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Let me stop you there for a second. If it sounds familiar, that’s because it is. It’s basically a copycat of the folded Desert League. electricity out in one room The listed owner of this Southwest Professional Baseball League, John Guy, was also a partner in the Desert League and had ties to the failed National Urban Pro Baseball League. The majority of the staff have also been around the lower independent levels for the last few years.

The other league is the Southwest League of Professional Baseball located in Texas and Missouri. This league, which was originally slated to start in 2018 but is now supposed to run in 2019, has four teams listed (Waco, Royse City, Joplin and an unnamed Dallas team). electricity grounding works The league had previously stated that there would be six teams, but it seems a little late in the game for two more teams to be added. The four confirmed teams are all said to have stadiums, but some of the pictures under their stadium information section are just computer generated. But don’t worry, you can buy merchandise for the teams!

I had many players message me asking about this league, so I contacted the owner, Mark Schuster, to ask if he would do a Q & A through email as I have done in the past with every start up. At first, he seemed very eager to answer all of my questions. That was until I sent him the email with the questions. He ignored that email and the multiple follow-up emails I have sent.

I am going to have to respectfully disagree with you. Most people who read this site do support new independent leagues provided they 1) have a solid, thought out business plan, 2) have a tryout and pay system that does not just allow the players that make it through the season to break even, and 3) actually can deliver on their promises of players getting seen and having a chance at further opportunities. The leagues that have popped up the last several years, with the exception of the USPBL, have had none of these and have really just preyed on young players before disappearing into the night. When a league does have these things, it is supported. mafia 2 gas meter When it is just taking advantage of players and towns, it does not help anyone and poisons the well for future startups and expansion franchises of existing leagues that may be actually well thought out.

And not that she needs my defense, but if you go back through the site, you will see Kayla shows an incredible amount of support to the start up leagues and gives them the benefit of the doubt for as long as she can. But she is not there to support the leagues, she supports the players, So when she and others continuously see players taken advantage of and left in precarious situations by these startups, the common themes among them becomes easier to spot.

I have not weighed in or logged in for awhile but with these new leagues, Players, PLEASE due your research and make sure they are legit before putting out any money!! I get so tired of these scammers using the line ” chase your dreams” just to take advantage of you and take your money. A truly SOLID pro league will not charge a large amount for a tryout. Do the math…$750 x 400 players =$300,000. They then take this amount and pay only what they need to get it started and pocket the rest. If they do pay you your measley $200-300 per month salary to

“chase your dream”, you actually paid yourself from the tryout money they collected. gas prices map Scouts do not come to these leagues as they know that these leagues are not legit. One fact for sure, has any league that Mr. Guy has been associated with ever gone a season as purposed? And a season only month long, come on, sounds like a pay to play to me. There are much better options for players, so do your research before putting out your HARD earned cash to these scammers. natural gas in spanish Oh, one last thought, Kayla has a good site and reputation and after many emails the person in charge won’t respond to her really makes me wonder about their intentions. Mmmmm think about that when doing YOUR research. Good luck yo all…..