Head Of Umpires Announced For United League

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The Fort Worth Cats website reported that Chris Booker will be the head of umpires for the 2013 regular season, evidently under the United League banner.  Whether the Texas teams will be the same as last year – all in Texas and under the North American League official title – or as a circuit with changes from last year is still yet to be announced formally.


Booker will be holding umpire clinics at LaGrave Field according to the article:

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  1. How many teams are coming back to the United League? If we knew how many umpires were going to work the UBL, we might know. But again none of these clowns wants to tip there hand on real facts!

    This group is always so slow and mysterious to determine and announce its intentions. They always wait until the year turns before we know if they will even exist. Of course they love to dabble in legal problems. You won’t get maybe tickets sold ahead that way, boys.

    So what is it this year, Pierce? Going down with the NAL ship, or trying to cut your connections and be a bona fide indy league again. Maybe it’s just time for you to realize that you are in over your head. Why not combine with the Pecos that seems to be growing the right way? But then of course both organization leaders are selfish to do it all themselves, rather than to really promote the love of the game well. Philosophical or practical differences, I suppose. It’s a wonder any player or manager even gets noticed in these leagues. Sic.

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