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October 11 (Home Game)
Aguilas de Mexicali at Mazatlan


October 13, 14, 15, 16 (Away Games)
Mazatlan Venados at Mexicali

October 18, 19, 20 (Home Games)
Naranjeros de Hermosillo at Mazatlan


October 21, 22, 23 (Away Games)
Mazatlan Venados at Los Mochis

October 25, 26, 27 (Home Games)
Mayos de Navojoa at Mazatlan


October 28, 29, 30 (Home Games)
Charros de Jalisco (Guadalajara) at Mazatlan


November 1, 2, 3 (Away Games)
Mazatlan Venados at Culiacan

November 4, 5, 6 (Home Games)
Caneros de Los Mochis at Mazatlan


November 8, 9, 10 (Away Games)
Mazatlan Venados at Obregon

November 11, 12, 13 (Home Games)
Aguilas de Mexicali at Mazatlan


November 15, 16, 17 (Away Games)
Mazatlan Venados at Hermosillo

November 18, 19, 20 (Home Games)
Caneros de Los Mochis at Mazatlan


November 22 (double-header), 23, 24 (Away Games)
Mazatlan Venados at Navajoa

November 25, 26, 27 (Away Games)
Mazatlan Venados at Guadalajara

November 29, 30, December 1 (Home Games)
Tomateros de Culiacan at Mazatlan


December 3 (double-header) and 4 (Away Games)
Mazatlan Venados at Los Mochis

December 6, 7, 8 (Home Games)
Yaquis de Obregón at Mazatlan


December 9, 10, 11 (Home Games)
Mayos de Navojoa at Mazatlan


December 13, 14, 15 (Away Games)
Mazatlan Venados at Hermosillo

December 16, 17, 18 (Away Games)
Mazatlan Venados at Mexicali

December 20, 21, 22 (Home Games)
Charros de Jalisco (Guadalajara) at Mazatlan


December 23, 25, 26 (Away Games)
Mazatlan Venados at Culiacan

December 28, 29, 30 (Home Games)
Yaquis de Obregón at Mazatlan


A history of championship teams in baseball leagues in northwestern Mexico from 1945 to 2016

Liga de la Costa del Pacífico
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1945-1946 Venados de Mazatlán

1946-1947 Presidentes de Hermosillo

1947-1948 Ostioneros de Guaymas

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1949-1950 Tacuarineros de Culiacán

1950-1951 Ostioneros de Guaymas

1951-1952 Tacuarineros de Culiacán

1952-1953 Venados de Mazatlán

1953-1954 Venados de Mazatlán

1954-1955 Venados de Mazatlán

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1956-1957 Naranjeros de Hermosillo

1957-1958 Venados de Mazatlán

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1963-1964 Naranjeros de Hermosillo

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1969-1970 Tomateros de Culiacán

Liga Mexicana del Pacífico
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1970-1971 Naranjeros de Hermosillo

1971-1972 Algodoneros de Guasave

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1973-1974 Venados de Mazatlán

1974-1975 Naranjeros de Hermosillo

1975-1976 Naranjeros de Hermosillo

1976-1977 Venados de Mazatlán

1977-1978 Tomateros de Culiacán

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1979-1980 Naranjeros de Hermosillo

1980-1981 Yaquis de Obregón

1981-1982 Naranjeros de Hermosillo

1982-1983 Tomateros de Culiacán

1983-1984 Cañeros de Los Mochis

1984-1985 Tomateros de Culiacán

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1987-1988 Potros de Tijuana

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1993-1994 Naranjeros de Hermosillo

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1995-1996 Tomateros de Culiacán

1996-1997 Tomateros de Culiacán

1997-1998 Venados de Mazatlán

1998-1999 Águilas de Mexicali

1999-2000 Mayos de Navojoa

2000-2001 Naranjeros de Hermosillo

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Buying tickets for Venados home games at the Estadio Teodoro Mariscal Mazatlan baseball stadium

Pro baseball in Mazatlan? You bet!

Estadio Teodoro Mariscal is home to the Mazatlan Venados (Deer), a first-class Mexican Pacific League (Liga Mexicana del Pacífico) professional baseball team.

The Mazatlan City Guide knows that a visit to Estadio Teodoro Mariscal for a Venados home game should be ranked as one of the finest -- and most reasonably priced -- of Mazatlan tourist attractions.

