For Those In College Baseball

If you need hard-to-get tickets to sporting events and other live entertainment events then click this link to find available tickets:

Also, be sure to get actual and print-on-demand memorabilia and merchandise from independent baseball teams (active and now defunct) starting at this link: Go Here

If you are currently a college baseball player, college baseball coach, or the parent of  a college baseball player then you may have some confusion about the independent professional baseball industry.  Over time, this page will offer you resources to help you:

  • understand what independent baseball is
  • help you discover independent baseball league tryout information
  • help you stay on the “radar” of independent baseball teams if you feel that you (or your player) have been overlooked
  • learn what it takes to become a first-year professional baseball player
  • learn the new role that parents must accept if their son becomes an independent pro baseball player
  • much more

All of the above topics (and more) are covered in a new interview series done with independent baseball experts.  They include managers, general managers, directors of player development, baseball media members, and more.  Be sure to discover exactly what is expected of you BEFORE your next independent league tryout when you visit:

Also, be sure to join the database which notifies you of tryouts, winter leagues, fall leagues, and other opportunities to get signed by an independent minor league baseball team.  Click this link to get started:

Independent Baseball League Tryouts



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

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