Liga Norte de México

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Liga Norte de Mexico
Founded2012; 6 years ago (2012)
DirectorJosé Luis Rodríguez Escoto
No. of teams6
Country Mexico
ContinentNorth America
Most recent
Marineros de Ensenada
(2nd title)
Most titlesAlgodoneros de San Luis
Marineros de Ensenada
(2 titles each)
TV partner(s)AYM Sports
iTV Deportes
Latin American Sports

The Mexican Northern League (Spanish: Liga Norte de México or LNM) is a professional baseball league located in the Northwest of Mexico in the states of Sonora and Baja California. Formerly known as Liga Norte de Sonora from 1968–1969,[1] it acts as a feeder league for the Mexican League in the summer.


Current Liga Norte de México team locations
Team City Stadium Capacity Founded
Algodoneros de San Luis San Luis Río Colorado, Sonora Andrés Mena Montijo 2,500 1945
Freseros de San Quintín San Quintín, Baja California Dr. Miguel Valdez Salazar 2,200 2013
Indios de Tecate Tecate, Baja California Manuel Ceceña 4,000 2017
Marineros de Ensenada Ensenada, Baja California Deportivo Antonio Palacios 5,000 2010
Rojos de Caborca Caborca, Sonora Héroes de Caborca 5,000 1948
Tiburones de Puerto Peñasco Puerto Peñasco, Sonora Francisco León García 3,500 1974


Season Winner Runner-up Result
2012 Marineros de Ensenada Tiburones de Puerto Peñasco 4-2
2013 Algodoneros de San Luis Toros de Tijuana 4-3
2014 Algodoneros de San Luis Freseros de San Quintín 4-2
2015 Centinelas de Mexicali[2] Toritos de Tijuana 4-3
2016 Freseros de San Quintín Algodoneros de San Luis 4-3
2017 Marineros de Ensenada Algodoneros de San Luis 4-3

Liga Norte de México Championships by team[edit]

Rank Team Wins Years
 1 Algodoneros de San Luis     2 2013, 2014
2 Marineros de Ensenada     2 2012, 2017
3 Freseros de San Quintín     1 2016
4 Centinelas de Mexicali     1 2015

Defunct teams[edit]


  1. ^ Mexican Northern League (A) Encyclopedia and History. Baseball Reference. Retrieved on March 28, 2016.
  2. ^ "Centinelas son Campeones de la Liga Norte de México Temporada 2015". Sultanes de Monterrey. 22 August 2015.

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