Difference Between Affiliated And Independent Minor League Baseball

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Kudos to the Midwest Sliders (Frontier League) for posting a page which explains to prospective players, their family members, fans, and the sports media some of the differences between “affiliated” minor league baseball and independent professional baseball.  Here is the link:


http://www.midwestsliders.com/about/AffVsIndProBaseball.html

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  1. Sadly, they did not highlight the primary difference between the indys and the minors: Winning.

    One does not see a 3B in the indys batting .150 “because he needs to get his at-bats” or a pitcher sporting a 9.00 ERA “because he needs to log some innings” — you don’t produce, you’re cut.

    This also leads to REAL pennant races, where the teams care about making the playoffs because the players get paid for another two weeks and the owners get as many as four more home dates.

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