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  • ABL alums chase opportunities in AFL

    SYDNEY, 9 October - When the Minor League season ends, MLB's top prospects flock to the fields of the Phoenix metropolitan area, turning baseball's Spring Training grounds into a postseason paradise. Seven former ABL players are among those headed to the Arizona Fall League. MORE »
  • Asia Series officially cancelled for 2014

    INCHEON, South Korea, 7 October - The participating committee members of the Asia Series reached a unanimous decision at the recent Asia Series Steering Committee meeting held in Incheon, Korea, that Asia Series 2014 has been officially cancelled due to irreconcilable scheduling conflicts and several extenuating circumstances. MORE »
  • Rangers' Deglan, Buckel to join Aces

    MELBOURNE, 29 September -When top Texas Rangers draft picks Kellin Deglan and Cody Buckel make their way down under for the commencement of the ABL's fifth season, both imports have something to prove and will be looking to do it with the Jet Couriers Melbourne Aces. MORE »
  • Tampa Bay contribute again to Bandits roster

    As Major League Baseball (MLB) closes the books on another season, the Brisbane Bandits are welcoming four promising players from the Tampa Bay Rays to join the Bandits for the 2014/2015 ABL Season. The Bandits have enjoyed an especially close relationship with the Rays, based in Tampa Bay, Florida, and all four players come with strong backgrounds that will help the Bandits fight for their first Claxton Shield. MORE »
  • Bite ink three core players for 2014/15 season

    The SA Power Networks Adelaide Bite is proud to announce the retention of three of its core players leading up to the 2014/15 ABL Season. MORE »
  • Aussie legend Nilsson returns to manage Bandits

    David Nilsson, arguably the greatest Australian baseball player to ever play the game, will be returning to lead the Brisbane Bandits towards the Claxton Shield this season. MORE »
  • Blue Sox re-sign stars Kandilas, Van Steensel, Oeltjen

    The Sydney Blue Sox have put themselves at the forefront of the ABL premiership race with three key re-signings in the last week, inking deals with stars David Kandilas, Todd Van Steensel and Trent Oeltjen. MORE »
  • Lloyd, Hughes help in Emeralds triumph

    MIYAZAKI, Japan - When Luke Hughes and Graeme Lloyd return to the Perth Heat for the Australian Baseball League season this year, they'll each be carrying an extra piece of hardware. The pair are set to come back to Western Australia from the IBAF Women's Baseball World Cup in Japan with bronze medals as first-time members of the coaching staff for the Emeralds. MORE »
  • ABL alumni enjoying MLB success

    baseballers who practiced their trade in Australia - nine players and one manager - are currently active in MLB. They range from human web gem and outfielder Kevin Kiermaier of the Tampa Bay Rays, to Netherlands native/Arizona Diamondbacks infielder Didi Gregorius and Houston Astros interim manager Tom Lawless, who helmed a team in the original ABL for a season. MORE »