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Ballpark Parque Francisco I. Madero

Saltillo, Coahuila has had a team in the Mexican League since 1970, but the Saraperos only won a pennant once, in 1980 until they took titles in 2009 and 2010. Minor league baseball historians Bill Weiss and Marshall Wright rank the '79 Saltillo team (95-40 in the regular season) as the greatest in the Mexican League in the 20th century (during its time as a minor league). Andres Mora was a key leader of both the '79 and '80 teams. Prior to '70, the Saraperos name was used by clubs in the Central Mexican League in 1956-57 and Mexican Center League (1967-1969).

[edit] Year-by-Year Record

Year Record Finish Manager Playoffs Notes
1956 58-41 1st Agustín Bejerano none League Champs
1957 55-45 2nd Domingo Santana / Jose Luis St. Claire / Gustavo Bello none
1967 83-55 2nd Jesus Robles / Hector Rodriguez none
1968 81-44 1st Hector Rodriguez none League Champs
1969 53-72 6th Pedro Gonzalez
1970 67-83 9th Tomas Herrera / Andres Tanaka
1971 86-59 1st Tomas Herrera / Andres Tanaka Lost League Finals
1972 89-51 1st Tomas Herrera Lost League Finals
1973 86-45 1st Andres Tanaka Lost League Finals
1974 83-53 2nd Andres Tanaka Lost in 2nd round
1975 81-55 2nd David Garcia Lost in 1st round
1976 72-61 6th Enrique Izquierdo / Gregorio Luque
1977 84-67 4th Gregorio Luque Lost in 2nd round
1978 88-64 3rd Gregorio Luque Lost in 2nd round
1979 95-40 1st Gregorio Luque Lost in 2nd round
1980 52-47 7th Gregorio Luque none season ended by player strike
28-11 1st Gregorio Luque none League Champs supplemental season
1981 72-52 5th Gregorio Luque Lost in 1st round
1982 70-58 6th Marcelo Juarez / Francisco Perez / Gerardo Gutierrez Lost in 2nd round
1983 60-58 8th Cesar Gutierrez / Juan Navarette Lost 1 game playoff
1984 58-58 9th Moises Camacho / Juan Navarette Lost in 1st round
1985 64-65 10th Roger Freed / Juan Navarette
1986 52-78 15th Juan Navarette / Javier Espinoza / Victor Favela
1987 41-81 16th Victor Favela / Felipe Leal
1988 59-68 10th Victor Favela / Sergio Robles / Jose Pena Lost League Finals
1989 70-59 5th Marcelo Juarez / Jose Pena Lost in 2nd round
1990 64-68 10th Aurelio Monteagudo / Marcelo Juarez
1991 55-68 11th Juan Navarette
1992 69-64 8th Juan Navarette / Alfredo Rios Lost in 1st round
1993 51-80 16th Aurelio Rodriguez / Alfredo Rios
1994 76-53 3rd Roberto Castellon Lost in 2nd round
1995 63-53 5th Roberto Castellon Lost in 1st round
1996 41-70 16th Roberto Castellon / Miguel Solis
1997 55-64 9th (t)
1998 50-69 13th Marcelo Juarez / Fernando Elizondo
1999 74-45 3rd Houston Jimenez Lost in 2nd round
2000 77-42 1st Houston Jimenez Lost in 1st round
2001 68-52 4th Houston Jimenez Lost in 1st round
2002 66-43 2nd Tim Johnson Lost in 1st round
2003 62-45 4th Raul Cano / Fernando Elizondo Lost in 1st round
2004 63-34 1st (t) Derek Bryant Lost League Finals
2005 63-47 3rd Derek Bryant Lost League Finals
2006 62-45 5th Derek Bryant Lost in 2nd round
2007 68-40 3rd Derek Bryant Lost in 2nd round
2008 66-42 3rd Juan José Pacho Lost in 1st round
2009 59-48 5th Orlando Sanchez League Champs
2010 55-49 8th Orlando Sanchez League Champs
2011 44-60 13th Orlando Sanchez (35-50) / Noe Munoz (9-10)
2012 59-50 5th (t) Derek Bryant
2013 63-50 4th

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1979 Saltillo Saraperos

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