Kansas City Breath Mints/Season 6

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In Season β6, the Kansas City Breath Mints finished 3rd in the Mild League, and 5th in the ILB.

This was the Breath Mints first Season qualifying for the postseason, seeding 3rd in the Mild League, where they lost 2-3 versus the Hades Tigers in the first round Division Series.

The Breath Mints won 2 blessings in the Election, organizing their lineup in order of idolatry, and improving team speed by 15%.


The starting roster of Season 6.

Lineup Rotation


Roster Changes

The Breath Mints experienced 1 blooddrain during Season 6:

The Breath Mints experienced 1 reverb during Season 6:

  • On Day 68, the Breath Mints experienced a rotation shuffle.
    • Previous Order: Leach Ingram, Oscar Vaughan, Winnie Hess, Atlas Guerra, PolkaDot Zavala
    • New Order: Leach Ingram, Atlas Guerra, PolkaDot Zavala, Winnie Hess, Oscar Vaughan

Notable Games

In Season 6, some of the notable Breath Mints games were:

  • On Day 14, Dickerson Morse performed the Breath Mints first gurgie. (Watch here on Before)
  • On Day 68, the Breath Mints experience their first Reverb. Notably, Leach Ingram’s position does not change. (Watch here on Before)

Election Outcomes

Season Overview

The remainder of this article contains lore created collaboratively by the Blaseball community.

Enraged by the Divine slight that kept them from the playoffs in the previous season, the team adopted the moniker The Death Mints for the first time. The momentum of their anger led the team to it's first post-season appearance, where they put up a respectable performance against the ferocious Hades Tigers, though ultimately losing the round 2-3.

During season 6 some fans began demanding a reorder of the Breath Mints batting lineup. They felt that Boyfriend Monreal needed even more opportunities to go on extensive walks and that Rodriguez Internet needed to be discouraged from his excessive base stealing attempts. General manager and team owner Max Betmint was initially skeptical. He quickly changed his mind though, when it was pointed out to him, that the invisible hand of the fandom would surely produce the best batting lineup, much as the invisible hand of the free market distributed goods and services in an optimal way. Hewitt Best wanted to protest against this argument on principal but was convinced to abstain from voicing their concerns out of solidarity with Boyfriend Monreal. The change in lineup order was approved at the end of season 6, with the blessing Headliners.