Azules de Veracruz

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The Azules de Veracruz (Veracruz Blues) were a professional baseball team from Veracruz, Mexico that played in the Mexican League from 1941 to 1951. They won League pennants in 1940, 1941, 1944 and 1951, but were eventually shut down in favor of the other local team, the Águila de Veracruz.

Notable players[edit]

Year-by-Year Record[edit]

Year Record Finish Manager Playoffs Notes
1940 61-30 1st Martín Dihigo League Champions
1941 67-35 1st Lázaro Salazar League Champions
1942 39-46 6th Agustin Bejerano none
1943 39-51 5th Gustavo Buenrostro / Horacio Hernández none
1944 52-37 1st Rogers Hornsby / Ramón Bragaña League Champions
1945 42-48 5th Ramón Bragaña none
1946 41-57 7th Ramón Bragaña / Mickey Owen / Chile Gómez / Jorge Pasquel none
1947 52-67 6th Chile Gómez / Red Steiner none
1948 43-43 5th Dolf Luque none
1949 42-42 4th Salvador Hernández none
1950 34-50 7th Ramón Bragaña none
1951 49-35 1st Ángel Castro League Champions

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