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Nicaraguan Professional Baseball League

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Nicaraguan Professional Baseball League
Nicaraguan Professional Baseball League logo.svg
No. of teams5
Most recent
Indios del Bóer
Official website (in Spanish)

Liga de Beisbol Profesional Nacional (LBPN) is the professional baseball league of Nicaragua. The league consists of five teams with a 30-game regular season schedule that runs from November to December. Followed by a four team round robin, with the two best teams advancing to a best of seven championship series.

Inaugurated on March 30, 1956, in Estadio Nacional, the first game was between the teams from San Fernando and Bóer. The Nicaraguan public's excitement for baseball grew as foreign professional teams and foreign players came to play in their country. Due to economic difficulty, the league had to shut down in 1967. The teams from Bóer and León were the most successful teams in those years with three championships each.

The professional league was re-established in 2004. Since then, Bóer has led the league in championships with five.

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Current teams

Nicaraguan Professional Baseball League team locations


  • Orientales de Granada
  • Fieras del San Fernando


  • Dennis Martínez National Stadium, Managua
  • Estadio Efrain Tijerino, Chinandega
  • Estadio Yamil Rios Ugarte, Rivas
  • Estadio Héroes y Mártires de Septiembre, León
  • Estadio de Beisbol Rufo Marín, Estelí



Season Champion
1957–58 Leones de León
1958–59 Oriental
1959–60 Leones de León
1960–61 No champion
1961–62 Marlboro (Panamá)
1962–63 Indios del Bóer
1963–64 5 Estrellas
1964–65 Indios del Bóer
1965–66 Indios del Bóer
1966–67 5 Estrellas
2004–05 Leones de León
2005–06 Tigres de Chinandega
2006–07 Indios del Bóer
2007–08 Indios del Bóer
2008–09 Season suspended
2009–10 Leones de León
2010–11 Indios del Bóer
2011–12 Indios del Bóer
2012–13 Tigres de Chinandega
2013–14 Gigantes de Rivas
2014–15 Indios del Bóer
2015–16 Gigantes de Rivas
2016–17 Tigres de Chinandega
2017–18 Tigres de Chinandega
2018–19 Leones de León
2019–20 Leones de León
2020–21 Gigantes de Rivas
2021–22 Leones de León
2022–23 Indios del Bóer
Team Titles
Indios del Bóer 9
Leones de León 7
Tigres de Chinandega 4
Gigantes de Rivas 3
5 Estrellas 2
Oriental 1
Marlboro (Panamá) 1

Winner of the Serie Interamericana

One time a team from Nicaragua could win the Serie Interamericana.

Season Winner
1964 5 Estrellas

Winner of the Serie Latinoamericana

Four times a team from Nicaragua could win the Serie Latinoamericana.

Season Winner
2016 Gigantes de Rivas
2017 Tigres de Chinandega
2018 Tigres de Chinandega
2019 Leones de León

