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The Mexican Center League operated in three years during its existence. The league started as Class D

in 1960. In was upgraded to Class C for the 1961 and 1962 seasons. It was again upgraded to Class A for the years from 1963 though 1968.


'Mexican' 'Center' (D 1960)(C 1961-62)(A 1963-78)



Acambaro, Guan: 1975-76    


Aguascalientes, Ags: 1960-63, 1965–67, 1969–74


Arandas, Jal: 1977


Celaya, Guan: 1960-61, 1975


Cerro Azul, Ver: 1978


Cortazar, Guan: 1975


Diaz Ordaz, Tam: 1978


Durango, Dgo: 1965-67, 1972–74


Ebano, SLP: 1971-74, 1977


Fresnillo, Zac: 1962, 1964–68, 1977–78


Guadalajara, Jal: 1977


Guadalupe, Guan: 1978


Guanajuato, Guan: 1960-67, 1978


“Jalisco”: 1977


LaBarca, Mich: 1978


Lagos de Moreno, Leon: 1975-77


Leon, Guan: 1960-71, 1975


Madero, Tam: 1968-70


Mante’, Tam: (1969–74, 1977


Matamoros, Coah: 1978


Miguel Aleman, Tam: 1978


Monterrey, NL: 1970-72


Morelia, Mich: 1966


Naranjo, Sin: 1973-74


Nuevo Laredo, Tam: 1968 


Parras, Coah: 1974


Salamanaca, Guan: 1960-62, 1964–65, 1975


Saltillo, Coah: 1964, 1967–68


San Luis Potosí, SLP: 1960-66, 1969–71


San Pedro, Coah: 1974


Silao, Coah: 1978


Tampico, Ver: 1967-70


Tamuin, SLP: 1973


Teocaltiche, Jal: 1977-78


Torreon, Coah: 1968


“Uriangato”: 1975


Valles, SLP: 1978


Victoria, Tam: 1971, 1973–74, 1976–78


Zacatecas, Zac: 1965-73, 1976–78

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