Tomateros de Culiacán

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Tomateros de Culiacan
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Information
LeagueMexican Pacific League
LocationCuliacan, Sinaloa
BallparkEstadio General Ángel Flores (1965–2015) Estadio Tomateros (2015-present)
Year founded1970
League championships(11) 1966–67, 1969–70, 1977–78, 1982–83, 1984–85, 1995–96, 1996–97, 2001–02, 2003–04, 2014-2015, 2017-2018
Caribbean Series championships(2) 1996, 2002
ColorsMaroon, white
         
OwnershipHéctor Ley López
ManagerÓscar Robles
General ManagerMario Valdez
Websitewww.tomateros.com.mx

The Tomateros de Culiacán (English: Culiacán Tomato Growers) are a baseball team in the Mexican Pacific League. Based in Culiacán, the Tomateros have won eleven domestic titles and two Caribbean World Series, in 1996 and in 2002. The team was founded in 1965 as part of the Sonora-Sinaloa League.

2001–2002 season[edit]

The 2001–2002 season was a gold year not only for the Tomateros, but also for México, as they conquered the 2002 Caribbean Series held at Caracas, Venezuela with big leaguers as Rodrigo López, Oliver Perez, Luis Ayala, José Silva and Benji Gil, as well as with Adán Amezcua, who earned Series MVP honors.

Roster[edit]

Tomateros de Culiacán roster
Players Coaches

Pitchers

  • 17 Mexico Édgar Arredondo
  • 51 Panama Alberto Baldonado
  • 50 Mexico Manny Barreda
  • 38 Mexico Jesús Adrián Castillo
  • 67 United States Casey Coleman
  • 54 Mexico Édgar González
  • 52 Mexico David Gutiérrez
  • 64 United States Jeff Johnson
  • 26 Mexico Mauricio Lara
  • 15 United States Derrick Loop
  • 22 Mexico Andrés Iván Meza
  • 37 Mexico Aldo Montes
  •  1 Mexico Juan Ramón Noriega
  • 11 Mexico Daniel Rodríguez
  • 45 Mexico Gerardo Sánchez
  •  8 Mexico Gonzalo Sañudo

[1] updated on 21 December 2018

Catchers

Infielders

Outfielders

Manager

Coaches

  • 48 Mexico Francisco Campos (Bullpen)
  • 60 Puerto Rico Dalphie Correa (Third Base)
  • 46 Mexico Martín Enríquez (Pitching)
  • 39 Mexico Heriberto García (First Base)
  •  7 United States Darrell Sherman (Hitting)

Notable players[edit]

References[edit]

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