Virgilio Arteaga (Diaz)
- Bats Left, Throws Left
- Height 6' 0", Weight 175 lb.
- Born ~1920
First baseman Virgilio Arteaga played stateside with the Minneapolis Millers and Little Rock Travelers in 1945 and in southwestern leagues in 1950, 1952, 1954-1956 while managing. He had hit .289 as a regular for the Cuban national team that won the 1940 Amateur World Series and .146 when they won the 1943 Amateur World Series.
Year-by-Year Managerial Record
|1951||Águilas de Mexicali||Southwest International League||--||none||--||replaced by Dee Moore May 1|
|1952||Águilas de Mexicali||Southwest International League||2nd||none||none||replaced Dolf Luque July 1|
|1954||Nogales Yaquis||Arizona-Texas League||6th||none||none||replaced Manuel Fortes August 8|
|1955||Nogales Yaquis||Arizona-Mexico League||--||none||--||replaced by Eddie Aros July 6|
|1956||Potros de Tijuana||Arizona-Mexico League||17-59||--||none||Team disbanded June 28|
|1957||Alacranes de Durango||Mexican Center League||52-48||3rd||Rojos del Aguila de Veracruz|
|1959||Tigres de México||Mexican League||6th||replaced Guillermo Garibay|
|1962||Salamanca Petroleros||Mexican Center League||6th||Petroleros de Poza Rica||replaced Emilio Chavez July 2|