Venados de Mazatlan

Venados de Mazatlan

Leagues Played
Mexic - CIBACOPA 208
Links
Website Wikipedia

Fixtures

Mexic - CIBACOPA 04/17 03:15 - Ostioneros de Guaymas vs Venados de Mazatlan - View

Results

Mexic - CIBACOPA 04/14 01:15 - Venados de Mazatlan v Halcones de Obregon W 65-48
Mexic - CIBACOPA 04/13 03:15 - Venados de Mazatlan v Halcones de Obregon W 93-89
Mexic - CIBACOPA 04/11 02:00 - Angeles CD Mexico v Venados de Mazatlan W 90-99
Mexic - CIBACOPA 04/10 02:00 - Angeles CD Mexico v Venados de Mazatlan L 87-68
Mexic - CIBACOPA 04/07 01:15 - Venados de Mazatlan v Ostioneros de Guaymas L 95-98
Mexic - CIBACOPA 04/06 03:15 - Venados de Mazatlan v Ostioneros de Guaymas W 92-71
Mexic - CIBACOPA 04/03 02:15 - Astros de Jalisco v Venados de Mazatlan L 102-78
Mexic - CIBACOPA 04/02 02:00 - Astros de Jalisco v Venados de Mazatlan L 88-78
Mexic - CIBACOPA 03/28 04:00 - Venados de Mazatlan v Frayles de Guasave W 95-86
Mexic - CIBACOPA 03/27 03:15 - Venados de Mazatlan v Frayles de Guasave W 97-92
Mexic - CIBACOPA 03/24 03:15 - Halcones de Obregon v Venados de Mazatlan W 88-103
Mexic - CIBACOPA 03/23 03:00 - Halcones de Obregon v Venados de Mazatlan L 100-86

Wikipedia - Venados de Mazatlán

Venados de Mazatlán (English: Mazatlán Deer) are a professional baseball team in the Mexican Pacific League based in Mazatlan, Sinaloa.

History

In February 1958, Venados participated in an international tournament, dubbed the Pan-American Series, against two other club champions: Vanytor of the Colombian League and Leones of the Nicaraguan League.

2004–05: Championship and Caribbean Series

In the 2004–2005 season, the Venados of Mazatlán won the Mexican Pacific League title for the seventh time. The Caribbean Series was held at Teodoro Mariscal Stadium in Mazatlán, and the Venados performed well out of the gate, winning twice against the Dominican Republic's Águilas Cibaeñas and Puerto Rico's Indios de Mayaguez.

The 2005 team had a star-studded lineup, including Miguel Ojeda, Elmer Dessens, Luis Ayala, Jorge Campillo, Vinny Castilla, Erubiel Durazo, Johnny Gomes, and Francisco Campos. The Venados beat Venezuela's Tigres de Aragua in their first head-to-head game, with Campos pitching a three-hit shutout.

Campos went on to pitch in the final against the Aguilas, pitching eight innings and giving up two runs and three hits for the victory in a 4-3 Venados win. The resulting Caribbean Series Championship was the first in club history.

2016: Second Caribbean series title

In 2016, the team won the Mexican Pacific League Championship and went on to win their second Caribbean Series, which was played in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.