Broncos de Reynosa
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|Broncos de Reynosa|
|League||Liga Mexicana de Béisbol (North Zone)|
|Location||Reynosa, Tamaulipas, Mexico|
|Ballpark||Adolfo Lopez Mateos stadium|
The Broncos de Reynosa played in the Liga Mexicana de Beisbol and it was part of the Zona Norte division.
The Broncos returned to Reynosa's Stadium Adolfo Lopez Mateos in March 2009 through the efforts of Mayor Oscar Luebbeert. Major improvements to the stadium were madea to attract fans. The stadium went into some major improvements that include converting the stadium into a big skeleton in order to renew installations, new parking section, new WC areas, new box seats. There was a change of team colors moving from the traditional orange to a new green.
Broncos de Reynosa won the Championship of The Liga Mexicana de Beisbol in 1969, defeating the Sultanes de Monterrey.
The Broncos franchise has been transferred to the Bravos de León twice, in 1982 and 2016.
- Broncos de Reynosa Official Website (Spanish)
- Official Facebook (in Spanish)
- Official Twitter (in Spanish)
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