The Cañeros de Los Mochis (English: Los Mochis Sugar Cane Growers) are a professional baseball team based in Los Mochis, Sinaloa, Mexico. They compete in the Mexican Pacific League (LMP). The team plays at the Estadio Emilio Ibarra Almada with a capacity of 12,500 seated spectators.

The Cañeros have won the LMP championship four times in 1968–69, 1983–84, 2002–03 and most recently in 2022–23.


Cañeros de Los Mochis made their debut on 25 October 1947 in the Liga de la Costa del Pacífico (Pacific Coast League).

The Cañeros won their first Mexican Pacific League championship during the 1968–69 season, in which the top ranked team by the end of the season were crowned as champions. Los Mochis achieved this on 7 January 1969 by defeating Naranjeros de Hermosillo 6–3 in the final round robin. The team was managed by Benjamín Valenzuela.

In 1983–84, Los Mochis won their second LMP championship and classified for the first time in the team's history to the Caribbean Series. The Cañeros, managed by Vinicio García, defeated the Ostioneros de Guaymas in the final series, 4–2. In the Cañeros' debut at that year's Caribbean Series, the team finished second with a 4–2 record, and three Los Mochis players were included in the All-Star Team: second baseman Juan Francisco Rodríguez, third baseman Aurelio Rodríguez and designated hitter Jim Collins.

The Cañeros won their third LMP championship in the 2002–03 season, managed by Juan Francisco Rodríguez, defeating Yaquis de Obregón in the final series, 4–1. Los Mochis represented Mexico at the 2003 Caribbean Series, where they lost all their six games and ranked last.

The Cañeros won their most recent and fourth championship on January 28th, 2023 for the 2022–23 Mexican Pacific League season. They defeated the Algodoneros de Guasave in six games.