Kansas City Breath Mints/Season 5

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In Season β5, the Kansas City Breath Mints finished 5th in the Good League, and 10th in the ILB. This was their first Season finishing with a positive record.

The Breath Mints won 1 blessing in the Election, improving team minimum vibes by 15%. As a result of the High Filter decree, the league was reshuffled, and the Breath Mints were placed in the Mild High division.


The starting roster of Season 5.

Lineup Rotation


Roster Changes

The Kansas City Breath Mints experienced no changes to their roster over the course of the season or postseason.

Notable Games

In Season 5, some of the notable Breath Mints games were:

  • On Day 99, the Breath Mints were eliminated from postseason contention via Divine Favor, losing the tiebreaker to the Dallas Steaks. (Watch here on Before)

Election Outcomes


  • Leagues were reshuffled due to the High Filter decree. The Breath Mints were placed into the Mild High Division.


Season Overview

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Lead by large beautiful horse and star pitcher Winnie Hess, the Mints ended Season β5 at 51-48, barely missing the playoffs, being tied at 4th in the Good League with the Dallas Steaks. As the Steaks were ahead of the Mints in Divine Favor, the Mints were left behind in Party Time as the Steaks advanced to playoffs. Nonetheless, the Mints ended the season with more than 50 wins for the first time.

The season had a lot of good games for the Mints, including a sweep of the New York Millennials, winning three games in a row on Day 46, 47, and 48, and a 8-0 game against the Chicago Firefighters on Day 93, scoring a whopping seven runs in the span of two minutes on the top of the 8th inning.