Why are they called the Albuquerque Isotopes?

Name origins The team’s name recalls the fictional ‘Springfield Isotopes’ from the long-running TV series The Simpsons, first appearing in the Season 2 episode “Dancin’ Homer” (aired in 1990) in which the main character Homer Simpson temporarily becomes his local baseball team’s mascot.

Who did the Springfield Isotopes play?

The Isotopes name is most likely in reference to Springfield’s nuclear power plant. Homer Simpson was the Isotopes mascot for a brief period, taking over from the Capital City Goofball, before being fired. The Team Cap Players include Flash Baylor, Fishbone Walker, Smash Diggins, Buck Mitchell and Babe Ruth IV.

What league are the Albuquerque Isotopes in?

Pacific Coast League
Albuquerque Isotopes/Leagues

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – When the minor league baseball season starts the Albuquerque Isotopes will be competing in the 10 teams Triple-A West Division; Gone is the 16 team Pacific Coast League.

Did Isotopes win last night?

The Albuquerque Isotopes on Thursday night won their sixth game in a row and were 10-2 in July. “They just have to step in a new role immediately,” Isotope manager Warren Schaeffer said of the rest of the roster when four guys get called up at once – something he made sure to say had no major impact on Friday’s game.

Where are the isotopes from?

What are isotopes? The isotopes of an element are all the atoms that have in their nucleus the number of protons (atomic number) corresponding to the chemical behavior of that element. However, the isotopes of a single element vary in the number of neutrons in their nuclei.

Is Shelbyville better than Springfield?

Shelbyville beat out Springfield in the bid for the Olympics, after Springfield’s chances for earning it were spoiled by ethnocentric comedy by Bart Simpson. Springfield’s little league baseball team, the Iso-Tots, was once beaten in a championship by Shelbyville’s team.

Do isotopes have the same atomic mass?

Isotopes are atoms with different atomic masses which have the same atomic number. The atoms of different isotopes are atoms of the same chemical element; they differ in the number of neutrons in the nucleus.