|League||American Association (2011-present) (South Division)|
|Colors||Gold, black, silver, white
The Laredo Lemurs are a professional baseball team based in Laredo, Texas that plays in the independent American Association since 2012. The team plays their home games at Uni-Trade Stadium in Laredo, replacing the Laredo Broncos of United League Baseball.
The franchise was formerly based in Shreveport, Louisiana as the Shreveport-Bossier Captains. Following the 2011 season, the franchise was purchased by a new group of investors based in Laredo who announced that the team would move for the 2012 season.
In September 2013, the Lemurs Tano Tijerina, a former minor-league pitcher of team of the Milwaukee Brewers and the incoming Webb County County Judge, as the starting pitcher in the inaugural "Family Chevrolet Sister Cities Baseball Classic", presented by Tecate beer Uni-Trade Stadium. For the 2014 season the Laredo Lemurs have changed ownership with the new investors to be announced.
Laredo Lemurs roster
|Active (22-man) roster||Coaches/Other|
|Laredo Lemurs |
|Season||W - L Record||Winning Percentage||Finish||Playoffs|
|2012||54-46||.540||1st in South Division||Lost first round to Wichita Wingnuts 0-3|
|2013||52-47||.525||2nd in South Division||Did not qualify for playoffs|
|2014||58-42||.580||2nd in South Division||Lost to Wichita Wingnuts 1-3|
- AAIPB: Laredo Lemurs profile
- Ballpark Digest: Shreveport Bossier Captains moving to Laredo
- "Tano Tijerina to Pitch in First Sister Cities Classic, September 18, 2013". oursportscentral.com. Retrieved April 27, 2014.
- Zach Davis, "Lemurs add local: Laredo's Tano Tijerina to pitch against Tecos", Laredo Morning Times, September 19, 2013, p. B1