The San Antonio Bronchos were a minor league baseball team based in San Antonio, Texas, that played in the South Texas League (1903-1906) and Texas League (1907-1919). The team was also known as the Mustangs (1903-04),Warriors (1905), and Aces (1919).:272
The team won two league championships. The first was in the South Texas League in their inaugural season of 1903, under the guidance of manager Wade Moore. They won their second in 1908, while a member of the Texas League under managers George Leidy and Pat Newnam. In July 1907, the Bronchos lost a game played at Riverside Park in Austin by a 44-0 score, when they made a farce of the second game of a doubleheader, after forfeiting the first game over disagreements with the umpire.
In 1904, the league started as Class D, then became Class C on June 15.
|1910||C||74-62||.544||3rd (t)||7||George Leidy|||
John Thomas Kibler
|1916||B||66-79||.455||6th (t)||19||George Leidy
In 1918, the league suspended operations on July 7.