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The Monterrey Sultans were known as the Monterrey Industrials until 1950. The team had won four titles in the 8 years before the name change - afterwards they went into an 11-year drought before winning the Mexican League championship in '62. They would also capture the total in '91, '95 and '96, taking 46 years as the Sultans to match what they had accomplished in 8 years as the Industrials. The name was also used by a team in the 1972 Mexican Center League.

[edit] Year-by-Year Record

Year Record Finish Manager Playoffs Notes
1950 47-37 3rd Lazaro Salazar
1951 46-38 2nd Lazaro Salazar / Daniel Rios
1952 36-54 6th Lazaro Salazar none
1953 40-35 2nd Lazaro Salazar none
1954 41-38 3rd Lazaro Salazar none
1955 46-54 5th Epitacio Torres
1956 51-69 5th Epitacio Torres none
1957 60-60 4th Reggie Otero Lost in 1st round
1958 56-64 4th Reggie Otero / Ray Garza none
1959 70-74 4th Ray Garza Lost in 1st round
1960 66-79 5th Manuel Arroyo none
1961 59-73 4th Bert Haas none
1962 77-53 1st Clemente Carrera none League Champs
1963 70-62 3rd Clemente Carrera none
1964 66-74 6th Clemente Carrera none
1965 68-72 4th Vinicio Garcia none
1966 79-61 1st Wilfredo Calvino
1967 60-80 7th Wilfredo Calvino none
1968 58-82 8th Willie Miranda none
1969 88-66 2nd Jaime Corella / Arturo "Pajaro" Narvaez / Rodolfo Alvarado / Manuel Magallon none
1970 67-81 8th Vinicio Garcia / Rodolfo Alvarado
1971 83-63 2nd Manuel Magallon
1972 53-82 14th Manuel Magallon / Rodolfo Alvarado Mexican League
36-26 3rd Arturo "Pajaro" Narvaez Mexican Center League
1973 66-68 10th Miguel Sotelo
1974 65-72 9th (t) Miguel Sotelo Lost in 1st round
1975 64-73 11th Miguel Sotelo Lost in 2nd round
1976 59-75 13th Miguel Sotelo / Jesus Valtier
1977 74-77 10th Marte de Alejandro Lost in 1st round
1978 80-73 7th Marte de Alejandro Lost in 1st round
1979 66-67 8th Marte de Alejandro Lost in 1st round
1980 37-56 17th Hector Valle none (Player strike)
1981 59-69 12th Hector Valle / Marcelo Juarez
1982 48-81 14th Gregorio Luque
1983 50-67 14th Mario Pelaez
1984 56-60 11th Mario Pelaez
1985 60-69 14th Jose Guerrero / Aurelio Rodriguez
1986 72-56 4th Vinicio Garcia / Miguel Sotelo Lost League Finals
1987 67-58 5th Manuel Magallon / Roberto Castellon Lost in 1st round
1988 62-69 7th Lee Sigman / Derek Bryant Lost in 2nd round
1989 67-65 8th Miguel Sotelo / Leobardo Figueroa Lost in 1st round
1990 70-62 6th Leobardo Figueroa / Aurelio Rodriguez Lost in 1st round
1991 82-38 1st Aurelio Rodriguez League Champs
1992 65-68 11th Aurelio Rodriguez / Carlos Paz
1993 75-55 4th Jose Guerrero Lost in 2nd round
1994 79-51 2nd Jose Guerrero / Alex Trevino Lost League Finals
1995 65-49 3rd Joel Serna / Derek Bryant League Champs
1996 82-33 1st Derek Bryant League Champs
1997 65-56 5th (t) Derek Bryant Lost in 1st round
1998 80-39 1st Derek Bryant Lost in 2nd round
1999 64-54 5th Juan Francisco Rodríguez Lost in 1st round
2000 59-63 9th Joe Almaraz / Juan Francisco Rodríguez Lost in 2nd round
2001 68-53 5th (t) Derek Bryant Lost in 2nd round
2002 60-49 6th Derek Bryant / Dan Firova
2003 66-43 3rd Dan Firova Lost in 2nd round
2004 56-41 4th Dan Firova Lost in 2nd round
2005 56-50 7th Hector Torres / Leo Rodriguez / Bernie Tatis Lost in 2nd round
2006 79-30 1st Bernardo Tatis Lost League Finals
2007 69-38 1st Felix Fermin League Champs
2008 64-46 6th Felix Fermin Lost League Finals
2009 51-56 10th (t) Felix Fermin
2010 58-48 5th Felix Fermin Lost in 2nd round
2011 54-49 5th (t) Enrique Reyes Lost in 2nd round
2012 67-45 3rd Lino Rivera
2013 62-50 5th


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