Mario Sunshines

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This article is about the team "Mario Sunshines". For information about other uses, see Super Mario Sunshine.
The team emblem logo for the Mario Sunshines.

Mario Sunshines is Mario's Baseball Team in Mario Superstar Baseball. Mario Sunshines also has numerous other names, including Mario Fireballs, Mario Heroes, and Mario All-Stars. When the Sub-Captain, Luigi, heads the team, it is called Luigi Gentlemen, Luigi Vacuums, Luigi Mansioneers, or Luigi Leapers. Although the team can consist of any character the player wants during Exhibition Game, the Team Members are set at the beginning of Challenge Mode. Mario Heroes' stadium is the Mario Stadium, which is where most of the Baseball Games are held in the Mario series.


Mario Superstar Baseball[edit]

Team Members[edit]

Surprisingly, Monty Mole, one of Mario's most persistent enemies, is on his team. Monty Mole is also the unlockable of the team. Once Challenge Mode is beaten as the Mario Sunshines, Monty Mole will be unlocked.

Team Logos/Marks[edit]

Mario Super Sluggers[edit]


In Mario Super Sluggers, the team is now called Mario Fireballs also known as Luigi Knights when Luigi heads the team and it consists of the original nine teammates, with some new additions as well. The team is mostly composed of characters who live at Isle Delfino. However, it is also composed of the Mario Bros. and the Baby Mario Bros.. Most of the team shares good chemistry with Mario, but some of the teammates also operate well with other teams, such as the Peach Monarchs (Pianta, Noki), Yoshi Eggs (Baby Mario, Baby Luigi), and Wario Muscles (Monty Mole, Blooper). In Challenge Mode, all Mario Fireball members are found in Mario Stadium, and upon finding all 12 teammates, the player will be able to play against the Mario Fireballs in a game at Mario Stadium.

New Members[edit]

Teammate Gallery[edit]

Team Names[edit]

  • The Mario Sunshines references Super Mario Sunshine, as well as that most of the teammates are natives of Isle Delfino.
  • The Mario Fireballs references the Fireball, one of Mario's signature magic attacks.
  • The Mario Heroes references Mario being the main hero of the series.
  • The Mario All-Stars comes from Super Mario All-Stars.
  • The Luigi Gentlemen is derived from Mario and Luigi acting like gentlemen and being kind, friendly heroes.
  • The Luigi Vacuums comes from the Poltergust 3000, a vacuum used to suck up ghosts.
  • The Luigi Mansioneers is derived from Luigi's Mansion, which includes Bowser due to being in King Boo's painting.
  • The Luigi Leapers comes from Luigi's high jumping ability.
  • The Luigi Knights is derived from Mario and Luigi saving Peach, similarly to knights.

Names in Other Languages[edit]

Mario Sunshines[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese マリオサンシャインズ
Mario Sanshainzu
Mario Sunshines

Mario Fireballs[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese マリオファイアボールズ
Mario Faiabōruzu
Mario Fireballs

Mario Heroes[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese マリオヒーローズ
Mario Hīrōzu
Mario Heroes

Mario All-Stars[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese マリオオールスターズ
Mario Ōrusutāzu
Mario All-Stars

Luigi Vacuums[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ルイージハーモニーズ
Ruīji Hāmonīzu
Luigi Harmonies

Luigi Gentlemen[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ルイージジェントルメン
Ruīji Jentorumen
Luigi Gentlemen