The Mexican Pacific League is Mexico's most important winter baseball league, and the Venados de Mazatlan, founded in 1945, are eight-time Mexican Pacific League champions and an important training ground for Major League baseball players. In addition to the Venados, the Mexican Pacific Baseball League includes teams from seven other cities in northwest Mexico: the Tomateros de Culiacán; Naranjeros de Hermosillo; Charros de Jalisco; Águilas de Mexicali; Cañeros de Los Mochis; Mayos de Navojoa and the Yaquis de Obregón.

Mazatlan Venados batterThe Mazatlan Venados put on an exciting performance every game, and have a long track record of victory.

The Venados have won nine Pacific League championships: 1974, 1977, 1987, 1993, 1998, 2005, 2006, 2009 and now, in 2015!

In addition to the Mexican Pacific League championship in 2005, the Venados went on to win the 2006 Caribbean World Series, a feat they repeated in the 2015 - 2016 championship season.

The Mazatlan Venados baseball stadium, Estadio Teodoro Mariscal, is a modern baseball stadium constructed in 1962 and substantially upgraded in 2000. Located on Avenida Deportes, the baseball stadium seats 14,000 and is situated in a residential neighborhood with ample secure parking.

Mazatlan Mexico baseball stadium aerial photoThis is a full-scale professional baseball stadium: it's 325 feet down the stadium's right and left field lines and 400 feet to the center field wall.

Venados home games are played at Estadio Teodoro Mariscal under the lights in the evening. Weekday games start at 7:30 pm, weekend games at 6:00pm

If you're in town, the easiest way to buy a ticket is often to just drive by the stadium ticket office.

Higher priced Venados tickets -- choice reserved seats and luxury boxes -- can be purchased online.

Buy a ticket to an exciting Mazatlan Venados home baseball game during the 2017-2018 season, and treat yourself to Mexican League Pro Baseball at its best!

Go Venados!

Estadio Teodoro Mariscal Stadium Location
Avenida Manual Gutierrez Najera 821 (Across from Bosque de la Ciudad!)

Telephone 669 981 1711

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A History of the Mazatlán Venados baseball team

The history of the Mazatlan Venados actually predates the founding of Liga de la Costa del Pacifico, the first professional baseball league on the Pacific coast of Mexico.

In 1941 there was no real baseball stadium in Mazatlan: the old stadium had been torn down and nothing had replaced it. Mazatlan businessman Teodoro Mariscal was made head of the Pro-Estadio Committee of Mazatlan, the goal of which was to raise funds to build a new baseball stadium in Mazatlan.

In 1942, when the new Mazatlan baseball stadium was still under construction, Teodoro Mariscal organized the first professional baseball games in the history of Mazatlan, recruiting players such as Felino Cárdenas, Mario Collazo, Indian Torres and pitcher Daniel ("La Coyota") Rios.

Mariscal was a promoter, and not about to let his young team suffer from lack of talent. On one occasion in early 1942 he hired Ramón Bragaña, a Cuban pitcher who was an established star playing for Veracruz on the Gulf Coast, to reinforce the Mazatlan pitching staff for a single series against the team from arch-rival Culiacán!

The Mazatlan Venados official team history begins on June 6, 1945, when the Liga de la Costa del Pacífico was formed.

The league was the creation of six prominent Mexican businessmen -- Enrique Peña Batiz in Culiacan, Rogelio Rodríguez in Empalme, Florencio Zaragoza in Guaymas, Fernando M. Ortiz and Juan Chávez E. by Hermosillo and Teodoro Mariscal in Mazatlán -- and the five teams that they created brought professional baseball to fans in Northwest Mexico.

Liga de la Costa was originally semi-professional, and team payroll was capped at ten thousand dollars.

Teodoro Mariscal was named President of the league, with Florencio Zaragoza serving as Vice-President, Ramón. A. Robles Secretary, Justo Ornelas Treasurer and Enrique Peña Batiz and Fernando M. Ortiz as voting founding members.

The Mazatlan Venados won the first Liga de la Costa championship in 1945 - 1946, largely as the result of the performance of their extraordinary pitcher Daniel Ríos, who pitched 10 wins during the 1945 - 1946 season, striking out 72 batters and ending the season with a 2.36 earned run average.

Rios was named the league's Most Valuable Player for the 1945 - 1946 season, an achievement he duplicated during the 1950 - 1951 season. Other early Mazatlan Venados superstars included Wiilie Aikens, Francisco Campos, Ángel Castro, Daniel Fernández, Dick Hall and Aurelio López.

In all, the Mazatlan Venados won five Liga de la Costa championships: 1945 - 1946, 1952 - 1953, 1953 - 1954, 1954 - 1955 and in the final year of the league's existence, 1957 - 1958.

