Monday, September 19, 2011
Mexico City Reds Custom Fitted Cap
In 1940 Leon Day pitched in Venezuela with the Vargas team, carving out a 12-I record while pitching his team to the championship. After breaking up the Venezuelan League because of his dominance, Day signed with Veracruz in the Mexican League, where he logged a perfect 6-0 record, with a 3.79 ERA, and contributed a .298 batting average while annexing his second pennant of the season. He returned to Mexico again for two seasons in 1947-1948 with the Mexico City Reds and also played his second winter season in Cuba that year (having played before in 1937), finishing with a composite 8-4 Cuban record.