Individual leaders


Season Player Team Average Player Team Home Runs Player Team RBI
2004–05 Adolfo Matamoros Chinandega .378 Luis Iglesias Chinandega 4 Marlon Abea San Fernando 33
Marlon Abea San Fernando 4
2005–06 Bárbaro Cañizares Bóer .352 Michel Abreu Bóer 14 Wilson Batista Chinandega 42
2006–07 Justo Rivas León .377 Clyde Williams Bóer 16 Clyde Williams Bóer 40
2007–08 Ofilio Castro San Fernando .351 Luke Gorsett Chinandega 6 Danilo Sotelo San Fernando 32
Jimmy Hurts San Fernando 6
Marcos Sánchez San Fernando 6
2009–10 Jimmy González Granada .363 Lenín Aragón Bóer 6 Lenín Aragón Bóer 38
Edgard López León 38
2010–11 José Campusano Bóer .363 Brian Nichols León 10 Manuel Mejía Bóer 37
2011–12 Renato Morales Granada .387 Esteban Ramírez Chinandega 12 Wuillians Vásquez Bóer 51
2012–13 Yurendell DeCaster Chinandega .416 Yurendell DeCaster Chinandega 13 Yurendell DeCaster Chinandega 56
Ramón Flores Chinandega 13
2013–14 Wuillians Vasquez Chinandega .351 Ronald Garth Granada 8 Esteban Ramírez Chinandega 35
2014–15 Yurendell DeCaster Rivas .368 Rudy Van Heydoorm Rivas 6 Ramón Flores Rivas 38
2015–16 Jonel Pacheco Chinandega .427 Juan C. Torres Granada 6 Ronald Garth Chinandega 30
2016–17 Wuillians Vasquez Rivas .407 Wuillians Vasquez Rivas 11 Wuillians Vasquez Rivas 55
2017–18 Javier Robles Boér .354 Curt Smith Chinandega 6 Elmer Reyes Rivas 34
2018–19 Elmer Reyes Boér .360 Juan Silverio Boér 6 Juan Silverio Boér 19
2019–20 Ofilio Castro León .409 Alvaro Gonzalez Chinandega 10 Elian Miranda Chinandega 31
Alvaro Gonzalez Chinandega 31
2020–21 Ronald Garth León .400 Cheslor Cuthbert Rivas 9 Héctor Gómez Tren 41
Willy García Tren 9
2021–22 Alay Largo Tren .424 Willy García Tren 11 Alay Largo Tren 45
2022–23 Manuel Geraldo Boér .355 Manuel Geraldo Boér 7 Manuel Geraldo Boér 31


Season Player Team ERA Player Team Won/Lost Player Team Strikeouts
2004–05 Julio Raudez San Fernando 1.46 Julio Raudez San Fernando 10–3 Miguel Pérez León 99
2005–06 Wilton López León 1.34 Julio Raudez Chinandega 10–0 Devern Hansack León 89
2006–07 José Luis Sáenz San Fernando 1.96 Wilton López León 8–2 Willy Lebrón San Fernando/León 89
2007–08 Wilton López León 1.45 Diego Sandino San Fernando 10–0 Juan Figueroa Bóer 60
2009–10 Wilfredo Amador León 1.95 Wilder Rayo León 7–2 Melvin Cuevas Granada 57
2010–11 Carlos Estrella Granada 1.19 Rodney Rodríguez Granada 8–5 Rodney Rodríguez Granada 93
2011–12 Eric Blackwell León 2.75 Wilder Rayo León 8–3 Juan Figueroa Granada 74
2012–13 Wilder Rayo León 2.06 Juan Figueroa Granada 7–1 Juan Figueroa Granada 79
2013–14 Carlos Estrella Rivas 1.62 Carlos Téller Bóer 7–0 Santos Hernandez Granada 71
2014–15 Rodney Rodríguez Bóer 2.29 Paul Estrada Chinandega 8–1 Rodney Rodríguez Bóer 58
2015–16 Austin Davis Bóer 1.12 Roger Luque Granada 5–2 Paul Estrada Rivas 52
Abraham Elvira Chinandega 52
2016–17 Gustavo Martínez Granada 1.95 José Rosario Rivas 7–1 Frankie de la Cruz Granada 58
2017–18 Jorge Bucardo Bóer 1.56 Manauris Baez Bóer 5–0 Paul Estrada Bóer 49
2018–19 Luis Angel Mateo León 3.29 Jorge Bucardo León 3–0 Luis Angel Mateo León 35
2019–20 Isaac Silva León 2.59 Carlos Sano Chinandega 4–0 Carlos Sano Chinandega 37
2020–21 Leonardo Crawford Rivas 2.65 Willy Paredes León 6-1 Alexander Santana Chinandega 47
2021–22 Bryan Torres Rivas 0.81 Ronald Medrano Rivas 5-0 Pedro Fernández Chinandega 71
2022–23 Edgard Martinez Tren 2.22 Yeudy García Bóer 5-0 Ronald Medrano Rivas 57

See also

External links

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