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This article does not cite any references or sources. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (July 2010) This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding reliable references. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (July 2010) Federación de Béisbol Aficionado de Puerto Rico Sport Baseball Founded 1940 No. of teams 47 Country(ies)  Puerto Rico Most recent champion(s) Cidra Braves Official website www.lbsdapr.org The Federación de Béisbol Aficionado de Puerto Rico (a.k.a. Béisbol Doble A) is an AA professional spring baseball league based in Carolina, Puerto Rico. The league was founded in 1940. The season starts in Mid-February with the top two teams from the previous season in a home game in the defending champions' town. The next weekend all the teams start the season. They play on a weekend schedule (Friday, Saturday and Sunday). Their All-Star game is held soon after the regular season and before the playoffs. They are broadcast on WABA (AM). Contents 1 League Structure 1.1 Atlantic League 1.1.1 Atlantic League - Section I 1.1.2 Atlantic League - Section II 1.2 Caribbean League 1.2.1 Caribbean League - Section I 1.2.2 Caribbean League - Section II 1.3 Non-active teams 2 External links League Structure As of 2009, it currently has 47 teams, grouped into 2 league-level divisions (with 2 sections each). Atlantic League Atlantic League - Section I Arecibo Lobos (Wolves) - recently new Camuy Arenosos (Sandmen) - formerly part of the Northwest Section Cataño Antesalistas-Lancheros (Relievers-Boatsmen) - formerly part of the Metro Section Dorado Guardianes (Guardians) - formerly part of the Metro Section Florida Titanes (Titans) - formerly part of the North Section Guaynabo Mets - formerly part of the Metro Section Hatillo Tigres (Tigers) - formerly part of the North Section Manatí Atenienses (Athenians) - formerly part of the North Section Toa Baja Llaneros (Plainsmen) - formerly part of the Metro Section Utuado Montañeses (Mountaineers) - formerly part of the North Section Vega Alta Maceteros (Flowerpotters) - formerly part of the Metro Section Vega Baja Melao-Melao - formerly part of the Metro Section Atlantic League - Section II Aguada Navegantes (Navagetors) - formerly part of the Northwest Section Aguadilla Tiburones (Sharks) - formerly part of the Northwest Section Añasco Fundadores (Founders) - formerly part of the Northwest Section Cabo Rojo Piratas (Pirates) - formerly part of the Southwest Section Hormigueros Peregrinos (Pilgrims) - formerly part of the Southwest Section Lajas Cardenales (Cardinals) - formerly part of the Southwest Section Moca Vampiros (Vampires) - formerly part of the Northwest Section Peñuelas Petroleros (Oilers) - formerly part of the Southwest Section Sabana Grande Petateros - formerly part of the Southwest Section San Sebastian Patrulleros (Patrolmen) - formerly part of the Northwest Section Yauco Cafeteros (Coffeemen) - formerly part of the Southwest Section Caribbean League Caribbean League - Section I Carolina Gigantes (Giants) - formerly part of the Northeast Section Farjardo Cariduros - formerly part of the Northeast Section Gurabo Halcones (Hawks) - formerly part of the Northeast Section Humacao Grises (Grays) - formerly part of the East Section Juncos Mulos Valencianos (Valencian Mules) - formerly part of the East Section Las Piedras Artesanos (Craftsmen) - formerly part of the East Section Loíza Cocoteros (Coconutsmen) - recently new Maunabo Jueyeros (Jewelers) - formerly part of the East Section Patillas Leones (Lions) - formerly part of the Southeast Section Río Grande Guerilleros - recently new San Lorenzo Samaritanos (Samaritans) - formerly part of the East Section Yabacoa Azucareros (Sugarmen) - formerly part of the East Section Caribbean League - Section II Aibonito Polluelos (Chicks) - formerly part of the Central Section Barranquitas Próceres - formerly part of the Central Section Cayey Toritos (Bulls) - formerly part of the Central Section Cidra Bravos (Braves) - formerly part of the Central Section Coamo Maratonistas (Marathonists) - formerly part of the Southeast Section Comerio Pescadores de Plata (Silver Fishermen) - formerly part of the Central Section Guayama Brujos (Wizards) - formerly part of the Southeast Section Juana Díaz Poetas (Poets) - formerly part of the Southeast Section Orocovis Centinelas (Sentries) - formerly part of the Central Section Salinas Peces Voladores (Flying Fish) - formerly part of the Southeast Section Santa Isabel Potros (Colts) - formerly part of the Southeast Section Villalba Ganduleros (Beansmen) - formerly part of the Southeast Section Non-active teams Barceloneta Industriales (Industrials) - formerly part of the North Section Puerto Rico portal Baseball portal External links The official website of the Federación de Béisbol de Puerto Rico Cidra Braves (Bravos de Cidra) This article related to a baseball league, competition or tournament is a stub. 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