The 1958 - 1959 season saw the debut of Liga Invernal de Sonora, an expanded baseball league that added teams from Los Mochis and Guasave.

The Mazatlan Venados were always competitive in this new league, and in 1962 won its championship following the inauguration of Estadio Teodoro Mariscal, the stadium that they still play in to this day. The original seating capacity of the stadium was 12,000, which was increased to 14,000 during a major renovation in 2000.

In 1965, Mazatlan joined the Mexican Pacific League (Liga Mexicana del Pacifico), and began to establish themselves as the premier professional baseball team in northwest Mexico.

The Venados have won nine Pacific League championships: 1974, 1977, 1987, 1993, 1998, 2005, 2006, 2009 and 2015.

The 2005 season marked a first in the history of the franchise: having won the Pacific League championship the Venados went on to win the Caribbean World Series, beating the Aguilas from the Dominican Republic 4 - 3 at home in Estadio Teodoro Mariscal under the leadership of manager Juan Jose Pacho.

The 2005 Venados were a powerhouse team with a star-studded lineup, including Luis Ayala, Jorge Campillo, Francisco Campos, Vinny Castilla, Elmer Dessens, Erubiel Durazo, Johnny Gomes, Miguel Ojeda and Derrick White.

Venados pitcher Francisco Campos was the hero of the day. The Dominican Republic roster included 18 players with major league affiliations. Campos was unfazed, and struck out 13 Dominican batters.

Vinny Castillo, Erubiel Durazo and Derrick White provided the batting firepower that powered the win, with relief pitcher Luis Ignacio Ayala sealing the victory by retiring Dominican Republic batter Bernie Castro to end the game.

The heroics of individual players during the 2005 season were exceptional, but the Mazatlan Venados team history is filled with extraordinary individual accomplishments.

While Estadio Teodoro Mariscal is generally believed to favor pitchers, the Cuban-born major league superstar Orestes ("Minnie") Minoso won the Pacific League batting title in 1966-1967 and again in 1969-1970 playing for the Venados during the winter.

Mazatlan Venados sluggers James Collins, Heber Gómez, Christian Quintero and Nelson Simons have also won Pacific League batting titles.

American Jack Pierce won the Pacific League home run title during the 1974-75 season, knocking 14 out of the park.

Other Mazatlan Venados Pacific League home run title holders include Willie Aikens, Wayne Cage, Kevin Grijak, Jeff Leonard and Bubba Smith.

American Willie Aikens set another remarkable Pacific League batting record, hitting home runs in six consecutive games in 1986. Only Calvin Pickering, playing for Los Mochis, has equalled this record.

The Venados roster has seen a number players named Pacific League Rookie of The Year including the first, Armando Lara, in 1972 -1973 who has been followed by Genaro Rodríguez, Martín Hernández, Andrés Cruz, Armando Valenzuela and Francisco Córdoba.

Four Mazatlan Venados pitcher have thrown no-hitters: Kenneth Frailing, Rafael García and Blaine Beatty and Andrés Cruz.

Frailing, García and Beatty pitched their games during the the regular season, with Andrés Cruz pitching his spectacular no-hitter on January 14 in the 1990 postseason, delivering a knockout blow to the Mayos of Navojoa in Estadio Teodoro Mariscal.

Mazatlan Venados win the 2016 Caribbean World Series (Serie del Caribe)!

(Updated 8 February 2016)

Caribbead World Series / Serie del Caribe logoEleven years after their last Caribbean World Series (Serie del Caribe) championship in 2005, our Mazatlan Venados once again reign over all of Central American / Caribbean baseball!

The deciding game was played in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, and the Venados emerged victorious in the 9th inning, defeating the Tigres de Aragua from Venezuela by a score of 5-4, the hero of the day being Jorge "Chato" Vázquez whose homerun in the 9th inning sealed the Venados victory.

Mazatlan Venados 2016 Caribbean World Series (Serie del Caribe) championship video



Teams representing Mexico have now won 9 Caribbean World Series (Serie del Caribe) titles: 1976, 1986, 1996, 2002, 2005, 2011, 2013, 2014 and, now, in 2016.

The Mazatlan Venados are now tied with the the Tomateros de Culiacan, the Naranjeros de Hermosillo and the Yaquis de Obregón as the only Mexican teams that have won two Caribbean Series championships.


Mazatlan Venados win the
2015-2016 Liga Mexicana del Pacífico championship!


(Updated 27 January 2016)

Mazatlan Venados 2016 Championship LogoIn a stunning season-ending finish, the Mazatlan Venados won the Mexican Pacific League championship with a 4-3 victory over the Águilas de Mexicali.

