Winnie Mccall

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Winnie Mccall was a lineup player for the New York Millennials, and was with the team from Season β1 until being incinerated on Season β16, Day 92.

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Mccall joined the ILB as a lineup player for the New York Millennials with the Return of Blaseball.

Mccall was originally rated at , but during the Season β2 elections was affected by the Soul Swap blessing and became a player.

During Season β15, Mccall was attacked by Consumers twice.

On Season β16, Day 92, Mccall was incinerated and replaced by Anathema Elemefayo.

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


Mccall was voted Most Likely to Be Sacrificed for Material or Otherwise Splorting Gain during Season β1.

Mccall was recruited onto the Millennials while wandering New York's subway tunnels; stumbling across a lost door, she opened it, discovering a secret entrance to the Millennials' stadium. She had been trying to find the F line. [1]

Worried about the necessity of a fun gimmick to be considered a widely known Blaseball player, Mccall briefly brought pockets full of smartphones to all of their at-bats. "Everyone seemed to have something, you know? Scorpler has his cool jacket, Dom has the obvious thing, Sandie's the most amazing merfolk ever... what did I have? My last name's Mccall, and our team already had a phone theme, so it felt pretty obvious," Mccall later recounted. Unfortunately, this coincided with Jessica Telephone's popular advent, and Mccall failed to gain any notoriety. She still maintains that Telephone copied her somehow.

Winnie has a moderately successful podcast about gum, appropriately named "Chewin' It". Since the Soul Swap of Season 2 "Chewin' It" has seen a significant drop in both notable guest appearances and viewership due to the endless screaming caused by the harrowing effects of the soul swap. Most downloads are attributed to audial pranks, or are played at high volumes in public spaces as a form of protest against the practice of soul swapping.

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