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Minor League Baseball Official Info

Welcome to the official site of Minor League Baseball. MiLB.com is committed to connecting Minor League Baseball fans to the game. Our goal is to be the most comprehensive, up-to-date, informative and exciting source of Minor League Baseball information on the Web.


More than 41.2 million fans attended Minor League Baseball in 2013. Did you know Minor League Baseball draws more fans than the NBA or NFL? There are many ways to connect your company to this growing fan base. Find out about the Promotional Seminar, as well as opportunities like billboards and fun contests. More >
 

Minor League Baseball and its teams seek the best: people who like challenges and enjoy taking initiative, team players who display positive attitudes and show excellent work ethics. Learn more at the 21st annual PBEO Job Fair in December in San Diego, Calif. Please visit pbeo.com for more information. More >
 

The Minor League Baseball Licensing program began in 1991 and continues to be a success. Today merchandise featuring the innovative and exciting logos of Minor League Baseball can be found at national and regional retailers across the country, and clubs have extended sales of their merchandise year-round. The broad appeal of these logos can help retailers achieve their sales and marketing goals. Find out more >
 
The 2014 Minor League Baseball Information Guide is the official directory of the Minor Leagues. It contains information about club officials, managers and attendance, as well as the addresses and phone numbers for all Minor League Baseball teams, home schedules for all Major and Minor League clubs, and a recap of the 2013 season. Find out more about purchasing the Information Guide.


Founded in 1901, Minor League Baseball is based in St. Petersburg, Florida. The home office is located at 9550 16th Street North, St. Petersburg, FL 33716, and the main phone number is 727-822-6937. Get contact information for the Minor League Baseball staff, the 17-member Board of Trustees, and the Affiliated Members and Council of League Presidents.

 
Visit our comprehensive umpires section and learn more about the Professional Baseball Umpire Corp (PBUC), which is responsible for the training, evaluation and recommendation of all umpires in the Minor League Baseball system throughout the United States and Canada. Find information on ump schools, salaries, manual, history and staff.


The Minor League Baseball Alumni Association was established in 2001 to celebrate the contributions of the players, coaches, managers, umpires and front office personnel that have dedicated their time and talent to the game of Minor League Baseball for the past 100 years. Become a member today.

 
Check out our list of frequently asked questions about Minor League Baseball. Ever wondered about tryouts or what a Minor League ballplayer earns? Maybe you'd like to know how the designated hitter rule is handled in the Minors, or what a Minor League team is worth. These questions and others are answered.


Opening Day is April 3, 2014, but Minor League Baseball operates the entire year round. Check out a calendar of events, which includes such annual gatherings as the All-Star Games, Winter Meetings, Baseball Trade Show, Promotional Seminar and Job Fair. More >

 
It's fun to be a fan! And we want to make sure that your Minor League Baseball experience is exactly that. Please feel free to contact us and let us know how we're doing. Or if you have a question that wasn't addressed in our FAQs, send it our way. Contact info >