Mayos de Navojoa

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Mayos de Navojoa
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Information
League Mexican Pacific League
Location Navojoa, Sonora
Ballpark Estadio Manuel "Ciclón" Echeverría
Year founded 1959
League championships 1979, 2000
Colors yellow, red, white
              
Ownership Promociones Deportivas del Mayo, S.A. de C.V[1]
Manager Willie Romero
General Manager Victor Cuevas Valenzuela
Website www.mayosbeisbol.com

The Mayos de Navojoa is a Mexican baseball team in the Liga Mexicana del Pacífico ("Mexican Pacific League").

They have been champions of the league twice. The first time was at the 1978–79 season, with Chuck Goggin (USA) as coach. The next time was in the 1999–2000 season, with Lorenzo Bundy (USA) as manager.

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Infielders[edit]

All Star Kevin Youkilis

Outfielders[edit]

Roster[edit]

Catchers

  • 05 Mexico Fernando Flores
  • 20 Mexico Carlos Mendívil
  • 40 Mexico Omar Rentería

Pitchers

  • 13 Mexico Ozzie Méndez
  • 18 Mexico Raúl Carrillo
  • 22 Mexico Carlos Bustamante
  • 23 Mexico Jaime Lugo
  • 29 Mexico Isidro Márquez
  • 30 United States Zack Dodson
  • 32 United States Daniel Moskos
  • 34 United States Eddie Gamboa
  • 35 United States Tyler Kane
  • 36 Mexico Carlos Félix
  • 37 Mexico Jorge Ibarra
  • 38 Mexico Héctor Velázquez
  • 39 Mexico Esteban Haro
  • 46 Mexico Ruddy Acosta
  • 51 Mexico Edwin Salas
 

Infield

  • 02 Mexico Diego Madero
  • 04 Mexico Christian Zazueta
  • 10 Mexico Ángel Erro
  • 11 Mexico Paul León
  • 28 Venezuela Max Ramírez
  • 44 Mexico Jesús Castillo
  • 47 Puerto Rico Jovan Rosa

Outfield

  • 01 Mexico Alejandro González
  • 17 Mexico Alán Sánchez
  • 45 United States Quincy Latimore
  • 66 Cuba Randy Arozarena
 

Manager

  • 07 Venezuela Willie Romero

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