Mexican National League
The Mexican National League was a class B league based in Mexico that lasted for one season in 1946. It could not compete with the outlaw Mexican League, which included players like Martin Dihigo, Ray Dandridge, Sal Maglie, Max Lanier and Ramon Bragana. Mexico City and Torreon folded in late April and the league collapsed on May 27, the only minor league not to survive the 1946 season. Juarez and Chihuahua tied for the title at 23-21.
- Chihuahua, Chihuahua: Chihuahua Dorados
- El Paso, TX: El Paso Texans
- Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua: Juarez Indios
- Mexico City, Distrito Federal: Mexico City Aztecs
- Saltillo, Coahuila: Saltillo Peroneros
- Torreon, Coahuila: Torreon-Gomez Palacio Laguneros
Teams and Statistics
1946 B Mexican National League
President: Fernando Moldanado
|Juarez Indios||23||21||.523||0||Guillermo Ornelas|
|Chihuahua Dorados||23||21||.523||0||Luis Sansirena|
|Saltillo Peroneros||23||22||.511||.5||Agustin Verde|
|El Paso Texans||18||27||.400||5.5||Andy Cohen|
|Mexico City Aztecs #||16||13||.551||NA||Zenon Ochoa|
|Torreon-Gomez Palacio Laguneros #||14||13||.519||NA||Reynaldo Cordeiro|
# Mexico City and Torreon-Gomez Palacio dropped out April 27
due to prssure from the independent Mexican league.
The league withdrew from organized Ball May 27.
No Individual Statistics Available.
The Encyclopedia of Minor League baseball: Second Edition.