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Santa Marta (baseball Club)
The Santa Marta BBC were a baseball team that played in the Venezuelan Professional Baseball League during the 1954–1955 season. The team represented the city of La Guaira, Vargas, Venezuela, and played its home games at Estadio Universitario de Caracas. Santa Marta was managed by former big leaguer Red Kress
Red Kress
and entered the league as a replacement for the departed Sabios de Vargas, being part of a four-team league that included the Leones del Caracas, Navegantes del Magallanes
Navegantes del Magallanes
and Patriotas de Venezuela. The team was clearly overmatched, finishing in last place with an 18-33 record, 14½ games out of first place
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Venezuelan Professional Baseball League
The Venezuelan Professional Baseball
Baseball
League or Liga Venezolana de Béisbol Profesional (LVBP) is the highest level baseball league in Venezuela.Contents1 Brief history1.1 Early years 1.2 1950s and '60s 1.3 1970s and '80s 1.4 1990s and 2000s2 All Star Game 3 Current Teams 4 Format4.1 Regular Season 4.2 Postseason4.2.1 First Semifinal Round 4.2.2 Second Semifinal Round 4.2.3 Final5 Past Champions5.1 Key 5.2 Championships per team6 Defunct teams 7 Venezuelan Caribbean Series
Caribbean Series
Champions 8 See also 9 Notes 10 External linksBrief history[edit] Early years[edit] Baseball
Baseball
exploded in Venezuela
Venezuela
in 1941, following the world championship in Havana
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Llaneros De Acarigua
The Llaneros de Acarigua were a baseball club which played in the Venezuelan Professional Baseball League during the 1968–1969 season. They were managed by Alfonso Carrasquel and played its home games at the Estadio BR Julio Hernández Molina in Acarigua, Portuguesa. The Llaneros joined the circuit as a replacement for the Industriales de Valencia. They were the worst in the six-team league, getting roughed up as a last-place club with a 23-37 record, ending 16 games out of the first place Leones del Caracas. Between the Acarigua players who had Major League experience were Jim Hicks, Cleo James, José Martínez, Barry Raziano, Roberto Muñoz and Don O'Riley. The team withdrew at the end of the season and be replaced by the Aguilas del Zulia in the 1969-1970 tournament. Sources[edit]Gutiérrez, Daniel; Alvarez, Efraim; Gutiérrez (h), Daniel (2006). La Enciclopedia del Béisbol en Venezuela
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Bravos De Margarita
HomeAwayThe Bravos de Margarita (Margarita Braves) are a professional baseball team who plays in the Venezuelan Professional Baseball League since the 2007-08 season. The team was founded in 1991 as the Petroleros de Cabimas (Cabimas Oilers), and played through the 1994-95 season
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Cardenales De Lara
HomeAwayThe Cardenales de Lara
Cardenales de Lara
(English: Lara Cardinals) is a baseball team in the Venezuelan Professional Baseball
Baseball
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Caribes De Anzoátegui
The Caribes de Anzoátegui (English: Anzoátegui Caribs) is a baseball team in the Venezuelan Professional Baseball League based in Puerto la Cruz, Venezuela.Contents1 Franchise history 2 Uniforms 3 Current roster 4 Notable players 5 See also 6 Team's yearly record 7 Retired numbers 8 Awards 9 References 10 External linksFranchise history[edit] 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
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Tiburones De La Guaira
HomeAwayThe Tiburones de La Guaira (English: La Guaira Sharks) are a baseball team in the Venezuelan Professional Baseball League. Based in the city of La Guaira, the Tiburones have won seven national championships since their founding in 1962.Contents1 History 2 Championship titles/Managers 3 Caribbean Series records 4 Team Highlights 5 VPBL Regular Season Leaders5.1 Hitting 5.2 Pitching6 Current roster 7 Major League alumni 8 All-time foreign players 9 Retired numbers 10 See also 11 External linksHistory[edit] In 1962 the Licoreros de Pampero team, which was founded in 1955, was sold for the symbolic price of one Bolívar by his owner Alejandro Hernández to José Antonio Casanova, who was considered the greatest Venezuelan manager at the time. The new team changed its name to Tiburones de la Guaira. Casanova, who was also the first manager of the team, did not have enough financial resources to go through an entire season. He then talked to his friend, Dr
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Tigres De Aragua
HomeAwayThe Tigres de Aragua
Aragua
(English: Aragua
Aragua
Tigers) is a baseball team that plays in the Venezuelan Professional Baseball League and represents the state of Aragua. Founded in 1965, the Tigres plays its home games at the Estadio José Pérez Colmenares in Maracay. The team won the Venezuelan National Series Championship for the third time in 2009, by defeating the Leones del Caracas
Leones del Caracas
at the UCV Stadium, 7–2, in the seventh game of a best-of-seven series. This championship made it their third in a row and eighth in history, including five of the prior six years. The Tigres won their first Caribbean World Series
