Indy Ball Tryouts

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Here is a list of current independent baseball tryouts and instructional leagues. I will try to update as often as possible when new tryouts come to my attention. Players – be sure to bookmark this page and check back frequently!

The majority of tryouts have been postponed. Due to the uncertainty surrounding independent baseball, new dates will be posted once it is officially known they will occur.

FRONTIER LEAGUE 

ATLANTIC LEAGUE 

AMERICAN ASSOCIATION

BLACK SOX BASEBALL

Florida League, Texas, North East League (New Jersey), Professional Spring Training Trip across the country.

The Black Sox baseball league has leagues and workouts in Florida, Texas and New Jersey. There will also be opportunities to join the traveling Black Sox team that plays against various professional teams during their respective spring training schedules.

The Black Sox Baseball League was created as a competitive league for players who have or are looking to obtain contracts to play professional baseball in 2020. The purpose of the league is to guide professional grade players to the destination that will allow them to advance their professional career.

For more information or to register – Black Sox Baseball League.

PECOS LEAGUE

INSTRUCTIONAL WINTER LEAGUE

35 thoughts on “Indy Ball Tryouts”

    1. It’s a winter league. You pay a lot of money, they promise scouts will be there, some guys get signed, most get released during spring training… honestly the same thing that happens everywhere.

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    1. Those vary with different league rules. Frontier is 27. The United Shore has an age limit (I think…) and everyone else really doesn’t. The Pecos claims to have one, but older players still play in the league if approved.

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  1. Hi Ms. Thompson I’m a ball player with various scholarships to play college baseball at the moment. I’m 23 years old though and my dream is to play in Japan. Will any independent Japanese Baseball League teams be hosting tryouts in America? I’m from Florida so if they were in the south that would be preferable. I’m really just trying to find the right scouting event to attend.

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  2. There is a Post-Draft tryout for the Frontier League, being hosted by the Evansville Otters and Joliet Slammers on Monday, June 17th in Westfield, IN. An Arizona Diamondbacks rep will also be in attendance. Email for tryout flyer is attached below.

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  3. I can’t get there but I was signed by the Newly formed southwest league of professional baseball January and it never happened: verified at 96 at the Atlantic league tryout. I played JUCO and NBC but having a hard time getting a look because I have no professional experience.

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  4. Is there an age limit for any of the leagues? And are there any walk on tryouts? I played on Amateur league here in Pinellas county Florida and attended a Indy pro showcase a couple years ago. I know that I have what it takes to get to the minors and then the major leagues but I keep getting over looked by scouts.

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  5. hey my name is edwin rodriguez I was playin for the phillies around 6 years int he minor league system and I am looking for a opportunity I from dominican republic

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  6. Do not go to the Prospect Dugout tryout in FL. I went this past year and it was awful. They admit way too many people and then don’t know how to organize them all. They tried to force people to leave by requiring you be at the field 7 hours before your game. You’ll be in front of a scout for at most 5 minutes the entire time. Save your money and go to a smaller workout.

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  7. Hi my name is reed jones I’m 20 yrs old from Maryland and am looking to further myself in the leaugue I’ve played for fifteen years throughout high school and public leagues I was always the fastest runner have a beautiful natural curve when I pitch could hit the ball and steal a base and play outfield like Nobody’s business please if any one has anything that would help contact me at 410-463-2489 or email me

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