• Hartford Off-season/Spring Training

    Spring Training Begins Hartford/Omaha legend returns as hitting coach.  Former first baseman Narahiko Imada has accepted a hitting coach position for the Cheyenne Frontier (A). Imada is a legend for the Harpoon organization...

  • Evolution in the Bayou – A preview of the new-look Trendsetters

    Scott Plack, The Cajun Chronicles February 21st, 2026 As the new baseball season draws near, a new sense of optimism is building in New Orleans. For far too long, the team...

  • No More Nash?

    Scott Plack, The Cajun Chronicles September 22nd, 2025 When you think of New Orleans baseball, you think of a hopeless baseball team with a talented, polished, polite outfielder, trying to right...

  • More losing seasons are taking it’s toll on New Orleans’ fan base

    A curious lack of attendance is causing a budget crunch for the team   Scott Plack, The Cajun Chronicles October 12th, 2024 Despite the New Orleans Trendsetters finishing the season with...

  • W.I.L. Report : Maulers get their long-awaited title

    Manchester wins inaugural Paul Moots Cup Evan Waltham, World Sports Media October 11th, 2024 The Manchester Maulers always felt they were given the short end of the straw. Over a long existance...

  • “The King” hangs up his bat and glove

    The Cajun Chronicles Gary Salisbury January 29th 2024 Yashio, Tokyo, Japan With a record-breaking 654 home runs in an amazing decade and a half in PEBA, the playing time of the...

  • World Independent League to name championship trophy “Paul Moots Cup”

    By: Evan Waltham – World Sports Media January 8th, 2024 In a press conference yesterday, World Independent League officials announced the name of their newly-minted baseball trophy, and it is one...

  • Tempe’s bean counters and their harsh truth

    The mid-west beer moguls are just too much for Tempe’s modest ownership group. By Jason Perez, The Tempe Times Having now burned their bridge with the city of Tempe and KSM, who manage Tempe’s baseball facility, owner Chris van Hauten went “all in”...

  • Desert mirage? Or did a White ‘Knight’ arrive to save Tempe?

    By Jason Perez, The Tempe Times A mid-west beer mogul seems to have an interest in PEBA’s little-team-that-could After several tense days of closed-door meetings between the team, the city of...

  • Tempe welcomes new sports team, could lose another

    By Jason Perez, The Tempe Times Tempe’s sports landscape could change quickly, as two ownership groups duel for use of one facility. On Monday, a press conference was held at the...

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