Edinburg Roadrunners

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Team History[edit]

The Edinburg Roadrunners of Edinburg, Texas began play in the Texas-Louisiana League in 2001. Led by manager Chad Tredaway and pitchers Pedro Flores and Ryan Harris, the club posted a 64-32 record and beat the San Angelo Colts to capture a league title.

In 2002, the league became known as the Central Baseball League, but the Roadrunners were still strong. They won a division title with a 64-42 record but lost to San Angelo in the postseason. The next season, the club featured 14-game winner Eric Montoya, and they won another division title with a 58-38 record. In 2004, Tredaway's final season as skipper, they went 68-27 en route to winning a league championship again. Under new manager Vince Moore, the Roadrunners posted their worst record, a 49-45 mark, in 2005, but once again returned to the playoffs. However, after the season, the Central League folded.

Year-by-Year Record[edit]

Year Record Finish Manager Playoffs Pitching Coach
2001 64-32 Chad Tredaway League Champs
2002 64-42 Chad Tredaway Lost League Finals
2003 58-38 Chad Tredaway
2004 68-27 Chad Tredaway League Champs R.C. Lichtenstein
2005 49-45 Vince Moore
2009 46-34 2nd Vince Moore Lost in 1st Round
2010 50-39 2nd Vince Moore Lost League Finals
2011 37-52 6th (t) Steve Maddock
2012 60-36 1st Vince Moore League Champs
2013 40-39 2nd Ozzie Canseco League Champs

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