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1981 Ciudad Juarez Indios

1981 > Class AAA > 1981 Mexican League (Northwest)
Overall: 71-57
Scored 518 runs, Allowed 453 runs. Pythagorean W-L: 72-56

Affiliation: none or n/a
Manager: Zacatillo Guerrero
Represented: Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua, MX
Ballpark: n/a
Attendance: n/a
Other Years: 1980 / 1982

Team Roster

Bold indicates they played in the majors
Name Age B T Ht Wt DoB Birthplace
Jorge Alvarez 22 R R Dec 18, 1958 MX
Jorge Arrieta -- Unknown
Greg Biagini 29 R R 6' 2.0" 205 Mar 12, 1952 Chicago, IL, US
Manuel Bobadilla 23 R R Jul 21, 1957 Ciudad Obregon, Sonora, MX
Antonio Briones 28 R R Sep 27, 1952 Salaberna, Zacatecas, MX
Jeff Brueggemann 25 R R 6' 3.0" 205 Sep 12, 1955 Decatur, IL, US
Luis Davila 31 R R 6' 0.0" 159 1950
Manuel Delgado -- Unknown
Rodolfo Dimas 23 R May 16, 1958 Guasave, Sinaloa, MX
Jorge Enriquez -- R Unknown MX
Leo Figueroa 27 Oct 28, 1953
Rafael Garcia 32 R Dec 12, 1948 Los Angeles, CA, US
Porfirio Gutierrez 23 R Dec 21, 1957 San Pedro, Sinaloa, MX
Pedro Hernandez -- Unknown
Teddy Higuera 23 S L 5' 10.0" 178 Nov 9, 1957 Los Mochis, Sinaloa, MX
Salvador Holguin -- L Unknown MX
Art James 28 L L 6' 0.0" 170 Aug 2, 1952 Detroit, MI, US
Mike Kekich 36 R L 6' 1.0" 196 Apr 2, 1945 San Diego, CA, US
Luis Mendoza 24 R R 5' 11.0" 175 1957
Mark Nipp -- R R Unknown
Elpidio Osuna 39 R R 5' 7.0" 163 1942
Mike Paul 36 L L 6' 0.0" 175 Apr 18, 1945 Detroit, MI, US
Hilario Renteria 20 R Oct 21, 1960 Tecuala, Nayarit, MX
Humberto Robles -- Unknown
Arturo Rosales -- R R Unknown
Cesareo Salas -- Unknown
Guadalupe Valle -- Unknown
Abelardo Vega -- R R Unknown

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