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. All Games have detailed stories, pictures and stats.
If you are looking to play professional baseball in 2021 the Pecos Spring League is the place to be!
The following teams will be signing players from the Pecos Spring League in 2021
The Pecos Spring League is the only affiliated developmental spring/winter baseball league, sponsored by the professional independent Pecos League of Professional Baseball Clubs.
By being affiliated with the Pecos League you have the best chance of getting an Independent League Contract and/or being put on the radar of an affiliated team to get signed.
The way to judge spring/winter leagues is how many people make opening day rosters not spring training rosters.
This is a great way to get started in professional baseball and a great investment in your baseball career.
The Pecos Spring League is the lowest cost Developmental League starting as low as $1250 per player for three weeks of baseball.
At the end of the Pecos Spring League players will get signed with realistic chances of making clubs they are signed to.
Below are the names/numbers of players who were signed:
Welcome to the homepage of the Pecos Spring League.
The Pecos Spring League is the number one showcase for Undrafted Free Agent and Rookie Baseball Players.
Players attend the Pecos Spring League in hopes of signing and independent contract.
The Pecos Spring League is from March 5-March 28, 2021 in Houston, Texas.
In 2021 the Houston Apollos will serve as the travel in the American Association. The Apollos will play a 100 game season beginning in May.
The Apollos have played in the Spring League since 2012.
In 2020 the Salina Stockade joined the Pecos League again as one of the four teams that played a season in Houston.
The Stockade have played in the Spring League since 2017
In 2019 the Pecos League operated the Salina Stockade in the final year of Pacific Association.
In 2018, The Stockade served as the 2nd International Team in the Can Am League.
In 2018 the Pecos League owned and operated the Salina Stockade which served as the travel team in the CanAm League.
In 2017 the Pecos League owned and operated the Salina Stockade which served as the travel team in the American Association.
10 of the players that played on Salina's roster had played in the Pecos Spring League in 2016 or 2017.
In addition, 13 players that played in the Pecos Spring League were regular starters in the Can Am or American Association in 2017.
In 2018 the Pecos League owned and operated the Hollywood Stars which served as the travel team in the CanAm League.
At the conclusion of the Pecos Spring League the Houston Apollos played two games against the Tijuana Toros from the AAA Mexican League.
The Toros are believed by many to be the best team in North American outside of MLB.
The Toros won the Mexican League title in 2017 and the team featured several ex MLB players including Jorge Cantu.
The game was the highest level of baseball any of the players will likely ever see.
74% of players in the 2017 Season received Spring Training Invites. This is the highest percentage of any developmental league or showcase.
63% of players in the 2015 Season Got Offered Spring Training Invites.
65% of players in the 2015 Season Got Offered Spring Training Invites.
9 players received college baseball offers.
64% of players in the 2014 Season Got Offered Spring Training Invites.
68% of players in the 2013 Season Got Offered Spring Training Invites. 43% of these players made opening day rosters. 14% of the players made the Pecos League All Star Game.
Over 26 players have signed Major League Affiliated contracts from the Pecos League in the last three years.
The Pecos Spring League will be in its seventh year in 2018 and in 2013 the Pecos Spring League established itself as the Premier Developmental League in the United States.
JD Droddy Manager of 2016 Pecos League Champion Tucson Saguaros
"We had two players from our championship team that came from the Spring League.
It is ideal for players with no prior experience."
Chris Treibt Manager of the 2015 Pecos League Champion Roswell Invaders
"We had three players from our championship team that came from the Spring League.
The Spring League is a great to place to get things figured out. I have been involved with other Winter Leagues and this is the place to go if you actually want to get a contract.
The age limit really makes a difference in the Pecos League and gives you a chance to get a job."
Bill Moore Manager of the 2014 Pecos League Champion Santa Fe Fuego
"The Pecos Spring League had players that helped me build my championship team.
Any player that is free agent and wants a real shot at making a roster at playing Independent Baseball this is the league. The Pecos League runs the League to get players.
There are so many leagues charging players money with no where to send the players this is not the case with the Pecos Spring League. The Pecos League has the jobs for players 25 and under."
Matt McDermott IndependentBaseball.net
"The Pecos Spring League is the best option for a player trying to play professional baseball who does not affiliated experience. With the age limit of the Pecos League, players have a real chance of making an opening day roster."
"Edison Alvarez-Pitcher in CanAm League Pecos Spring League Player 2013/2014-Manager of Monterey Amberjacks 2018-
"I think the Pecos Spring League is great because there is no DH and Houston is Great. I have been to many camps where the pitchers just do PFP's and waste time on the side.
In the Pecos Spring League you are in every game many even as pinch hitter. And it gives you a chance to hit. I like to hit and I like the schedule playing every team. It is good to get ready for season or to get a new job."