Tai Beanbag was a player in the Shadows for the Ohio Worms, and was with the team from the Season β22 elections until Fall Ball. Beanbag has previously played for the Mexico City Wild Wings.
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Beanbag joined the ILB as a lineup player for the Mexico City Wild Wings on Season β13, Day 78 after the incineration of Lawrence Horne.
Beanbag was traded to the Ohio Worms in exchange for Matteo Cash during the Season β22 elections via the Wild Wings' Equivalent Exchange will.
On Season β23, Day 96, Beanbag retreated to the Worms' Shadows in exchange for Cantus Hojo at Wapakoneta Air, Space, and Worm Museum and Ballpark via the Ratified Voicemail.
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Tai Beanbag is a Chinese-Mexican man known within his team for his laid-back attitude, his casual tye-dye dress sense, his passion for art and music, and the levitating beanbag chair that he is rarely seen without.
Before becoming a batter for the Mexico City Wild Wings, Beanbag was a part time graphic designer and musician, and has stated when interviewed that "I never used to care about splorts, one way or the other...". Beanbag was placed onto the Wild Wings possible players list when he signed up to play his trusty guitarron during the 7th Inning Stretch without fully reading the contract.
Despite his stated ambivalence, Beanbag is a surprisingly hard worker and is often seen doing exercises and practicing his Blaseball skills. In particular, he has been reported to practice his batting in the Bucket regularly with teammate, Bucket employee, and fellow flying expert Cell Barajas, about which he has stated "It's just a great thing, all around. You get closer... to the team's heart, their rhythm."
Tai Beanbag is also close with fellow batter Stephanie Winters, as they both went to college together. Though they are about the same age, due to the large amount of time between when they started playing Blaseball, Beanbag appears to be much older.
Beanbag enjoys making puns, much to the chagrin of his teammates.