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1983–84 Cuban National Series

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1983–84 Cuban National Series

The 23rd Cuban National Series marked the first time the league was divided into a first and second division after the first phase of the season. Citricultores, from Matanzas Province, won the first division.

Contents

  • Standings 1
    • First division 1.1
    • Second division 1.2
  • References 2

Standings

First division

Team W L Pct. GB
Citricultores 52 23 .693 -
Industriales 49 25 .662
Villa Clara 48 27 .640 4
Camagüey 46 27 .630 5
Santiago de Cuba 47 28 .626 5
Vegueros 44 31 .586 8
Henequeneros 36 36 .500 14½
Holguín 36 39 .480 16
Sancti Spíritus 30 45 .400 22

Second division

Team W L Pct. GB
Forestales 40 35 .533 -
La Habana 37 38 .493 3
Cienfuegos 34 40 .459
Granma 34 41 .453 6
Guantánamo 34 41 .453 6
Metropolitanos 30 43 .410 9
Isla de la Juventud 28 46 .378 11½
Ciego de Ávila 25 48 .342 14
Las Tunas 19 56 .253 21

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