The Winnipeg Goldeyes announced yesterday that the organization will start the American Association season in Jackson, Tennessee, home to the former Southern League Jackson Generals.
In a press release from the Frontier League’s Deputy Commissioner Steve Tahsler, it was announced the Hall of Fame Committee had selected six players from three different decades along with two special contributors.
In May, the sights and sounds of Ozinga Field will return as the Windy City ThunderBolts take the field.
It was announced today the American Association’s Cleburne Railroaders will be take the field with a new look in 2021.
The Evansville Otters are looking for a successful 2021 season after missing a year due to the global pandemic.
After a year of incredible feedback on my first piece and many changes within independent baseball, I decided to write a follow-up in the hopes of continuing to inform and spread the word of independent baseball.
With the official announcement being made today, the Lexington Legends have found a new home with the Atlantic League of Professional Baseball, one of three MLB Partner Leagues. The former Class A affiliate of the Kansas City Royals were not included as part of the new 120-team MiLB structure. The Legends were three-time champions ofContinue reading “Lexington Legends join Atlantic League”
Mike Pinto’s journey into independent baseball began when he stepped foot on the diamond as a coach for his son’s little league team. What started as a father teaching his son and teammates the game of baseball led to Pinto crouching behind home plate at Rent One Park, catching first pitches from his son andContinue reading “In the Dugout with Mike Pinto”
Frontier League adds new family member to their league.