Blood Hamburger is a lineup player for the Charleston Shoe Thieves, and has been with the team since Season 3.


Official League Records

Hamburger joined the league on Season 3, Day 75, after the incineration of Blankenship Fischer in a game against the Los Angeles Tacos.

On Season 8, Day 98, Hamburger gained a ½ star in batting, pitching, and baserunning due to Enhanced Party Time.

In the Season 10 elections, Hamburger received Noise-Cancelling Headphones, becoming Soundproof.


COMMUNITY LORE

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Media Recognition

Off the field, Blood Hamburger is a notable media personality and commentator who regularly appears on Blaseball splortscasts and has garnered a reputation as "one of the most recognisable names in Blaseball." Hamburger has been mentioned by name in several major publications unrelated to Blaseball, including The Paris Review and Rock Paper Shotgun.

Personal Life

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Blood Hamburger (born Bloodius Hamburgeoisie) comes from the esteemed Hamburgeoisie family. After a childhood incident, Blood was constantly covered in a thick layer of goo from an undetermined source. Throughout his schooling years, Blood was constantly bullied with nicknames such as "Goober" and "Drippy," fueling his trademark unquenchable rage.

When Blood turned 118, he moved out of his childhood home of Hamburgeoisie Manor and cut all ties with his family, changing his legal name to Blood Hamburger. When asked in an interview about his estrangement, Blood stated, "I just didn't vibe with my family." He proceeded to list his problems with his sixteen siblings, two parents, two step-parents, four and a half grandparents, five aunts, seven uncles, and an impossible number of cousins.

Blood is known for his carefree attitude, veganism, and his farm, Hamburger Ranch, where he raises cows and chickens. Last year, his cow (Blood II) took home the blue ribbon in the Best Cow competition at Charleston County Fair. Blood describes the ribbon as his "pride and joy," and can be seen wearing it during games.

Blood's pregame ritual involves eating grass. When asked about this habit, Blood said, "I do it to establish a mental link with my cows before playing. My strength comes from them."

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