If You Were Involved In Independent Baseball As A Player, Employee, Manager, Executive, Umpire, Announcer, Or Any Other Role Then Be Sure To Get Your Free:
Independent professional baseball, as it exists today, started in 1993 with the Frontier League and Northern League. Since that time, nearly 300 independent baseball teams and nearly 30 independent baseball leagues have taken the field.
To learn about the history of each team and league click the appropriate link. If the team or league is no longer in existence then you will be taken to a page which has several resources including player statistics, logos, history, and much more.
Also, many of the current teams and leagues have pages on their websites which track the progress of their alumni who now play in higher-level affiliated leagues. You will find those alumni sites on this page.
Finally, one of the best sources for tracking the progress of independent baseball alumni is to subscribe to Bob Wirz’s weekly column. On the side of this website, scroll down until you see his name. Click the link to his blog and then, once on his blog, click the link to subscribe to his column. He does the industry a great service by tracking former players, especially those who are now in the Major Leagues.
Alumni Who Played In The Current Independent Baseball Leagues
- American Association
- Atlantic League
- Can-Am League
- Frontier League
- Pacific Association
- Pecos League
- United League
- Freedom Professional Baseball League
Former Independent Professional Baseball Leagues And Teams (Click The Link)
There are several good books about the independent professional baseball leagues. You are welcome to see a list of suggestions through this link: Books Get notified of upcoming independent baseball tryouts from either of these services: first service or the second service. Prospective players can find some helpful resources here We will be providing a growing list of possibly helpful tips and suggestions on various baseball information. This will range from "how to" information about baseball skills all the way to helpful information for casual baseball fans. Please click the link for more information: Tips And How To Information