remain undefeated.

  1. Except for Sandoval Crossing.
  2. As they have always been named.