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1980 Campeche Alacranes

1980 > Class AAA > 1980 Mexican League (Southeast)
Overall: 45-43
Scored 299 runs, Allowed 318 runs. Pythagorean W-L: 42-46

Affiliation: none or n/a
Manager: Jerry Hairston and Alfonso Pena
Represented: Campeche, Campeche, MX
Ballpark: n/a
Attendance: n/a
Other Years: 1981

Team Roster

Bold indicates they played in the majors
Name Age B T Ht Wt DoB Birthplace
Martin Arzate 20 R R Jan 16, 1960 La Barca, Jalisco, MX
Fernando Castillo -- Unknown
Florentino Duarte 23 R Dec 5, 1956 Hermosillo, Sonora, MX
Julio Esparza -- Unknown
Ernesto Espinoza -- Unknown
Leonardo Guillermo -- Unknown
Guillermo Gutierrez 25 L L 5' 9.0" 136 Aug 6, 1954 Guadalajara, Jalisco, MX
Horacio Guzman -- Unknown
Luis Guzman -- R Unknown MX
Ramon Guzman 27 R Oct 6, 1952 Ciudad Obregon, Sonora, MX
Jerry Hairston 28 S R 5' 10.0" 170 Feb 16, 1952 Birmingham, AL, US
Jose Hernandez -- Unknown
Ricardo Herrera -- Unknown
Art James 27 L L 6' 0.0" 170 Aug 2, 1952 Detroit, MI, US
Max Leon 30 R R 5' 10.0" 145 Feb 4, 1950 Acula, Veracruz, MX
Jose Marin -- Unknown
Roberto Mendez 35 R R 5' 5.0" 145 1945
Adan Munoz 31 R R 5' 11.0" 164 Oct 20, 1948 Veracruz, Veracruz, MX
Julio Ochoa 26 R Jul 17, 1953 Los Corazones, Oaxaca, MX
Jose Quintero -- Unknown
Carlos Rios -- Unknown
Mario Rodriguez 22 R May 26, 1958 Guaymas, Sonora, MX
Olegario Rojas -- Unknown
Porfirio Ruiz 31 R R 5' 11.0" 156 Sep 17, 1948 Teocelo, MX
Pat Scanlon 27 L R 6' 0.0" 180 Sep 23, 1952 Minneapolis, MN, US
Ignacio Valencia -- R Unknown MX
Roman Velarde -- Unknown
Earl Williams 31 R R 6' 3.0" 215 Jul 14, 1948 Newark, NJ, US

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