Avid baseball fan. Amateur baseball artist. Member of the IBWAA (Internet Baseball Writers Association of America). If it’s summer, you can find me at a ballpark. I prefer the minors and independent ball over the major leagues. The Washington Wild Things of the Frontier League (and the Pittsburgh Pirates) are technically my “hometown” teams, but I’m always up for taking a baseball road trip!
I am fascinated by independent baseball and the stories that come out of the leagues around the country. I’m just trying to share some of those with you and give independent baseball players a voice. Check out my page “Why I Love Independent Baseball” to read my story.
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Hi! Thanks so much for sharing your blogging story on Tan-Ja.com. It has generated a lot of interest already. Good luck, blogging!
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Cool blog! I am very envious of cities with Indy League teams, having enjoyed five seasons of Indy Ball a LONG time ago in my hometown: 1994-97 Tyler WildCatters/2001 Tyler Roughnecks … the summers have been vacant ever since … 😦
Here’s a story I wrote about the Newburgh Newts.
I flew to Cincinnati to see some Reds games. On my way, I looked at the Southwest magazine. I was very happy to find an article from Kimberley Lovato, called Baseball comes to Napa. It is an article about the Napa team in the Pacific Association. She did a great job of catching the spirit of it. I would recommend trying to get it. I will be gone until October — so if you do not get it by then — I will be glad to mail you the magazine. (I have asked the author for permission to e-mail it)
Amazing blog by an amazing person. You turned me into a indy baseball fan. I know it wasn’t an easy task lol
Forgot about the pacific association.
They haven’t been a league since before COVID hit, and they have definitely been in stories in the past on here.