New Executive Team Members For Na Koa Ikaika Maui

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The Na Koa Ikaika Maui (Maui Strong Warriors) announced two new members of its executive team.  In addition the head of the ownership mentioned the name “World Independent Baseball League” and discussions of further independent baseball expansion in Hawaii, Japan and possibly other Pacific Rim areas.

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  1. Thanks for finally finding some news from teams out of the NAL. But it sounds like Maui is getting too far ahead of itself, when it first needs to establish its presence on the islands, but it with the NAL or not. Maybe a four to six team islands only league needs to be set up, and I think they have enough big towns to do it. They haven’t scratched Honolulu yet, and unless U of Hawaii is a major draw, I think it should fly, given that you can bring a good level of entertainment to wherever they play.

    Is travel to the Pacific Rim shorter and easier than flying to CA? If that is the case, then a “World League” (already a misnomer) could be possible. Link up the indy teams in Japan and Korea, and other places that they could play…Philippines? Indonesia? Wild ideas!

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