James Mora

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James Mora is a lineup player for the Yellowstone Magic. Mora has been with the team since Season 12, Day 56. Mora previously pitched for the Hawai'i Fridays.

Official League Records

During the Season 5 election, Mora's pitching and baserunning fell half a star as a part of the Charleston Shoe Thieves' Bad Neighbors blessing. These were later regained after the Shoe Thieves' Mutually Arising blessing during the Season 6 election.

During the Coffee Cup, Mora played for Cream & Sugar United as a lineup player.

On Season 12, Day 56, Mora was exchanged to the Yellowstone Magic due to Feedback. Mora was replaced by Jaylen Hotdogfingers.

During the Season 14 elections the Magic received the Nut Button blessing, giving Mora the Superyummy modification.

During the Season 16 Earlsiesta, Mora lost the Superyummy modification.

During the Season 16 elections, Mora became a lineup player as a result of the Magic's Move will.


The remainder of this article contains lore created collaboratively by the Blaseball community.



James "Jimmy" Mora is known as the Mullet Bullet from Oahu. Ze was raised in Honolulu, where ze is known for hir trademark mullet and fastball combo.

Despite hir roughneck appearance, Mora has a delightful high tenor singing voice, and sings walkup songs for the batters during Fridays games (even while ze is on the mound), accompanied by Stevenson Heat on ukulele.

Several unconfirmed reports have stated that Heat and Mora have begun a romantic relationship as of ██/██/████

The Many Moras

It has been speculated that Jimmy Mora may be related to Chicago Firefighters pitcher Swamuel Mora and Philly Pies pitcher Nicholas Mora. Popular theories include that they may all be the same person from different timelines, that they are the three fragmented parts of the long since incinerated blaseballer Mora Prime, or that they are siblings. None of these theories have been confirmed by any of the three.

Exploratory Surgeries

As a result of the Season 7 elections, James Mora underwent three exploratory surgeries to improve his pitching. While this did have the desired result of improving his pitching (albeit only slightly), the three surgeries also gave him cat ears and a cat tail. It is theorized that his pitching improvements are due to the feline sense of balance provided by the cat tail. After the surgeries, his teammates took to referring to him as The Six Million Dollar Catboy.