The Kochi Fighting Dogs of the Shikoku Island League Plus will once again be having open tryouts in the United States over the next few months.
The Shikoku Island League Plus has four teams and is part of the Japan Independent Baseball League Organization.
The tryouts, which will be held in California, Florida and Texas, cost $100 for all players who pre-register and $125 for players paying the day of the tryout.
For more information, questions, or to pre-register, email Zak Colby at: firstname.lastname@example.org
2 thoughts on “Japanese Professional Baseball Tryouts Coming to the US”
Be aware of this money making SCAM. I was at 2 of their tryouts
and know of the Florida ones that took place. Maybe 1 players was signed! I saw a player againist live pitching go 3 for 3 with a walk and home run making 3 bullet stops at 3rd and all they said was he did not have a good glove and they could not use him. Pretty sketchy for the others who performed well and traveled to be there just to be told NO. At least 10-12 players performed well enough to be signed. Sad!! Do your research .
EVERY pro baseball tryout is a way to make money. Only a few guys ever sign… that’s just the reality of tryouts at this point. I know a few guys who did sign from these tryouts the last couple of years, so it does happen, just not often. The same thing happens during Frontier tryouts as well.