The Miami Dale are a Blaseball team in the Wild Low division of the Wild League. They joined that division during the postseason of Season 5, and were formerly part of the Chaotic Evil division of the Evil League. They have been a part of the Internet League since Season 1. Up until Season 6, the Dale were known as the Miami Dalé, but the accent was removed before Season 7.
- Don Elliott
- Raúl Leal
- Caleb Novak
- Cannonball Sports
- Randy Dennis
- Beck Whitney
- Avila Guzman
- Logan Horseman
- Jasmine Washington
Blessings and Trades
- Farrell Seagull (Season 4, Day 36; replaced by Avila Guzman)
- Francisca Sasquatch (Season 6, Day 18; replaced by Wyatt Owens)
- Hahn Fox (Season 6, Day 80; replaced by Beck Whitney)
- Jenna Maldonado (Season 2, Day 23)
- Aldon Anthony (Season 2, Day 88)
- Theodore Passon (Season 3, Day 6)
- Murray Pony (Season 7, Day 62)
The Dale were subjected to the Rigour Mortis blessing during the Season 3 Offseason.
In the Season 4 Election, the Dale won the Evil Wind Sprints blessing with 0% of the vote, improving the team's baserunning by 15%. The Alternate Reality decree also swapped Jasmine Washington and Rivers Clembons with alternate universe versions of themselves, thus altering their stats. Finally, the Dale were hit with Questioning Their Every Decision, which impaired the team vibes by 7%.
On Season 5, Day 74, the Dale were hit with reverb that shuffled several players. This resulted in Sixpack Santiago becoming a pitcher and Don Elliott becoming a batter. Raúl Leal and Murray Pony also switched places in the batting order. In the Season 5 Election, the High Filter decree moved the Dale to the Wild Low division of the newly created Wild League.
On Season 6, Day 18, the Dale were hit with Feedback that swapped pitcher Francisca Sasquatch with former Unlimited Tacos player Wyatt Owens. The Dale were hit with reverb twice during Season 6: on day 34, affecting their rotation, and on day 95, affecting their lineup. Both were considered a net positive, as they placed the team's worst pitcher and worst hitter at the end of the rotation and lineup, respectively. On Day 80, the Dale were hit with feedback that swapped Hahn Fox with Boston Flowers batter Beck Whitney.
In the Season 6 Election, the Dale received a unique status which deemed them The Life of the Party and provided them with a 10% bonus on improvements due to the passed Enhanced Pary Time decree. The Dale also benefited from the Boston Flowers receiving the Sharing Signs blessing, which improved their hitting by 10% and impaired their pitching by -5%, along with all of Wild Low. This was balanced by the Hellmouth Sunbeams winning the Move the Mounds Closer decree, which improved all of the Wild Low, including the Dale's, pitching by 10% and impaired their hitting by -5%. Together, these division-wide blessings resulted in a 5% increase to the entire team's hitting and pitching.
| COMMUNITY LORE|
The remainder of this article contains lore created collaboratively by the Blaseball community.
For a more in-depth look at the team, see Miami Dalé/History.
The Miami Dale are based in the City of Miami in an unspecified state. They are known for their party culture and expressing that they play "for the love of the game" whenever someone brings up their performance or record.
The Dale play their home games at Worldwide Field. This stadium is noted for its party-like atmosphere, with prominent DJs and rappers providing live entertainment, and the abundance of mirrored surfaces in its toilets. Worldwide Field is built directly on top of the Miami Beach convention center as part of a plan to elevate the entire city of Miami Beach in preparation for its future as a Venice-like flooded city. The stadium was a big hit, moving the Dalé's center of operations closer to its fanbase than its previous stadium in the former Toys "R" Us on US-1 across from Dadeland North Station. Worldwide Field is the site of the PyroDome, a prototype roof that can be safely and repeatedly set on fire (typically when song lyrics call for it).
The Dale share housing on a yacht named La Fiesta which they use to bring the party anywhere they go. In an effort to remain environmentally conscious, the yacht is fully operated through a combination of solar, hydrogen, and hype energy and is propelled forward through the use of the most sophisticated bass boosted speakers on the planet.
The Dale are a registered not-for-profit, tax-exempt organization jointly owned by their fans and the greater Miami community.
The Dale are legally owned by their fans and the Miami community, and are a registered not-for-profit, tax exempt organization.
- Manager: The manager of the Dale is Mr. Wide, although he has only ever been seen in silhouette form. Mr. Wide is the creator of, and only person with full knowledge of, The Playlist, a powerful performance-enhancing music mix.
- Hitting Coach: The Dale's hitting coach is superstar Little League coach and Brooklyn Trees lineup player Danny Marinara, formerly of Jersey City. Marinara is believed to be a top-level coach; however, his talents have so far not transferred to most of the Dale lineup, possibly because of his frequent absences. Marinara says he knows the place with the best crab cakes in Miami, but has refused to go on-record with his recommendation.
The mascot of the Miami Dale is Pitball, the physical embodiment of the Dale spirit of celebration and shades-wearing. Pitball is a playamancer with the power to summon a beach with the exact weather and conditions as Miami Beach anywhere in the world. They are also known for leading each game's 7th Inning Dance Off Foam Party brought to you by SparkleYum™ Edible Glitter.
Tres Leches, a 20 ft tall three headed pit bull who lives under the stands.
For a more in-depth look at Dale fan culture, see Miami Dalé/Fan_Culture.
Dale fans are known as la familia. Like the team's players, the fans are less concerned with the team's record than in having a great time together. All fans are shareholders of the team. Dale fans value each other and their team regardless of arbitrary definitions of "success," instead embracing each being's inherent worth. The team's chant, ¡Dale!, is used just as often to remind fellow fans of what's truly important after another season at the bottom of the Wild Low Clubhouse as it is to cheer on the players.
- Day assumed from circumstantial 3rd party media evidence and may be off by a few days.
- Timestamped tweet used for day estimation