Bravos de León

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Team History[edit]

The Bravos de León were members of the Mexican Center League in 1967, 1971 and 1975. They then joined the Mexican League and played there in 1979, 1980 and 1983 through 1991. They won their only title in 1990 led by the hitting of Willie Aikens and the pitching of Jaime Orozco. After the 2016 season ended the Broncos de Reynosa moved to León, Guanajuato taking on the Bravos name.

Year-by-Year Record[edit]

Year Record Finish Manager Playoffs
1967 84-55 1st Mario Ariosa League Champs
1971 20-50 8th Guillermo Frayde
1975 28-39 6th Minnie Minoso
1979 52-82 19th Benny Valenzuela / Eusebio Elizalde
1980 43-53 14th Mario Saldana
1983 55-61 10th Domingo Rivera / Benny Valenzuela
1984 53-61 13th Marcelo Juarez / Benny Valenzuela
1985 60-67 12th Benny Valenzuela
1986 51-75 14th Jack Pierce
1987 65-56 4th Obed Plascencia Lost in 1st round
1988 68-63 6th Obed Plascencia / Javier Espinoza / Agustin Enriquez / Manuel Magallon
1989 73-57 3rd Frank Estrada Lost in 1st round
1990 74-57 5th Frank Estrada League Champs
1991 73-45 3rd Frank Estrada Lost in 2nd round
2017 45-60 11th Frank Estrada / Luis Carlos Rivera Lost in 1st round
2018-1 27-29 8th Luis Carlos Rivera Lost in 1st round
2018-2 26-28 8th Luis Carlos Rivera Lost wild card
2019 47-70 12th Tony Aguilera / Luis Carlos Rivera