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Industriales
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LeagueCuban National Series (Occidental Zone)
LocationHavana
BallparkEstadio Latinoamericano
Year founded1961-62
Nickname(s)Los leones (Lions), Los azules (Blues)
Cuban National Series championships1963, 1964, 1965, 1966, 1973, 1986, 1992, 1996, 2003, 2004, 2006, 2010 (12)
ColorsRoyal blue and gray
ManagerRey Vicente Anglada
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Industriales is a baseball team in the Cuban National Series. Located in Cerro, La Habana, it is known as the only team representing the country’s capital, Havana. Industriales is historically the most successful team in the National Series, although they have played under other names throughout their history. The Super Classic of Cuban National Series takes place six times per season between Industriales and Santiago de Cuba, the Cuban equivalent of the New York Yankees–Boston Red Sox rivalry. The matchup also represents the rivalry between the two cities (La Habana and Santiago de Cuba), dating back to the era when Cuba was a colony of Spain more than two centuries ago. They are known as the Lions (los leones), "The Blues" (los azules) or "The Blue Lions" (los Leones Azules). Royal blue is their color, though teams like Camagüey and Ciego de Ávila also have blue uniforms (navy blue and sky blue, respectively.)

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History

The team was founded in 1962, as representatives of all the workers from all the industries of Cuba. Industriales is the perceived successor to the Almendares baseball team from the professional Cuban League. They won the Cuban National Series in 1963, 1964, 1965, 1966, 1973, 1986, 1992, 1996, 2003, 2004, 2006 and 2010. Today the team holds the record of victories in a season (96 games in Cuba) with 66 games and more National Series won in a row with 4 straight national championships (1963-1966).

Current roster

Season 2017-2018

  • Catchers: Frank C. Morejón, Lázaro Ponce, Roberto Loredo, Randy Montenegro
  • Infielders: Alexander Malleta, Yordanis Samón, Juan C. Torriente, Wilfredo Aroche, Yolbert Sánchez, Joel Mestre, Osmel Cordero, Jorge L. Barcelán, Andrés Hernández, Edwin Y. Caballero, Walter Pacheco
  • Outfielders: Víctor V. Mesa, Stayler Hernández, Yohandri Urgellés, Yoasán Guillén, Javier Camero, Jorge Tartabull, Asnier Fonseca
  • Pitchers: Frank Montieth, Noelvis Entenza, Ian Rendón, Alexander Rodríguez, Dairon Durán, Adrián Sosa, José A. Pérez, Yoel D. Paula, Michel Reinoso, Julio R. Montesinos, David Mena, Pavel Hernández, Eddy A. García, Andy Valdés, Javier del Pino, Denis Castillo, Raymond Figueredo, Yasmany Robert,

National Series MVPs

The following Industriales players have been named the National Series' most valuable player.

Other notable players

Emigrants

A number of Industriales players have defected from Cuba, often to pursue professional baseball in other countries. These include the following:

External links

  • [1] Official Site
  • "Información de Equipo por Equipo | BaseballdeCuba". baseballdecuba.com (in Spanish). Retrieved 2018-10-11.
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