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About the Pecos League

The Pecos League is an independent professional baseball league which operates in cities in desert mountain regions throughout California, New Mexico, Southern Arizona, Kansas, West Texas and Southern Colorado. Pecos Teams play in cities that do not have Major or Minor League Baseball teams and is not affiliated with either. 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 312 players to higher independent and affiliated teams from 2010-2016. Players are signed from Pecos Spring League, Hudson River League, Pecos League Tryout Camps, and Major League Baseball Scout Referrals.
Pecos League players are 25 years old and younger. All players are payed a weekly salary and provided a host family in the Pecos League. There are no pay to play players in Pecos League. The Pecos League has 22 man roster with no DH used in games. The Pecos League Regular Season is nestled in the middle of the summer from May 26-July 27. This timing leads for increased fan participation and support.
In the 2013 season 44 Blue Productions followed and filmed the Trinidad Colorado Triggers. In May 2014, Fox Sports 1 Network launched and one of its first ever shows was a six-part documentary about life in the Pecos League, mostly based on Trinidad Triggers.

Teams/Cities The Pecos League will have the following teams for 2017 season: (Alpine Cowboys, Bakersfield Train Robbers, California City Whiptails, Garden City Wind, High Desert Yardbirds, Monterey Amberjacks, Roswell Invaders, Ruidoso Osos, Santa Fe Fuego, Trinidad Triggers, Tucson Saguaros, and White Sands Pupfish).
  • In 2017 The Pecos League operated 12 teams with the High Desert Yardbirds winning the Pacific Division and the first Pecos League World Series Championship. The Yardbirds defeated the Mountain Division Champion Roswell Invaders in the finals. The Pecos League also ran and operated the travel team in the American Association named the Salina Stockade.
  • In 2016 The Pecos League operated 10 teams with the Tucson Saguaros winning both the regular season and post season title.
  • In 2015 The Pecos League operated 8 teams with the Roswell Invaders winning the post season title and the Trinidad Triggers winning the regular season title.
  • In 2014 The Pecos League operated 10 teams with the Santa Fe Fuego winning the post season title and the Alpine Cowboys winning the regular season title.
  • In 2013 The Pecos League operated 8 teams with the Roswell Invaders winning both the regular season and post season title.
  • In 2012 The Pecos League operated 6 teams with the Alpine Cowboys winning both the regular season and post season title.
  • In 2011 The Pecos League operated 6 teams with the Roswell Invaders winning both the regular season and post season title.