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1973-1974 Cuban National League

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The 1973-1974 season was the thirteenth season of Cuba's national baseball system.

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[edit] Serie Nacional

The 13th Serie Nacional was won by La Habana, who ended the season five games ahead of Constructores. The team's second championship was under manager by Jorge Trigoura

La Habana's staff was led by Oscar Martínez, who went 11 – 2. The Azucareros' Antonio Muñoz emerged as a legitimate power threat, hitting 19 home runs; tying Agustín Marquetti for the second most in league history (at the time). Muñoz also leads the league in runs scored, runs batted in, and walks. Juan Pérez Pérez pitches his second no-hitter in as many seasons on April 25 for Camagüey.

[edit] Standings

Bold indicates Serie Nacional champion
Team G W L T WPCT GB
La Habana 78 52 26 0 0.667 -.-
Constructores 78 47 31 0 0.603 5.0
Azucareros 78 46 32 0 0.590 6.0
Granjeros 78 44 34 0 0.564 8.0
Serranos 78 42 35 1 0.545 9.5
Camagüey 77 41 35 1 0.539 10.0
Industriales 78 39 39 0 0.500 13.0
Oriente 78 39 39 0 0.500 13.0
Vegueros 78 39 39 0 0.500 13.0
Pinar del Río 78 39 39 0 0.500 13.0
Las Villas 78 32 46 0 0.410 20.0
Matanzas 77 28 49 0 0.364 23.5
Henequeneros 78 28 50 0 0.359 24.0
Mineros 78 28 50 0 0.359 24.0

[edit] Leaders

Bold indicates either wooden bat record or aluminum bat record (1976-1977 to 1998-1999), Italics indicate Serie Nacional record

[edit] Batting

Stat Leader Team Number Notes
Batting Average Rigoberto Rosique Henequeneros .347 76 hits in 219 at-bats
Runs Scored Antonio Muñoz Azucareros 54
Base Hits Lázaro Cabrera Pinar del Río 99
Doubles Eusebio Cruz Camagüey 17
Triples Sandalio Hernández Granjeros 9
Home Runs Antonio Muñoz Azucareros 19
Runs Batted In Antonio Muñoz Azucareros 68
Base-on-Balls Antonio Muñoz Azucareros 66
Intentional Base-on-Balls Antonio Muñoz Azucareros 15
Hit-by-Pitch Agustín Marquetti Constructores 12
Strikeouts Pedro Peñalver Constructores 75
Sacrifice Hit Julio Romero Vegueros 10
Sacrifice Fly Agustín Marquetti Constructores 7
Stolen Bases Reinaldo Linares Constructores 18

[edit] Pitching

Stat Leader Team Number Notes
Wins Braudilio Vinent
Rafael Castillo
Serranos
Serranos
14
Win-Loss Percentage Óscar Martínez La Habana 0.846 11 - 2
Earned Run Average Juan Pérez Pérez Camagüey 1.13 19 ER in 151.1 IP
Innings Pitched Braudilio Vinent Serranos 191.2
Games Pitched Elpidio Páez Industriales 36
Games Started Óscar Romero
Orlando Figueredo
Granjeros
Oriente
25
Games Relieved Elpidio Páez Industriales 35
Complete Games Braudilio Vinent
Alfredo García
Serranos
Henequeneros
16
Shutouts Jesús Guerra
Omar Carrero
Óscar Romero
Vegueros
Camagüey
Granjeros
6
Hits Allowed Orlando Figueredo Oriente 166
Strikeouts Julio Romero Vegueros 160
Base-on-Balls Julio Romero
Orlando Figueredo
Vegueros
Oriente
69
Intentional Base-on-Balls Omar Carrero Camagüey 17
Hit Batters Jesús Guerra
Omar Carrero
Vegueros
Camagüey
12

[edit] Award Winners

The Most Valuable Player (Jugadores más Valiosos) was Antonio Muñoz a first baseman with Azucareros. The Most Valuable Pitcher (Lanzadores más Valiosos) was Juan Pérez Pérez of Camagüey. Pedro José Rodríguez Sr. of Azucareros was the Series' Rookie of the Year (Novatos del Año).

[edit] All-Star Series

The sixth All-Star Series featured two teams playing a 6-game series. Habana, managed by Jorge Trigoura, defeated Selección, 4 to 2.

[edit] Leaders

[edit] Batting

[edit] Pitching

[edit] Sources

Cuban National League Seasons
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