Independent Baseball Weekly Recap

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Independent Baseball Weekly Recap

The independent baseball world has had some updates during this week of the off-season.  Here are some of the developments, broken down by specific league:


Sioux City Explorers sign Steve Montgomery as the 2014 field manager

Photo of the championship rings for the Gary Southshore RailCats

City of Joplin council votes to move forward with formal proposal to relocate El Paso Diablos\


Southern Maryland Blue Crabs manager Patrick Osborn leaves to manage a Yankees Gulf Coast League team

Lawsuit filed over loan payments for Camden Riversharks stadium
Sugar Land Skeeters Hot Stove Banquet on January 30

Interesting story about the baseball operations manager of the York Revolution leaving the organization to join the Tampa Bay Rays organization.




Mike Veeck (owner of team in the AA) to speak at Normal Cornbelters Hot Stove Banquet:




Official press release for the Bisbee Blue and Douglas Diablos:

More on Bisbee 


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1 Comment

  1. Are they “in a league of their own?” Brisbee and Douglas are set to play each other 23 times on their 70 game schedules. Some of the teams in the Pecos they NEVER play. Yeah, that’s fair. And Douglas does ALL the travelling to any northern division teams played, and set to be on the road MORE than at home. Why IS that? Favoritism? Planned ineptitude?

    Meanwhile, Taos and Las Vegas who are IN the same division are only set to play each other THREE times! Is this scheduler high on drugs?

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