Logan Horseman

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Logan Horseman was a lineup player for the Miami Dale, and was with the team from the Season β14 elections until being incinerated on Season β19, Day 7. Horseman also played for the Baltimore Crabs.

Official League Records

Horseman joined the ILB as a lineup player for the Miami Dale with the Return of Blaseball.

During the Coffee Cup, Horseman played for Club de Calf as a lineup player.

In the Season β12 Elections, Horseman's stats were increased by the Dale's Infuse will.

Horseman was traded to the Baltimore Crabs in exchange for Baldwin Breadwinner during the Season β13 elections via the Crabs' Exchange will.

Horseman was traded back to the Miami Dale in exchange for Baldwin Breadwinner during the Season β14 elections via the Dale's Exchange Will.

During the Season β16 elections, Horseman's batting changed 5.5 6.5 and defense changed 4.2 3.9 as a result of the Dale's Transfuse will.

On Season β19, Day 7, Horseman was incinerated and replaced by Bobbin Moss.

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


Despite the relatively low ratings, Horseman was reliable at getting on base and part of a productive mid-order with Murray Pony and Hahn Fox during their seasons together. Horseman is a member-founder of the Party Animals intra-team group, and the only founder still with the Dale.

Personal Life

Horseman is a known Hlorse. Horseman is not related to famous actor BoJack Horseman. Little is known about Horseman's family and upbringing, although he says he is from Key West. He is saving his life’s story for his upcoming autobiography, From the Hlorse’s Mouth: Breaking Out of The Glass Menagerie.

Horseman has a brightly colored horn on his forehead, driving speculation that he is a unicorn. When asked about it, he will sigh and say that it’s a birthmark and that "no one can tame me, bro" and "everyone knows that unicorns aren’t real." His favorite party trick is opening beers by slamming them into the tip of his horn and then chugging them.

He can often be found at Pollo Tropical. He doesn't order, he just enjoys "the scene." He is easily recognized at the franchise and is on a first-name basis with many of the employees.

Horseman has a pet polydactyl cat that he stole from the Hemingway House named William Faulkner.

Time on the Baltimore Crabs

Logan's time on the Crabs is subject to a great deal of speculation as no one has been able to get a straight answer out of him. So far this is what we've managed to dig up. This time, the Interdimensional Rumor Mill reveals a Rumor from IF-83.853 out of its Rumor Registry...

Life of the Party

In season 13, Horseman was traded to the Baltimore Crabs in place of Baldwin Breadwinner. After the Crabs had swept the finals in the last post season, Horseman was somewhat alarmed to discover that he was now the star batter on a team coming off of their fourth championship win. Despite the team's reputation the Crabs seemed eager to make Horseman feel at home in Baltimore, with the team captain Kennedy Loser helping him find a place to stay and warning him against jumping in the bay (which he did immediately), Adalberto Tosser showing him the best places in town (where they got kicked out), and someone letting slip that Silvaire Roadhouse couldn't see him due to her horse blindness (which almost got him shot when he started pretending to be a ghost at practice, and forgot Silvaire was well known for her quick aim with her revolver).

When the Crabs inevitably hit their first party time since Season 5, Horseman helped them unwind after a rough couple of seasons and they were able to let loose and finally relax back on the immaterial plane. When he was sent back to Miami in the election, it was with well wishes and mutual appreciation, as well as a base that Forrest Best had gifted him as a souvenir for a fellow accomplished base-thief.

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