Chernobyl MUTANTS
"Three Mile Island Ain't Got Nothin' On Us"
Established 2001

Stadium: Reactor 2
Model: Olympic Stadium
Climate: San Francisco, CA
Colors: Orange, Yellow

Uniforms:
- Home
- Road
- Special

Owner: Doug Schamltz
Manager: Radioactive Man

Minor League Affiliates:
- Kiev Cossacks (AAA)
- Bucharest Bulls (LOW)

Chernobyl Mutants Franchise Timeline

April 7, 1997: First game in franchise history.

January 1, 1999: After just two seasons, the Tokyo Monsters are moved to Hiroshima. In a moment of politically incorrect genius, they are renamed the H-Bombs.

November 3, 1999: Cloyd Brouthers is named Inferno League Rookie of the Year.

January 1, 2000: Management cannot figure out why the people of Hiroshima don't want to root for a team named after atomic weapons. They reach an agreement to move the team back to Tokyo and rename the team the Terrorists.

January 1, 2001: Low attendance plagues the team once again. Management can't comprehend why the citizens of a city whose subway system was the target of a sarin gas attack a few years earlier will not rally around their Terrorists. Deal is struck to relocate the team to the Ukraine and rename them the Chernobyl Mutants.

2020 Playoffs: In the franchise's twentieth season in Chernobyl the team finally wins it's first Polanski Division title. In the ILCS they bolt out of the gate to take a three games to none lead over the New York Nukes, but they can't put the final nail in the coffin as the Nukes storm back to win in seven games.

November 6, 2020: Buddy Tyler is named MVP of the Inferno League.



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