Leones de Yucatán

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The Leones de Yucatán (English: Yucatán Lions) are a Triple-A Minor League Baseball team which plays in the Mexican League.wikipedia
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Parque Kukulcán Alamo

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Their home games are played at Parque Kukulcán Alamo (Kukulcán Park) in Mérida, Yucatán.
It is primarily used for baseball, and is the home field of the Leones de Yucatán (Yucatán Lions) Mexican League baseball team.

Mérida, Yucatán

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Their home games are played at Parque Kukulcán Alamo (Kukulcán Park) in Mérida, Yucatán.

Tecolotes de los Dos Laredos

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The Leones opened the season on April 17 at the newly built Carta Clara Park, hosting the previous season's champions, the Nuevo Laredo Owls, and earning an 8–0 victory.

Diablos Rojos del México

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Since they began play in the Mexican League in summer 1954, the Lions have had fierce rivalries, first with the Mexico City Diablos Rojos and the Mexico City Tigres, and then from 1980 with the Campeche Piratas.
In the 2006, the team won first place in the South, but were defeated by the Yucatán Lions in the seventh game of the first playoff series at home.

Mexican League

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The Leones de Yucatán (English: Yucatán Lions) are a Triple-A Minor League Baseball team which plays in the Mexican League.
The Acereros del Norte have played uninterrupted since 1982, the Olmecas de Tabasco since 1977, and the Leones de Yucatán since 1979.

Juan José Pacho

Juan Jose Pacho
For 19 seasons, he played for the Yucatan Lions, then in 1984 for the Red Devils of Mexico City, from 1985-2002 he came back to Yucatan team.

Ray Torres

Raymundo Torres
He spent most of his Mexican League career with the Leones de Yucatán.

Triple-A (baseball)

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The Leones de Yucatán (English: Yucatán Lions) are a Triple-A Minor League Baseball team which plays in the Mexican League.

Minor League Baseball

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The Leones de Yucatán (English: Yucatán Lions) are a Triple-A Minor League Baseball team which plays in the Mexican League.

Pericos de Puebla

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After the 1969 season, filmmaker Manuel Barbachano Yucatán Ponce, moved the Pericos de Puebla franchise to Mérida, renaming it the Leones.

Rojos del Águila de Veracruz

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In the opening game of the 1970 season on March 18 the Leones beat the Rojos del Águila de Veracruz, 4–1.

Villahermosa

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The franchise remained in Mérida for five seasons and then moved to Villahermosa, Tabasco, when Ariel "Picho" Magaña Carrillo purchased the team.

Cafeteros de Córdoba

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On March 16, 1979, the Leones officially returned to the Mexican League when they opened the season at the Cafeteros de Córdoba and lost 10–4.

Pitcher

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Rookie pitcher Fernando Valenzuela, who later became a star in Major League Baseball, played for the Leones in 1979.

Fernando Valenzuela

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Rookie pitcher Fernando Valenzuela, who later became a star in Major League Baseball, played for the Leones in 1979.

Major League Baseball

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Rookie pitcher Fernando Valenzuela, who later became a star in Major League Baseball, played for the Leones in 1979.

Win–loss record (pitching)

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Valenzuela had a win–loss record of 10–12 with an earned run average (ERA) of 2.42 and allowed only 70 walks while striking out 141 batters in 181 innings, catching the attention of the Los Angeles Dodgers with whom he would play from 1980 to 1990.

Earned run average

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Valenzuela had a win–loss record of 10–12 with an earned run average (ERA) of 2.42 and allowed only 70 walks while striking out 141 batters in 181 innings, catching the attention of the Los Angeles Dodgers with whom he would play from 1980 to 1990.

Base on balls

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Valenzuela had a win–loss record of 10–12 with an earned run average (ERA) of 2.42 and allowed only 70 walks while striking out 141 batters in 181 innings, catching the attention of the Los Angeles Dodgers with whom he would play from 1980 to 1990.

Strikeout

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Valenzuela had a win–loss record of 10–12 with an earned run average (ERA) of 2.42 and allowed only 70 walks while striking out 141 batters in 181 innings, catching the attention of the Los Angeles Dodgers with whom he would play from 1980 to 1990.

Inning

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Valenzuela had a win–loss record of 10–12 with an earned run average (ERA) of 2.42 and allowed only 70 walks while striking out 141 batters in 181 innings, catching the attention of the Los Angeles Dodgers with whom he would play from 1980 to 1990.

Los Angeles Dodgers

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Valenzuela had a win–loss record of 10–12 with an earned run average (ERA) of 2.42 and allowed only 70 walks while striking out 141 batters in 181 innings, catching the attention of the Los Angeles Dodgers with whom he would play from 1980 to 1990.

Tigres de Quintana Roo

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Since they began play in the Mexican League in summer 1954, the Lions have had fierce rivalries, first with the Mexico City Diablos Rojos and the Mexico City Tigres, and then from 1980 with the Campeche Piratas.

Piratas de Campeche

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Since they began play in the Mexican League in summer 1954, the Lions have had fierce rivalries, first with the Mexico City Diablos Rojos and the Mexico City Tigres, and then from 1980 with the Campeche Piratas.