Decided in a 10th inning overtime, this is the 9th championship in Venados team history, a tradition of victory that dates back to the 1945 - 1946 Liga de la Costa del Pacífico Championship. 27 year old Venados third baseman Paul Alberto León Álvarez of Magdalena, Sonora, was named Most Valuable Player of the championship playoff series.

Mazatlan Venados 2015-2016 Liga Mexicana del Pacífico championship video



The Venados are now on their way to the Dominican Republic to represent Mexico in the 2016 Caribbean World Series which begins February 1st, 2016.


Go Venados 2017!


Liga Mexicana del Pacífico News

CIUDAD OBREGON, SONORA, MEXICO -- Construction of a 16,500-seat stadium that will be home to the Yaquis, the city's Liga del Pacífico minor leagues baseball team, is in full-swing and is expected to be completed by August. The state-of-the-art facility on the city's northwest side, replaces a stadium built in 1971. Fuerza de Apoyo Constructiva de Occidente, of Guadalajara, is providing construction management.

Ciudad Obregón new Liga del Pacifico AAA baseball stadium

A new stadium was one of the campaign pledges made by Rogelio Díaz Brown Ramsburgh, who concludes his three-year term in September.

The new stadium is located on a 24-acre parcel with 10 acres of parking providing 1,900 spots, six acres of small-squares (plazoletas) and 12 acres of green space. The first stone was laid by Díaz Brown at ceremonies on December 8.

The Liga del Pacífico consists of teams from Mexico's west coast including Venados de Mazatlán, Águilas de Mexicali, Naranjeros de Hermosillo, Mayos de Navojoa, Cañeros de los Mochis, Tomateros de Culiacán, Venados de Mazatlán and Charros de Jalisco.

Liga dates to 1945 when Ostioneros de Guaymas and Tecuarineros de Culiacán met for the first time. It had but four teams until 1958, when its name was changed to Liga Invernal de Sonora. Those included Naranjeros de Hermosillo, Ostioneros de Guaymas, Rojos de Ciudad Obregón and Rieleros de Empalme. It was renamed Liga Mexicana del Pacífico in 1970.

Liga's season begins in mid-October and ends in December. Tournaments typically add another month to six weeks.

The Yaquis' new stadium will have measurements required by major leagues for exhibition games and will have a 1,000 lux screen with a professional sound system. Ninety seats can accommodate wheelchairs. The stadium has four bathroom areas in the first primera level (gradería); four in the main-entrance areal, two in the bleachers, two in the box seats and it will have 12 concession areas. The stadium will also contain a commercial gallery; a Hall of Fame; a Yaquis store and storage facility, and a clubhouse with a gym, showers, health clinic and bathrooms.

New Obregón baseball stadium ground breaking ceremonyWhile the stadium will be home to the Yaquis, it will likely host other regional tournaments, including Serie del Caribe, an annual four-nation minor league championship. Authorities estimate that the greater Ciudad Obregón, Empalme, Guaymas area is home to more than 400,000. Hermosillo and Guadalajara, which just entered the league, have also added stadiums over the past year.

At the ground-breaking ceremony, Mayor Díaz Brown and René Arturo Rodríguez Gómez, chief executive presidente del Club Yaquis, said they believe the new facility, in turn, would the catalyst. The stadium, located at Prolongación Quintana Roo between Bordo Prieto y Bordo Nuevo, should be a stimulus for tourism, economic development for the city and a contribution to Liga Mexicana del Pacífico. Authorites hope it will awaken interest other projects in medical, housing, tourism, commercial plazas and business.

In attendance at groundbreaking were Yaqui legends incluidng Manuel Yépiz, José María Parada Almada, Jesús "Zurdo" Robles, Nicolas García, Jesús "Chito" López, Guty Murillo and Carlos "Chapis" Valencia.

CHICAGO, ILLINOIS, UNITED STATES -- Sunday March 1st, 2015, was a sad day for the Mazatlan Venados, and all of Liga Mexicana del Pacifico: Chicago media announced that Orestes "Minnie" Miñoso -- the legendary Mr. White Sox and former Mazatlan Venados player -- died of heart problems. He was 90 years old.

Orestes Minnie Minoso 1960s Venados all-star playerBorn in Cuba, Miñoso played three seasons for the New York Cubans in the Negro Leagues beginning in 1945.

In September 1948 the Cleveland Indians purchased his contract and in 1949 he made his major league debut, playing in nine late-season games for the Indians.

