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The Reynosa Broncos were members of the Mexican League from 1963 to 1971, before becoming the Bravos de Reynosa from 1972 to 1976. They briefly were back from 1980 to 1982, then returned once more from 1995 through 2003. They won their only Liga pennant in 1969 - no one on the team hit double-digit homers or drove in more than 62 runs, but the team boasted great pitching marks - Salvador Sanchez was 22-12 with a 1.84 ERA, Jose Pena 11-5 with a 1.35 ERA, Israel Buentello 11-4 with a 2.45 ERA and Alejo Ahumada 12-4 with a 2.07 ERA.

In 2009, they once again joined the liga, replacing the Tijuana Colts.

[edit] Year-by-Year Record

Year Record Finish Manager Playoffs Notes
1963 53-79 7th Ray Garza none
1964 61-79 7th Ray Garza / Santos Amaro none
1965 64-75 7th Alberto Palafox none
1966 52-87 8th Alberto Palafox / John Schaive / Carlos Ramirez / Dan Bankhead
1967 80-60 2nd Luis Arroyo none
1968 69-71 5th Luis Arroyo none
1969 91-63 1st Miguel Sotelo none League Champs
1970 76-72 4th Miguel Sotelo
1971 47-100 12th Ronnie Camacho
1980 52-46 6th Winston Llenas none season cancelled due to player strike
14-22 5th Winston Llenas none supplemental season
1981 62-64 11th Benjamin Valenzuela Lost League Finals
1982 70-61 7th Benjamin Valenzuela Lost in 1st round
1995 73-40 2nd Aurelio Rodriguez Lost in 2nd round
1996 56-56 8th (t) Aurelio Rodriguez / Leo Clayton & Raul Montoya & Antonio Pollorena
1997 60-57 8th Lost in 1st round
1998 51-69 12th Leonardo Clayton
1999 42-75 16th Leonardo Clayton / Jose Guerrero
2000 50-69 15th Lupe Salinas / Raul Cano
2001 69-53 3rd Raul Cano Lost in 1st round
2002 43-67 14th Raul Cano
2003 43-63 14th Chico Rodríguez
2009 58-47 6th Homar Rojas Lost in 1st round
2010 56-51 7th Homar Rojas
2011 57-47 4th Homar Rojas Lost in 1st round
2012 44-68 15th Homar Rojas
2013 53-60 12th


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