Francisco "Paquín" Estrada Soto is a former Major League Baseball player for the New York Mets. Estrada, a catcher, appeared in one game for the Mets in 1971. Estrada is the current manager of the Chihuahua Dorados in the Mexican League (Summer), and catcher's coach with Culiacán Tomateros in the Mexican Pacific League (Winter). In 2006, he served as the manager of the Mexico national baseball team for the World Baseball Classic.

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  • Francisco “Paquín” Estrada es uno de los beisbolistas mexicanos más exitosos. Nació el 12 de febrero de 1948 en Navojoa, ciudad del estado de Sonora, en el Noroeste de México. Participó en Liga Mexicana de Béisbol, Liga Mexicana del Pacífico y en un juego de Grandes Ligas de Béisbol. Su gran carrera de 30 años como receptor y 28 como manager, lo tienen en el Salón de la Fama del Béisbol Mexicano. Estrada ha ganado títulos en la Liga Mexicana de Béisbol y Liga Mexicana del Pacífico, comparte la marca de más Series del Caribe dirigidas con siete, de más Series del Caribe ganadas con dos y fue mánager de México en el primer Clásico Mundial de Béisbol. (es)
  • Francisco "Paquín" Estrada Soto is a former Major League Baseball player for the New York Mets. Estrada, a catcher, appeared in one game for the Mets in 1971. Estrada is the current manager of the Chihuahua Dorados in the Mexican League (Summer), and catcher's coach with Culiacán Tomateros in the Mexican Pacific League (Winter). In 2006, he served as the manager of the Mexico national baseball team for the World Baseball Classic. In the United States, he is probably best known for being part of the trade that sent Nolan Ryan and three others, including Estrada, from the New York Mets to the California Angels for Jim Fregosi. However, he is one of the biggest stars in the history of Mexican baseball. While he played in just one game in the major leagues, Estrada holds the minor league record for games caught (2,847), and played for 26 seasons in the Mexican League, beginning his career there in 1966 and ending it in 1994. In his sole major league appearance, Estrada had one hit in two at-bats, giving him a .500 batting average for his career. Estrada has also been a manager in Mexico since 1983. His teams have won three Mexican League championships (the Piratas de Campeche in 1983, the Bravos de León in 1990, and the Piratas again in 2004). Estrada was elected to the Salón de la Fama del Beisbol Profesional de México in 2000. Then in 2013, he was enshrined in the Caribbean Baseball Hall of Fame for his notable contribution as player and manager in 13 Caribbean Series. (en)
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  • Francisco "Paquín" Estrada Soto is a former Major League Baseball player for the New York Mets. Estrada, a catcher, appeared in one game for the Mets in 1971. Estrada is the current manager of the Chihuahua Dorados in the Mexican League (Summer), and catcher's coach with Culiacán Tomateros in the Mexican Pacific League (Winter). In 2006, he served as the manager of the Mexico national baseball team for the World Baseball Classic. (en)
  • Francisco “Paquín” Estrada es uno de los beisbolistas mexicanos más exitosos. Nació el 12 de febrero de 1948 en Navojoa, ciudad del estado de Sonora, en el Noroeste de México. Participó en Liga Mexicana de Béisbol, Liga Mexicana del Pacífico y en un juego de Grandes Ligas de Béisbol. Su gran carrera de 30 años como receptor y 28 como manager, lo tienen en el Salón de la Fama del Béisbol Mexicano. (es)
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