Sam Scandal

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Sam Scandal was a player in the Shadows for the Dallas Steaks, and was with the team from Season β1 until Fall Ball.

Official League Records

Scandal joined the ILB as a lineup player for the Dallas Steaks with the Return of Blaseball.

During the Coffee Cup, Scandal played for the Americano Water Works as a pitcher.

During the Season β13 elections, Scandal retreated to the Steaks' Shadows in exchange for Zephyr McCloud as a result of the Steaks' Foreshadow will, resulting in a combined 17 17.8 stat increase.

During the Season β14 elections, Scandal rejoined the Steaks' active roster in exchange for Kit Adamses as a result of the Steaks' Foreshadow will, becoming a pitcher player in the process. Scandal also received the Minimalist modification as a result of the Garages' receiving the Min-Maxing blessing.

On Season β24, Day 64, Scandal retreated to the Steaks' Shadows in exchange for Barry Burkhard due to Night.

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


When it comes to Scandal, they seem to have two faces. As seen on sports channels and tabloids, Sam Scandal is an aloof, mean-spirited, and cruel person whose actions are an affront to the great sport of Blaseball. They can't go a day without saying or doing something to rile up the fans. They've got a soul more monstrous than even the game's most incomprehensible players.

However, their teammates and fans have a different story. They say Sam Scandal "is the genuinely goodest person who ever lived" [sic] and "They have never done anything wrong."

Of course, the gossip rags are an official source while personal experience is merely anecdotal.


Despite their high rating compared to the rest of the Steaks, Scandal's abrasive personality causes division among fans. Glossip reported Scandal saying "The Commissioner is not doing a great job," "I am not participating in the cultural event of Blaseball," "Incineration is not the only way out," and "I am not all love Blaseball." Scandal fervently denies saying any of these things, yet rumors still persist in the Blaseball world.

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