Pecos Developmental League
Tution for Pecos Developmental League Summer 2013. Local player or player with housing in Houston
Pecos Developmental League
Tution for Pecos Developmental League Summer 2013
Welcome to the homepage of the Pecos Spring League. The Pecos Spring League is the number one showcase for Free Agent and Rookie Baseball Players.
The Pecos Spring League will be in its third year in 2014 and in 2013 the Pecos Spring League establised itself as the Premier Developmental League in the United States.
The Event is league sponsored which results in the highest level of players which is closest players can get to real professional league.
Games are played every other day in Houston Texas and South Houston Texas. All Games have detailed stories, pictures and Pointstreak Stats.
If you are looking to play professional baseball in 2014 the Pecos Spring League is the place to be!
The majority of our better players get promoted to higher level jobs every year.
The Pecos League has decided it is in the best of interest of the players and the league not to sign any players from developmental leagues or for profit showcases.
For those who elect to attend a showcase or developmental league we offer the Pecos Spring League.
With sponsors it is 1/2 of the cost of other developmental leagues and we can guarantee we will sign players to the regular season teams.
The talent level in the Pecos Spring League is also much higher than other developmental leagues.|
The Pecos Spring League is a one month 80 player showcase for Free Agents, recent College Graduates, and players who are looking to get into Independent Professional Baseball.
The Pecos Spring League operates during the month of March in Houston Texas and is the official developmental league of the Pecos League of Professional Baseball Clubs.
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About Pecos League
The Pecos League of Professional Baseball Clubs operates from May to August and currently has the following teams: (Alpine Cowboys,
Las Vegas Train Robbers,
Santa Fe Fuego,
and White Sands Pupfish).
The Pecos League is an independent professional baseball league Headquartered in Houston, Tx. which operates in cities in desert mountain regions throughout New Mexico, Southern Colorado and West Texas.
Pecos Teams play in cities that do not have Major or Minor League Baseball teams and is not affiliated with either.
The Pecos League is where the Land of Enchantment meets the Lone Star State. The league's high power offenses are fueled by high altitudes and smaller ballparks.
The Pecos League is home to high altitude baseball where our average elevation is 4870.
Our players come from all over the US and all over the world and are a combination of rising stars, falling stars, shooting stars and athletes with stars in their eyes.
Our communities take tremendous pride in their teams. The Pecos League has promoted 176 players to higher independent and affiliated teams in the summer 2011-2012-2013.
The Pecos League has had eight players sign contracts with Major League Baseball Organizations in the past two years.
In 2013 The Pecos Spring League will be a source for Independent Players Across the USA March 5- March 28 in Houston, Texas.
The Pecos League continues to be the place for players rookie players to catapult into Professional Baseball.
In 2013 the Pecos Spring League will be the primary source for first year players to get jobs in the Pecos League.
The Pecos League will not sign players from any other developmental league, winter league or fall league.
Players are encouraged to fly into Hobby Airport and arriving on March 5 and departing on March 28
The Pecos Spring League will house from March 5-March 28 players at:
If you need additional nights Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Sun Suites Inn
12485 Gulf Freeway
Houston, Texas 77034
These fees include the following, housing at hotel. Coaches fees, uniforms, helmets.
Players are responsible for food, transportation to and from Houston Texas. Players need to bring the following equipment. Gloves, White Pants, Grey Pants, Helmet, Plastic Molded Cleats, Spikes.
With the Independent baseball season starting in May 2013, many players are trying to get their foot in the door of Pro Ball with fewer and fewer opportunities. The Pecos Spring League is bringing opportunities to players, coaches and umpires in an event packed month of March. The League has local sponsors so the costs are about Ĺ of the costs of other leagues.
For those that are looking for an additional opportunity, the Pecos Spring League may be the most viable option, the Pecos Spring League is a feeder league for the Full Season Pecos League of Professional Baseball Clubs. The Pecos League of Professional Baseball Clubs moved more than 40 of its players to higher leagues and gave around 249 players the opportunity to play ball in New Mexico and West Texas.
This season the Pecos Spring League will open its doors to all Independent Leagues and affliated teams who might be searching for players to finalize their roster. The location of the Pecos Spring League is much different than other leagues. It will be located in Houston, Texas. Texas has never had such a developmental league. There are other such leagues that have existed in Arizona and California but this will be a first for the Lone Star State. The Full Season Pecos League will be offering around 50 Spring Training Invites and this gives local Texas Players a huge chance to test the waters for a month with actual Pecos League Coaches. This is an instructional business and is a real opportunity for those players who literally slipped through the cracks and need the chance to play.
The Pecos Spring League is ideal for players that did not get full opportunities at the college level to get exposure and possibly a spring training invite. The League is also ideal for players who are coming off of injuries. The league will begin March 5th and conclude March 28th at Coastal Baseball Park in Houston Texas. Coastal Baseball Park features artificial turf infields to battle Houstonís rain.
Playing in the Pecos Spring League does not effect eligbility for college players that are red-shirting or not playing for whatever reason.
See Players offered contracts for 2012 season
Christy Park South Houston, Texas
Christy Park was rebuilt in 2012 and refitted with a brand new playing surface and great Musco Lights
||Coastal Baseball Park-Houston, Texas
Houston, Texas Coastal Baseball Complex
7320 South Sam Houston Parkway/Houston, Texas 77075 (Beltway 8 feeder in between Telephone and Mykawa)
Two Fields both artifical infields. Game field has a batters eye.
Games will be scored using Pointstreak.