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Players Looking To Play Pro

This group is for players who have a burning desire play professionally after college. Any and all information on tryouts and showcases is greatly appreciated!

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2017 Arizona Winter League Registration Open

Started by Stephen Bedford. Last reply by Stephen Bedford Apr 4. 1 Reply

The Arizona Winter League is an annual winter baseball league held in Yuma, Arizona, during the month of February, that focuses on helping both current and aspiring professional baseball players…Continue

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Atlantic League Tryouts

Started by Bill Stanton Feb 5. 0 Replies

Open Tryouts For Many Atlantic League Teams02/04/2016 3:38 PM -Players can earn a spot on an ALPB roster this…Continue

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Registration for the 2016 Arizona Winter League Now Open!

Started by Stephen Bedford. Last reply by Stephen Bedford Jan 8. 6 Replies

The Arizona Winter League (formerly the Texas Winter League) is an annual winter baseball league that focuses on helping both current and aspiring professional baseball players improve their skills…Continue

Bullpen Catcher lookng to land a job professionally

Started by Tad Robert Margolies. Last reply by HENRY MUNEVAR Mar 1, 2015. 7 Replies

My name is Tad Margolies and I am currently looking to become a professional bullpen catcher.  I played 2 years at Bluffton University and 2 years at Bowling Green State University.  This past summer…Continue

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Comment by Chris Paterson on November 15, 2011 at 2:42pm


Pecos League Professional Baseball Tryout


PRO BASEBALL TRYOUT  DEC 4TH IN RIVERSIDE, CA AT LA SIERRA UNIVERSITY. 10 AM, PRO SCOUTS AND COACHES THERE. COME OUT and tryout  cost is only 50 dollars and you can register at the field before the tryout. Professional contracts will be given out to players that can play at this level. Make your dreams of pro ball come true.

Comment by Clayton VanderLaan on November 4, 2011 at 1:16am
I understand that, but I played hurt the first half of the year. If you were to follow my stats after I got my injury taken care of my ERA was a 2.40
Comment by pw on November 3, 2011 at 4:22pm

Clay if you were given a  chance to sign last year  , you should have taken it. Also you need to get your ERA way down, Your 5.56 ERA in 2011 will get you released fast in indy or affiliate ball. If any player wants to play at the next level they should dominate at the college level. Start dominating at the Div 2 level ERA under 3.00 and opponents batting average under .230 not  .330 like you had.

Anyone giving you advice without researching your playing history is not doing a disservice.

Pro ball is way stronger compeition that college ball.

Comment by Mike Pisaniello on November 3, 2011 at 8:17am
Clay - feel free to drop me a line and I'll send you a GSB Player sheet to fill out.
Comment by Clayton VanderLaan on November 3, 2011 at 12:20am
To Whom It May Concern,

My name is Clay VanderLaan and I am a 6'0" 195 lb RHP from Houston, Tx in my senior year of College. I am currently at Cameron University, a D2 in Lawton, OK, prior to here I pitched at Michigan State University of the Big Ten Conference.Although I am talking to different MLB scouts and was given a chance at a free agent contract last summer I realize that there is obviously no garuntee of an affiliated contract after this season, I am reaching out to anyone to tell you my desire of playing professional baseball in any form. If there is any way for someone to come watch me throw this year it would be GREATLY appreciated, I can send you a schedule as soon as one is finalized. Below is some basic info on myself.

FB: 89-91
Secondary: Knuckle Curve, Circle Change, Cutter

Ht/Wt: 6'0" 195lbs

Cell #: 281-386-6702

Thank you so much for your time,

Clayton VanderLaan
Comment by rick bradberry on October 27, 2011 at 9:52am
does any one know of a men's senior baseball league in the tri cities area.  preferably 50 or 60 and over leauge.  call me if you need a player please at 7708750151.  3rd basement.  15 years in msbl atlanta, just moved to the tri cities area.
Comment by Carlos Nunez on October 20, 2011 at 12:43am

Looking to play at the next level, The PRIBL could help you to get the exposure necessary to find your dream. Write me and email to We were here to help you.

Comment by Carlos Nunez on September 21, 2011 at 11:19pm

Interested players looking to play professionally in 2012 season at different levels please email

Carlos Nunez

Comment by Mike Pisaniello on August 25, 2011 at 5:35pm
Joel - feel free to contact me if you need procurement help. or go to my site
Comment by Joel Hartman on August 25, 2011 at 4:52pm

If you are interested in playing professional baseball in 2012, send me an email. I am in the running for a field manager job in an independent league for the 2012 season, and I will be looking for players. 

or check my website: 


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