Lotus Mango

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Lotus Mango was a lineup player for the Philly Pies, and was with the team from the Season β22 elections until Fall Ball. Mango has played for the Tokyo Lift and Seattle Garages.

Official League Records

Mango joined the ILB as a lineup player for the Tokyo Lift during the Season β10 elections after the Ascension of the Baltimore Crabs.

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

Mango was traded to the Seattle Garages in exchange for Goodwin Morin during the Season β13 elections via the Lift's Exchange will.

On Season β17, Day 78, Mango hit a grand slam, bringing the score to 10, which sent Charleston Shoe Thieves' pitcher Bright Zimmerman to the shadows via Fax.

During the Season β18 earlsiesta, Mango was given the Negative modification as part of the seasonal reading.

During the Season β19 earlsiesta, Mango was given the Undertaker modification as part of the seasonal reading.

During the Season β21 elections, Mango gained the 2x modification as a result of the Garages' Magnify will.

Mango was recruited to the Philly Pies during the Season β22 elections via the Under Taker blessing.

On Season β24, Day 61, Mango retreated to the Pies' Shadows in exchange for Jefferson Delacruz due to Night. Mango rejoined the Pies' lineup in exchange for Pudge Nakamoto due to Night less than an inning later.

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


Lotus Mango is a collection of entities all going by the name Lotus Mango. When asked why they all use the same name, they cited "tax purposes". Most entities known as Lotus Mango currently reside in the Big Garage's Greenhouse, though some seem to exist outside typical time and space, and thus have no need for it. Below is listed one of the many Lotii.

Box of Lotus Mango Files

Dust billows as the file box lands on the table. While many archives in the Interdimensional Rumor Mill are unified in some way, this... definitely isn’t one of them. The accompanying Rumor Registry explains all of the contents... wherever it is... but for now you grab the folder labelled IF-56.067 and start reading...


The player known as Lotus Mango is composed of two discrete entities: A Model L5-CR63 (Construction Robot) produced by the now-defunct Lotus Co., and a mango tree (Mangifera indica). Examination of the robot has revealed extensive wear from time and exposure to the elements, with numerous repairs having been made over the course of their Blaseball career. According to reports made by team captain Stijn Strongbody, the two “have created a sort of symbiotic relationship [...] Aside from supplying each other with energy, they’re almost connected on a deeper level than physical. Separating them would be a bad idea.” Additional investigation has shown that the connections between the mango tree’s nervous system and the artificial intelligence of the robot mimic the interconnectedness of the human brain. Additional research to investigate this phenomenon is pending.

Affinity for Blaseball

Despite their original function as a construction robot, team members have noted that Mango has taken to blaseball surprisingly well. Lift fans attribute this to the fact that “lifting I-beams all the time isn’t that different from lifting a bat, if you think about it.” Any attempts to investigate Mango’s source code for more information have failed, as in addition to poor style practice and numerous sections of code that seem to be entirely unused, the code seems to rewrite itself at a rate that makes any live analysis impossible.

Personal Life

Neither Mango herself nor her teammates seem to know her exact age, though radiocarbon dating suggests the mango tree was planted approximately 50 years prior to the start of Season 1. Mango has shown close attachments to all members of the Lift and is reported to be a strong force for promoting mindfulness and positive mental health practices among the team. Mango frequently lacks the ability to communicate vocally (likely due to a mechanical failure) and instead communicates primarily using sign language.

When not playing Blaseball, Mango has often been spotted in the mountainous areas to the northwest of Tokyo. When approached by fans, she will invite them to sit with her in silence, and observe nature. Those who participate in this ritual report feeling “oddly comforted. I mean, she’s just a robot with a tree, right? But I feel like she gets me. I might have to try this on my own sometime.” When Mango was approached for comment, none was given.

Fan Works


Lotus Mango is the focus of the following songs: