Alijadores de Tampico
The Alijadores were an excellent team and won titles in 1945 and 1946. However, they were not very profitable and did not play from 1949 through 1970. In 1971 the league reinstated the franchise, which played as the Estibadores de Tampico (Tampico Stevedores) during two seasons. Starting 1973, the team returned to its former name and won the championship title in 1975.
After 1979, Tampico was once again removed from the league. The franchise once again returned in 1983 and was renamed the Astros de Tampico for that season, playing again as the Alijadores in 1984. Since then, no other team based in Tampico has participated in Mexican professional baseball.
- 21 All-time Mexican League great Héctor Espino helped win a Mexican League championship for the Alijadores de Tampico in 1975.
|1943||41-48||4th||Willie Wells / Santos Amaro||none|
|1944||40-47||5th||Porfirio Martínez / Manuel Arroyo||none|
|1945||52-38||1st||Armando Marsans||none League Champs|
|1946||56-41||1st||Armando Marsans||none League Champs|
|1947||53-65||4th||Armando Marsans / Santos Amaro||none|
|1948||34-33||3rd||Chile Gómez||--||Folded in mid-season|
|1973||74-56||5th||Pedro González||Lost in 2nd round|
|1974||66-71||8th||Pancho Herrera||Lost in 1st round|
|1975||73-62||6th||Benny Valenzuela||League Champs|
|1976||66-68||8th||Benny Valenzuela / Ronnie Camacho|
|1977||57-97||15th||Clemente Carrera / Benny Valenzuela|
|1978||76-78||8th||Benny Valenzuela||Lost in 1st round|
|1979||79-75||15th||Felipe Leal / Carlos Trevino|
|1983||57-55||7th||Felipe Hernandez / Roberto Casellon|
|1985||66-64||9th||Gregorio Luque||Lost in 1st round|