Puerto Rico Boricuas
The Puerto Rico Boricuas played in the 1979 Inter-American League. Managed by Jose Santiago the team went 16-39, posting the worst winning percentage in the circuit. Financial difficulties forced them to drop out at the end of the first half. They averaged just 2.07 runs per game, last in the league, though their 2.58 ERA ranked second behind the Miami Amigos. Based in San Juan, they averaged 650 fans per game, last in the league. The most prominent players were veteran Bobby Tolan (.284) and young Juan Agosto (3-2, 2.61).