Prospective Independent Baseball Players Get Advice From Experts

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

Current college baseball players, college baseball coaches and family members, players recently released from Major League organizations, and others who want to have one more chance at pro baseball often contact this site (and other sites) looking for information on independent baseball tryouts.  They also ask about what it takes to make an independent baseball team.

A new interview series has come out which addresses virtually every question which prospective players and their coaches & families have about independent baseball.  Recorded interviews include those with independent baseball managers, coaches, directors of player development, general managers, and independent baseball media. 

The website is http://www.IndependentBaseballTryouts.net

Even though most of the questions we receive are about tryouts, and many of the searches in Google revolve around tryouts, all of the experts interviewed agree that most players are not prepared enough about the business and lifestyle changes of professional baseball.  These interviews help players learn what they need to know before attending an independent baseball league tryout or another pro minor league baseball open tryout.

If you run a baseball-related website, forum, blog, or other website (related to pro baseball or college baseball) then know that there is an affiliate program where you have an incentive to refer the interviews.  Use the contact e-mail on the http://www.IndependentBaseballTryouts.net website for more information. The process to become an affiliate is free to you if your state allows it.


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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