Miñoso played for the Venados for a number of seasons and was the Liga Sonora-Sinaloa (the immediate predecessor of Liga Mexicana del Pacífico) batting champion in 1966-1967 and again in 1969-1970.

Miñoso was the first black Cuban to play in the major leagues, and had an extraordinarily long career, batting in major league games in five decades. He was a seven-time major league all-star and was named to the Mexican Professional Baseball Hall of Fame in 1996.


2016-2017 Mazatlán Venados
Active Roster


Name / Number / Place of Birth / Date of Birth (Updated 7 April 2016)

Coaches

Manager Miguel A. Ojeda Siquerios

Pitching Coach Luis Carlos Rivera

Batting Coach Matias Carillo

3rd Base Coach Gerardo Álvarez

1st Base Coach Porfirio Mendoza

Bullpen Coach Ricardo Osuna

Bench Coach Carlos López

Pitchers

Arturo Barradas Cubillos / #10 / Minititlán, Veracruz / 10 Aug 1987

Jesús Gregorio Barraza Aramburu / #23 / Mazatlán, Sinaloa / 3 Nov 1990

Manny del Carmen / #30 / Boston, Massachussetts / 16 Feb 1982

Norman Salvador Elenes Quintero / #16 / Nacional / 7 Oct 1992

Roberto de Jesús Espinoza Acea / #66 / Mérida, Yucatan / 7 Jul 1992

Amílcar Gaxiola Salazar / #75 / Culiacan, Sinaloa / 27 Oct 1990

Felipe González Rodriguez / #49 / Guadalupe, Nuevo Leon / 25 Aug 1991

Luis Eduardo Heredia Orozco / #54 / Mazatlán, Sinaloa / 8 Oct 1994

Jovani Farit López Gutiérrez / #51 / Mexico / 11 Apr 1991

Gerardo Navarro Cañedo / #56 / Mexico / 23 Aug 1993

Benino Pruneda / #33 / Extranjero / 8 Aug 1989

Sasagi Sael Sánchez González / #64 / Mexico / 6 Mar 1994

Jesús Alfonso Sánchez Martínez / #27 / Mexico / 28 Jul 1988

Walter Joel Silva Escalante / #39 / Mexico / 1 Apr 1977

Sergio José Valenzuela Estrada / #45 / Hermosillo, Sonora / 15 Sep 1984

Catchers

Héctor Manuel Páez Grave / #57 / Mexico / 31 Mar 1979

Erick Teodoro Rodríguez Martínez / #37 / Monterrey, Nuevo Leon / 27 Nov 1979

Infielders

Heber Gómez Contreras / #34 / Carrizales, Veracruz / 11 Mar 1977

Cyle Hankerd / #38 / Covina, California / 24 Jan 1985

Brian Juan Hernández / #32 / Van Nuys, California / 25 Nov 1998

Paul Alberto León Álvarez / #2 / Mexico / 28 Jul 1988

Carlos Iram Muñoz Portillo / #29 / Mexico / 29 Jun 1994

Jesús Esteban Quiroz Ortiz / #8 / Mexico / 17 Feb 1992

Roberto Yahir Valenzuela Valenzuela / #74 / Mexico / 3 Mar 1995

Outfielders

Corey Allen Brown / #18 / Tampa, Florida / 26 Nov 1985

Jesús Luciano Fabela Leyva / #36 / Tijuana, Baja California Norte / 12 Jul 1994

José Augusto Figueroa Villarauz / #5 / Magdalena, Sonora / 9 Dec 1992

Samar Arnulfo Leyva Muñiz / #14 / Nacional / 20 Sep 1994

Tito Polo / #0 / Isla San Andres, San Andres, Colombia / 23 Aug 1994

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38 Seafood | 54 Mexican Restaurants | 54 International and Fusion | 8 Steaks, Ribs, BBQ | 19 Thai, Japanese, Chinese, Asian

34 Pizzerias and pizza places | 36 Burgers, Hot Dogs, Wings | 20 Ice Cream Parlors, Gelato and Brownies! | 12 Vegetarian Dining Recommendations | 15 Rural Sinaloa Restaurants

22 Bars, Sports Bars, Wine Bars, Pubs and Cantinas with popular menus! - español | 19 Coffee Shops with top rated menus! | 7 Juice Bars | Street Food in Mazatlan

HOTEL, RESORT, B&B, RV PARKS AND LODGING IN AND NEAR MAZATLAN

15 Budget Hotels | 33 Mid-range Hotels and Resort Accommodation | 21 Luxury Resorts and Hotels | 8 RV Trailer Parks


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