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Members of the Mexican League since 1980, the team was formerly called the Coahuila Miners. They have never won a pennant.

Monclova's steel industry has the highest production of steel in Mexico. Monclova is known as the "Steel City," El Capital del Acero in Spanish. Source: Baseball Team Names, 1869-2012. McFarland Publishing (2012).

[edit] Year-by-Year Record

Year Record Finish Manager Playoffs
1980 36-61 20th Victor Favela none (Player strike)
1982 62-68 11th Felipe Hernandez
1983 49-69 15th Lee Sigman / Adolfo Cabrera
1984 39-76 16th Mario Mendoza / Servando Gonzalez / Vinicio Garcia
1985 64-62 8th Vinicio Garcia Lost in 1st round
1986 76-51 3rd Alfredo Rios Lost in 2nd round
1987 63-61 8th Alfredo Rios / Carlos Paz Lost in 2nd round
1988 47-84 16th Miguel Sotelo / Aurelio Monteagudo
1989 58-73 14th Alfredo Rios
1990 63-66 9th Gregorio Luque Lost in 1st round
1991 49-71 13th Gregorio Luque
1992 58-73 13th Jose Soto / Jaime Corella
1993 73-57 5th Joel Serna Lost in 1st round
1994 69-62 9th Joel Serna
1995 46-69 13th Gerardo Gutierrez / Ramon Montoya
1996 58-56 5th (t) Ramon Montoya / Marcelo Juarez Lost in 1st round
1997 65-56 5th (t) Lost in 1st round
1998 75-46 3rd Aurelio Rodriguez Lost League Finals
1999 71-46 4th Aurelio Rodriguez Lost in 2nd round
2000 58-63 10th Andres Mora / Domingo Rivera
2001 67-52 7th Bernie Tatis Lost in 2nd round
2002 56-54 8th Gerardo Sanchez Lost in 1st round
2003 49-59 11th (t) Derek Bryant
2004 39-60 15th Fernando Elizondo
2005 53-55 10th (t) Lino Rivera / Chico Rodríguez
2006 48-60 12th
2007 57-52 7th Lost in 1st round
2008 69-40 1st Chico Rodriguez Lost in 2nd round
2009 57-50 7th Chico Rodriguez
2010 53-52 10th Mario Mendoza / Gerardo Sanchez
2011 47-59 12th Gerardo Sanchez / Marco Antonio Davalillo
2012 57-56 9th Orlando Sanchez
2013 53-57 10th


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