Yazmin Mason

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Yazmin Mason was a pitcher for the Hades Tigers, and was with the team from the Season β1 elections until being incinerated on Season β7, Day 71. Mason had previously played for the Philly Pies.

Official League Records

Mason was originally a pitcher for the Philly Pies in Season β1. Mason was traded for Nicholas Mora at the end of the season after blessings, though this trade was never officially recorded anywhere.[1]

Mason was initially a 1/2-star pitcher. During the elections at the end of Season β3, Mason was affected by the Bloodlust Blessing and became a 5-star pitcher.

With the Tigers championship wins in seasons β3 and β4, and having been on the Pies for their victory in Season β1, Yazmin Mason alongside Spears Taylor became the only two players to have won three championships. At the end of the season, Mason was affected by theAlternate Reality Decree, resulting in a 2.5 star pitching rating.

On Season β7, Day 56, Mason's hitting ability was siphoned by Houston Spies batter Valentine Games in a game with Blooddrain weather, bringing it from to

On Season β7, Day 71, Mason was incinerated due to chaining instability caused by Jaylen Hotdogfingers, and replaced by Mummy Melcon.

In Season β10, Mason's popularity among Tigers fans led to her being among the top 14 players in the Hall of Flame. On Day X, Mason became a member of the Hall Stars, batting for the first time and managing to hit a home run during the battle against THE SHELLED ONE'S PODS.

After Day X, Mason was Released from the ILB.

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

Yazmin Mason Across Dimensions

In the Interdimensional Rumor Mill’s library, there’s an always-evolving book titled Yazmin Mason’s Rumor Registry. A bookmark sticks out from between the pages, labelled IF-47.844 and marking the following entry...

Hailing from Elysium, Mason was born an ordinary deer until she was bit by a radioactive blaseball player, giving her the ability to walk on two legs, grab things with her hooves, and speak in Blaseballian. Taking an interest in blaseball, she used her new abilities to practice in the Elysian Underleagues, where games were played on long open fields with no back fence for harder home runs, and with a much slower pace of play. Despite underwhelming performance during her first three seasons, she quickly became popular with fans for her enthusiasm.

Paula Turnip was Mason's childhood friend, though the two had a falling out over Paula's "unethical business practices" before Mason joined the Tigers.

Mason is refused to field interviewers' questions about whether she would be more suited for a Good League team.

Alternate Reality

This version of Yazmin Mason hailed from an unusually divergent dimension - one in which Landry Violence was never incinerated. It is usually believed that such a massive divergence is impossible, as blaseball outcomes remain consistent across all dimensions. Dr. Pecota has suggested that as replacement Paula Turnip exhibits shockingly similar performance to Landry, such a divergence could occur without violating the Blaseball Consistency Principle.

Mason, like her alternate counterpart, focused on training to improve herself after a disappointing Season β3 performance. However, without psychic rage at Landry's death fueling her pitching, she was unable to match said counterpart.

Decree Swap

When the Alternate Reality decree was selected by the participants, this Mason was swapped with the version of herself from IF-17.34. Mason was devastated to discover Violence's death and shocked to find Paula Turnip on the team in her new dimension.

Mason had offered to answer any questions about her home dimension. Facts she shared include:

  • Pluto is still considered a planet.
  • Hotdogs are called "hamburgers" and hamburgers are called "frankfurters" because Hamburg and Frankfurt switched places.
  • Betamax was the video format of choice until Laserdisc went mainstream.


After Mason's incineration, her blaseball cap was put on display alongside that of her alternate counterpart in the Landry Violence Memorial Hall. Both fans and Tigers players have taken to wearing fake antlers for good luck during games.

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