Missouri City Czech baseball academy

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Location: Missouri City, TX (Southwest)

League: VI.6 - West

Owner: Vlade send message
          [since January 15th 2022 | last seen March 01st 2024]

Manager: Sean Robinson

Ballpark: Missouri City Stadium

Rank: #610 - Rating: 66.08

Fan Mood: 103.47

Prestige: 4

Color: Red & Blue

Team Notes:

• May 21 2063: Daniel Beneš was claimed off of waivers.
• Apr 10 2063: Joshua Cooke was released.
• Apr 10 2063: José Luis Prado was released.
• Jan 13 2063: Pieter Smits was selected to the national team of South Africa.
• Jan 13 2063: Pavel Smirnov was selected to the national team of Russia.
• Jan 13 2063: Francisco Pinto was selected to the national team of Portugal.
• Jan 13 2063: Afonso Gomes was selected to the national team of Portugal.
• Jan 13 2063: Ariel Ochion was selected to the national team of Israel.
• Jan 13 2063: Halldór Ásgeirson was selected to the national team of Iceland.
• Jan 13 2063: Gábor Horváth was selected to the national team of Hungary.

League Record:

Wins: 39     Losses: 46     Pct: .459     Last10: 7-3     Streak: W1

Ave: 5.8 - 6.5     RS: 495     RA: 552     DIFF: -57         Power Index: 91.4


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Press Releases:

Mar 06 2056: Czech baseball academy is a reality - by Vlade on August 1st, 2022


From Oakland to Missouri City, from Nationals to Czech baseball academy. Another step for keeping the WC streak for our colors.

For strengthening our position from an economic and fan base point of view, We moved to Missouri City to attach more support from Czech Texas.

This move is something we plan from the beginning so it's great it turns into reality.

Apr 14 2054: Are We finished? - by Vlade on March 13th, 2022

The question which comes to mind after this year of World Classic. After the takeover, We have two goals, make the World Classic and make it to the second rounds. It was a ten-year plan and We did it all just in one.

So what now? Repeat and improve, of course! In the history our results are:

2025 World Classic - 1st round
2026 World Classic - 1st round
2030 World Classic - 1st round
2031 World Classic - 1st round
2032 World Classic - 1st round
2034 World Classic - 1st round
2035 World Classic - 1st round
2036 World Classic - 1st round
2037 World Classic - 1st round
2038 World Classic - 1st round

After the first season of this team:
2054 World Classic - 2nd round

So the goal right now is to monitor the drafted players, give a chance to guys who would be jobless, and see if We can show our colors again next season. It will be difficult because a lot of crucial players will be retiring soon but We choose to do this not because it's easy, but because it is hard because that goal will serve to organize and measure the best of our energies and skills, because that challenge is one that we are willing to accept, one we are unwilling to postpone, and one which we intend to win.

Jul 02 2053: Czech consortium takes over the club - by Vlade on January 16th, 2022


The club was acquired by a Czech consortium that includes groups from Nebraska, Texas, and even from the Czech Republic itself. New colors (blue and red), the new name of the team (Nationals), and also for the stadium (Oakland Center).

At the press conference, new owners -represented by new club president Vlade - presented new goals for the club: "We're here to improve the position of the Czech national team and provide more players to it. Our goal is to see a national team with a full roster next season, in five seasons We want Czech NT to play World classic and in ten seasons make it from the first round." So now We know that this road will be something different. It already started. Just this weekend, the Nationals sign 21 new players, all of Czech nationality.

And this is not the end at all. From the inside sources, We know about the debate to move the club to Texas. Maybe that could have something to do with another change, new manager Sean Robinson who's from Texas.