Potros de Tijuana
- Location: Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico
- League(s): Sunset League 1949-1950; Southwest International League 1951-1952; Arizona-Mexico League 1956; Mexican Pacific League 1977-1991; Mexican League 2005-2008
- Affiliation: St. Louis Browns 1949
- Ballpark CaliMax Stadium
Founded in 2004 as the Tijuana Toros, this Mexican League team made a strong debut, drawing a minor-league-high 12,000 fans per game that year. In 2005 they changed their name to the Potros (Colts) and performed very well, making the North Division finals before losing in 7 games to Saltillo. However, they were gone by the end of the 2008 season.
An earlier incarnation of the team played in southwestern leagues in the 1950s as the Tijuana Colts and/or Tijuana Potros.
From 1977-1991, another Potros de Tijuana club played in the Mexican Pacific League, taking titles in 1987/88 and 1990/91. The Potros ceased operations after winning the '91 championship.
|1949||58-68 overall||6th||Bruce Ogrodowski||none||Salinas moved to Tijuana on August 5|
|1950||70-77||5th||Zenon Ochoa / Enrique Fernandez / Butch Moran|
|1951||65-79||7th||Luis Montes de Oca / Enrique Fernandez|
|1952||80-56||1st||Fernando Paredes||none League Champs|
|1956||17-59||--||Virgilio Arteaga||--||Team disbanded on June 28|
|2005||64-46||2nd||Raul Cano / Jose Bellazetin||Lost in 3rd round|
|2006||58-52||8th||Jose Bellazetin / Houston Jimenez||Lost in 1st round|
|2007||48-59||11th||Alex Taveras / Juan José Pacho|
Year-by-Year Record - LMP
|1980-81||Did not enter|
|1983-84||47-27||José Guerrero||1st Round|
|1985-86||37-34||Jorge Fitch||Semi Final|
|1986-87||25-34||Jorge Fitch||Runner Up|
|1988-89||Did not enter|