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The Frontier League is an independent baseball league that seeks to provide live professional baseball in those communities without an MLB or affiliate minor league option nearby. These Frontier League baseball tickets give these smaller communities a chance to enjoy America’s game without having to travel great distances or having to pay what can be an exorbitant amount in the case of the major league option.

This independent league organized in 1993, making it the oldest surviving independent league in the United States. It has expanded from the original eight teams to its current state of 14. The club typically draws its players from the ranks of the undrafted college players, MLB prospects thought to be washed up, and former stars holding onto the dream of playing professional baseball, at any level.

The teams are split into two divisions, the East and West. Still, most of these teams are located in the Midwest. At least this is the case for 13 of the 14 teams in the Frontier League. One of these teams, the Frontier Greys, exists as a traveling team. The Frontier League is going strong and it will continue to do so as long as fans throughout the expansive Midwest continue to enjoy an afternoon or night out at a game.


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