Zephyr McCloud is a lineup player for the Core Mechanics, and has been with the team since Season 2, Day 89. McCloud has previously played for the , Hades Tigers, Tokyo Lift, Moab Hellmouth Sunbeams, Atlantis Georgias, Charleston Shoe Thieves, Miami Dale, Philly Pies, Mexico City Wild Wings, Boston Flowers, Hawai'i Fridays, New York Millennials, Yellowstone Magic, and Dallas Steaks.
Official League Records
McCloud joined the ILB as a player in the Shadows for the Dallas Steaks as the Steaks' Season β11 Playoff Birth.
During the Season 13 elections, McCloud joined the Steaks' lineup in exchange for Sam Scandal as a result of the Steaks' Foreshadow will.
On Season β18, Day 58, McCloud became a pitcher due to Reverb.
During the Season β19 elections, McCloud retreated to the Steaks's Shadows in exchange for Zoey Kirchner as a result of the Steaks' Foreshadow will, resulting in a combined 12.6 → 13.3 stat increase.
During the Season β20 elections, McCloud rejoined the Steaks' lineup in exchange for Wyatt Mason IV as a result of the Steaks' Swap will.
On Season β24, Day 32, Niq Nyong'o of the Philly Pies hit McCloud with a pitch, causing McCloud to be Observed. Later that same day, McCloud entered the Secret Base in Tastycake Stadium, and they were Redacted. On Day 40, McCloud exited the Secret Base at Miami International Arena, losing Redacted and gaining the Attractor modification. Upon being batted in by Rush Ito, McCloud joined the Miami Dale's Shadows.
During the November 4, 2022 Fall Ball, McCloud fell to the Hades Tigers.
Following the second opening of the Forbidden Book in the Season 1 election, McCloud was cursed and gained the Can't Lose modification.
At the conclusion of Season 2, Day 1, McCloud began to move teams. Over the course of the season they joined the Tokyo Lift, Moab Hellmouth Sunbeams, Atlantis Georgias, Charleston Shoe Thieves, Miami Dale, Philly Pies, Mexico City Wild Wings, Boston Flowers, Yellowstone Magic, Hawai'i Fridays, New York Millennials, Dallas Steaks, and Core Mechanics.
The remainder of this article contains lore created collaboratively by the Blaseball community.
Professional wrestling career
Zephyr McCloud is a former professional wrestler known for his work in various independent circuits, winning championships and tournaments in North America, Mexico and Europe. Most notable were his runs in Los Angeles Guerrilla and Ruhrgebiet Xtreme Wrestling, winning the top championships and tournaments of both promotions. After winning the XX34 Battle of the Infinite McCloud challenged Somebody for the LAG World Championship in a Championship vs. Career Match. Somebody ultimately retained and McCloud was forced to retire from professional wrestling.
- Arcus (Diving Tornado DDT)
- Sky High (Corkscrew Senton)
- Discus Lariat
Championships and accomplishments
- Federación Mundial de Lucha Libre
- FMLL World Welterweight Championship (1 time)
- Los Angeles Guerrilla
- LAG World Championship (2 times)
- LAG World Tag Team Championship (3 times) - with Someone
- Battle of the Infinite (XX32, XX34)
- National Territory Alliance
- NTA World Television Championship (3 times)
- NTA World Tag Team Championship (1 time) - with Someone
- Ruhrgebiet Xtreme Wrestling
- rXw Unified World Wrestling Championship (2 times)
- rXw Shotgun Championship (4 times)
- 24 Carat Gold Tournament (XX32)
- Último Gate USA
- Freedom Fight Championship (1 time)
Switch to Blaseball
Zephyr McCloud began a Blaseball career after retiring from wrestling and signed with the Dallas Steaks, entering their Shadows in Season β11. His batting prowess did not stay unnoticed and he was called up into the lineup during the Season β13 elections, replacing Sam Scandal.
McCloud does not use a bat during plate appearances. Instead he chooses to hit the ball with his forearm using the lariat wrestling move. When asked about his batting technique in an interview he responded: “It just comes natural to me because I’ve been hitting things with my forearm for years and years now. At some point it becomes muscle memory. I just swing my arm and send everything in its way flying”
Zephyr by @dreambaot
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