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This should not be confused with the Mexican Center League.

The Mexican Central League was a Minor League Baseball circuit that operated for 19 seasons from 1960 through 1978 with several clubs based across Mexico.

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The Mexican Central League was formed in 1960 and was recognized as Single-A level, which is three levels below Major League Baseball. In 1979, the circuit was absorbed into the expanded Mexican Baseball League (Liga Mexicana de Beisbol). This expansion elevated the Mexican Central League teams from Single-A to Triple-A. The newly expanded Mexican league now featured a 20-team circuit with four divisions.

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