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2001–02 Cuban National Series

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2001–02 Cuban National Series

The 41st Cuban National Series saw a surprise champion, as Holguín engineered a strong season to edge Santiago de Cuba and win Group C. The Sabuesos then upended Camagüey, Villa Clara and finally Sancti Spíritus—in a 2-1 seventh game—to take their first title.


  • Regular season standings 1
    • Western zone 1.1
    • Eastern zone 1.2
  • Playoffs 2
  • References 3

Regular season standings

Western zone

Group A
Team W L PCT. GB
Pinar del Río 64 26 .711 -
Isla de Juventud 51 39 .567 13
Matanzas 48 42 .533 16
Metropolitanos 31 59 .344 33
Group B
Team W L PCT. GB
Sancti Spíritus 53 37 .589 -
Industriales 49 41 .544 4
La Habana 45 45 .500 8
Cienfuegos 33 57 .367 20

Eastern zone

Group C
Team W L PCT. GB
Villa Clara 54 36 .600 -
Camagüey 44 46 .489 10
Ciego de Avila 42 48 .467 12
Las Tunas 23 67 .256 31
Group D
Team W L PCT. GB
Holguín 55 35 .611 -
Santiago de Cuba 54 36 .600 1
Granma 38 52 .422 17
Guantánamo 36 54 .400 19


Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
A1 Pinar del Río 3
B2 Industriales 1
A1 Pinar del Río 2
B1 Sancti Spíritus 4
B1 Sancti Spíritus 3
A2 Isla de la Juventud 2
B1 Sancti Spíritus 3
D1 Holguín 4
C1 Villa Clara 3
D2 Santiago de Cuba 1
C1 Villa Clara 2
D1 Holguín 4
D1 Holguín 3
C2 Camagüey 1


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