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Minor League Player Alumni

If you play or have played Minor League baseball for an MLB affiliated team, join here and the Minor League Alumni group badge will be displayed on your profile page.

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Comment by Jeremy Todd on December 9, 2009 at 2:07pm
Thanks for the info on the emails. How would I go about getting in the database for the addresses? Are there any coaching jobs listed in this website. I am wanting to find something in the Southeast?
Comment by Tim Sommer on December 9, 2009 at 1:47pm
In writing my book, BEATING ABOUT THE BUSHES, I came across several data bases with useful information.One has the complete career stats for every player, including minor leagues and the entire roster for any team he played on. Another data base is the home address for 90% of all living major league players, umpires and coaches. I also have access to a data base for e-mail addresses if there is enough info inputted.
Comment by MLPO.ORG on December 9, 2009 at 12:24pm
Nodody is giving out email addressess for some reason. Let me know if you find any. It would be great to have a master email list of coaches, scouts, players, and gm's...
Comment by Jeremy Todd on December 9, 2009 at 11:59am
I played for the Mets, Rockies, White Sox, And Dodger organizations. I am just wanting to keep in touch everyone. Are there any email lists of coaches in Organizations? I am having a hard time contacting any of my former coaches.
Comment by John Fitzgerald on November 17, 2009 at 12:13am
I'm looking for current minor league players to blog about the upcoming season. No pay, but ad revenue sharing and hopefully we can help you find sponsorship and opportunities to give lessons in your hometown.

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Comment by MLPO.ORG on October 28, 2009 at 1:20pm
Hey James, check us out
Comment by James Holcomb on October 28, 2009 at 11:44am
6 years Los Angeles Angels...Major League Spring trainging 2006. Now doing pitching lessons in Plainfield, IL
Comment by MLPO.ORG on October 27, 2009 at 1:05pm
We have created the for all players who want to give back to the "Game" everything that the "Game" has given to them. Check us out at We could use all the Agents we can find...
Comment by Don Ervin on October 27, 2009 at 12:55pm
No, I am beyond the age of playing, although I can still throw decent batting practice to high school and college players, I am also an excellent and very conscientious grounds keeper and am for hire. I certainly do enjoy conveying my many years of experience, knowledge, and teaching ability's to those I am fortunate enough to have an opportunity to work with and also in keeping a ball field in immaculate playing condition.
I think that the alumni badge is very neat and certainly would like for the check swing network authorities to entertain the possibility of making patches etc. for all of their membership to acquire,
Also if the check swing network authority's or any one else are interested in some fantastic, unequaled, totally interesting old time minor league baseball, check with, John Hall, at< phone# 573-445-8125 you will not believe the latitude of what John has accomplished in his remarkable and endless quest of contacting and compiling records of minor league baseball players of yesteryear from all over the world. John's story is truly an unusual and astronomical story of a very dedicated unselfish individual who cares very deeply about people in general.
The MLBBP Assoc. minor league baseball players association patch which could have ex-player noted on it is also another neat one to go with the MLBA patch, insignia as a remembrance of one's minor league playing times.
Just some food for thought, let me know if my comments are of any interest or value to anyone.
Don Ervin
Comment by Steve Kent on October 8, 2009 at 2:15pm
what's up guys? i have a great opportunity for former and minor league players. i am involved with a company called exfuze. exfuze is a product used by several players in the major leagues right now. if you are looking for something to do and want to create some residual income please contact me. visit the website for more info. thanks everyone and have a great offseason.

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