Wyatt Mason IX

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Wyatt Mason IX was a pitcher for the New York Millennials, and was with the team from the Second Wyatt Masoning until being echoed into Static on Season β14, Day 77.

Official League Records

Mason IX joined the ILB as a pitcher for the New York Millennials in Season β14 as part of the Second Wyatt Masoning.

Wyatt Mason IX and Wyatt Mason XI echoed each other into Static when meeting on Day 77 of the same season.

Community Lore

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

Wyatt Mason IX Across Dimensions

In the Interdimensional Rumor Mill’s library, there’s an always-evolving book titled Wyatt Mason IX’s Rumor Registry. A bookmark sticks out from between the pages, labelled IF-56.149 and marking the following entry...

Nines Mason was a pitcher for the New York Millennials, and has been since season 3 when he was not Sandie Turner. He was originally a batter but was moved to pitching in Season 6. As it turned out, he was far more successful at that.

Life outside of Blaseball

Mason had a fairly successful career as a DJ. They play “lo-fi beats to hate capitalism to,” and are a big fan of the Garages. Their equipment now goes unused in a corner of the Apartment.
He is a college graduate, and has a degree in urban planning. He was going to work on increasing accessibility in NYC’s subway system. The Millennials attended his graduation. They even put away their phones (except to take pictures.) The pictures on faer phone are strangely glitchy now.

Season 14

On Day 77 of Season 14, something happened.

It was never supposed to happen. It was an accident.

Wyatt Mason was not available to pitch during the day 77 game. There was Static on the pitcher’s mound.

Mason came back, and it’s fine now, and he adamantly denies all claims to the contrary, and he stays up spinning dials on radios trying to find something other then static.

Everything is possible, so everything is true, so this can’t be wrong, but…

this doesn’t feel right.



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