Caribbean World Series
title in 2009
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Cervecería Caracas
HomeAwayThe Leones del Caracas (English: Caracas Lions) are a Venezuelan baseball team that currently plays in the Venezuelan Professional Baseball League. In the 2015-16 season, they became the club with the highest average home attendance in the league, with an average of 10,845[1]. The next season, the average attendance was 6,539.Contents1 History 2 Ballpark 3 Championship titles/Managers 4 Caribbean World Series titles 5 Retired uniform numbers 6 Current roster 7 See also 8 References 9 External linksHistory[edit]1895 Caracas Baseball Club.Cervecería Caracas was founded in 1942, after Cervecería Princesa, an early team, was bought and transformed into Caracas. At first, the team played its home games at the old Estadio Cerveza Caracas, which was located in the capital city of Caracas. The team was founded by Martín Tovar Lange and managed by big leaguer Alejandro Carrasquel. The Princesa team played its last game on May 7, 1942
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Gavilanes (baseball Club)
The Gavilanes de Maracaibo was a Venezuelan professional baseball club based in Maracaibo, the capital city of Zulia state. The team was founded by the brothers and ballplayers Ernesto Aparicio and Luis Aparicio, Sr., and debuted in the extinct Zulian Baseball League First Division, which was created in 1932 and folded at the end of the 1940 season. After five years of absence, the league resumed operations in 1946 and remained active until 1952. The Gavilanes (Sparrowhawks) were the most successful team in this period, winning 13 of the 17 tournaments played, eight with Ernesto Aparicio at the helm. As a result, Gavilanes and the Pastora BBC maintained a strong and fierce rivalry on the baseball field during the existence of the league
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Indios De Oriente
The Indios de Oriente was a baseball club which played from 1956 through 1964 in the Venezuelan Professional Baseball League. They played its home games at the Estadio Municipal de Puerto La Cruz in Anzoátegui, Venezuela.Contents1 History 2 Estrellas de Oriente 3 Yearly Team Records 4 Noted players 5 Sources 6 External linksHistory[edit] The Indios de Oriente replaced the Navegantes del Magallanes franchise for the 1956–1957 season. The team finished second in the first half with a 13-14 record, but slumped to 10-15 in the second half to finish last in the four-team league, out of contention. They improved to a 22-19 mark in 1957–1958, good for a second place and a playoff berth, but failed in the opening round. In 1958–1959 Oriente finished second during the regular season. Then advanced to the playoffs and clinched the Championship title
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Licoreros De Pampero
The Licoreros de Pampero was a baseball club who played from 1955 through 1962 in the Venezuelan Professional Baseball League. The team joined the league as a replacement for the Patriotas de Venezuela and played its home games at the Estadio Universitario in Caracas.Contents1 History 2 Yearly Team Records 3 Notable players 4 Team highlights 5 Sources 6 External linksHistory[edit] The Pampero team was sponsored by the rum company of that name, and was managed by former Washington Senators catcher Fermin Guerra in its inaugural season. The team finished second behind the champions Industriales de Valencia, relegating the strong Leones del Caracas and Navegantes del Magallanes to the following places in the four-team league. The pitching staff was headed by Clarence Churn, who posted a 10-4 record and a 3.04 earned run average, while tying for the most wins with Magallanes' Ramón Monzant and Caracas' Cal McLish
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Llaneros De Portuguesa
The Llaneros de Portuguesa were a baseball club which played in the Venezuelan Professional Baseball League during the 1975–1976 season. They were managed by Jim Williams and played its home games at the Estadio BR Julio Hernández Molina in Acarigua, Portuguesa. This team was created by the temporary merger of two VPBL teams, the Tiburones de La Guaira and the Leones del Caracas, at the end of the 1974–1975 season. By then, the Tiburones and Leones management had a contract dispute with the Central University of Venezuela, owners of the Estadio Universitario in Caracas, which was shared by both teams
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Special
Special
Special
or specials may refer to:Contents1 Music 2 Film and television 3 Other uses 4 See alsoMusic[edit] Special
Special
(album), a 1992 album by Vesta Williams "Special" (Garbage song), 1998 "Special
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Pastora De Los Llanos
HomeAwayThe Pastora de los Llanos were a baseball club which played in the Venezuelan Professional Baseball League between the 1997-98 and 2006-07 seasons
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Petroleros De Cabimas
The Petroleros de Cabimas was a baseball club that played from 1991 through 1995 in the Venezuelan Professional Baseball League
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