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Caribes de Anzoátegui

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Caribes de Anzoátegui
Information
LeagueLVBP
LocationPuerto la Cruz
BallparkEstadio Alfonso Chico Carrasquel
Year foundedJuly 15, 1987
League championships3 (2010-2011, 2014-2015, 2017-2018)
ManagerRamón Borrego

The Caribes de Anzoátegui (English: Anzoátegui Caribs) is a baseball team in the Venezuelan Professional Baseball League based in Puerto la Cruz, Venezuela.

Franchise history

In January 1987, a local businessmen group based in Puerto la Cruz, Venezuela stated their intention to Venezuelan Professional Baseball League to pursue an expansion franchise. Finally on July 15, 1987, the franchise was founded with 21 stockholders and begun a struggle for finding a second expansion team for it was a league requirement. It was not until 1990 that the Venezuelan league awarded the Puerto la Cruz-based franchise, and the Caribes de Oriente debuted in the 1991-1992 season.[1] The team's name remained until 2005, when it changed to Caribes de Anzoátegui up to the present.

Throughout their history, the Caribes have won three titles (2010-11, 2014-15 and 2017-18) in five finals (2003–04, 2010–11, 2013–14, 2014-15 and 2017-18).

On May 14, 2013, former Chicago White Sox, Detroit Tigers and Caribes de Anzoátegui player Magglio Ordoñez became a co-owner of the team.[2]

Uniforms

Uniformscaribes

Notable players

See also

Team's yearly record

23 seasons totals[3]

Regular season G W L Place División Round Robin playoff G W L Place Final series G W L Opponent
1991-92 60 20 40 4th Eastern
1992-93 60 27 33 4th Eastern
1993-94 60 28 32 3rd Eastern
1994-95 60 27 33 3rd Eastern
1995-96 60 27 33 3rd Eastern
1996-97 53 25 28 3rd Eastern Clinched berth 16 4 12 4th
1997-98 64 30 34 3rd Eastern Clinched berth 16 7 9 4th
1998–99 61 24 37 4th Eastern
1999–2000 57 32 25 1st Eastern Clinched berth 16 5 11 5th
2000–01 61 26 35 3rd Eastern
2001-02 62 34 28 1st Eastern Clinched berth 16 2 14 5th
2002-03 42 18 24 4th Eastern Season canceled
2003-04 62 33 29 1st Eastern Clinched berth 16 10 6 1st Clinched berth 6 2 4 Tigres de Aragua
2004-05 61 36 25 2nd Eastern Clinched berth 16 8 8 3rd
2005–06 62 32 30 3rd Eastern Clinched berth 16 4 12 5th
2006-07 62 26 36 4th Eastern
2007–08 63 39 24 1st No divisions Clinched berth 16 5 11 4th
2008–09 63 28 35 6th No divisions
2009–10 63 22 41 8th No divisions
2010–11 63 34 29 3rd No divisions Clinched berth 16 11 5 1st Clinched berth 7 4 3 Tigres de Aragua Champions
2011–12 63 33 30 2nd No divisions Clinched berth 17 9 8 4th
2012–13 63 35 28 3rd No divisions Clinched berth 16 8 8 3rd
2013–14 63 39 24 1st No divisions Clinched berth 16 10 6 2nd Clinched berth 5 1 4 Navegantes del Magallanes

Retired numbers

Luis
Aparicio

Retired by
all of LVBP 1984
Antonio
Armas

Retired 1991
Alfonso
"Chico"
Carrasquel

Retired
Magglio
Ordóñez

Retired January 17, 2013
Pompeyo
Davalillo

Retired November 20, 2013

Awards

Most Valuable Player (Víctor Davalillo Award): Magglio Ordoñez 1996–97, Eliezer Alfonzo 2007–08.

Overall Offensive Performer of the year: Scott Cepicky 1992–93, Magglio Ordoñez 1997–98, Eliezer Alfonzo 2007–08.

Comeback Player of the Year: Pedro Chávez 1992–93, José Francisco Malavé 2000–01, Alex Herrera 2005–06, José Castillo 2012–13.

Manager of the Year (Chico Carrasquel Award): Marco Davalillo 2007–08, Alfredo Pedrique 2012-13, Alfredo Pedrique 2013-14.

Pitcher of the Year (Carrao Bracho Award): Alex Herrera 2007–08, Andrew Baldwin 2010–11, Renyel Pinto 2011–12.

Closer of the Year: Alex Herrera 2001–02|, Elio Serrano 2003–04, Jon Hunton 2011–12.

Setup Man of the Year: Jean Toledo 2012–13.

References

  1. ^ "Caribes de Anzoátegui's History". Archived from the original on 2010-11-14. Retrieved 2011-07-05.
  2. ^ Manzullo, Brian (February 6, 2015). "Ex-Tigers Ordoñez, Guillen reunite in Puerto Rico". Detroit Free Press. Retrieved December 7, 2015.
  3. ^ Purapelota.com

External links


This page was last edited on 13 July 2020, at 21:05
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