PALM SPRINGS, Calif. – The California Winter League is proud to announce their ninth season in operation, providing an opportunity for players with big league dreams to earn a contract and pave their own path to the top. Since 2010, over 600 contracts h
PALM SPRINGS, Calif. – The California Winter League is proud to announce their ninth season in operation, providing an opportunity for players with big league dreams to earn a contract and pave their own path to the top. Since 2010, over 600 contrac
PALM SPRINGS, Calif. – When it comes to 23-year old pitcher Payton Lobdell, one word comes to mind: Experience. Because of that experience, he finds himself pitching on the independent circuit, trying to pave his own path to the big leagues. Lobdel
It’s been a busy week for former CWL players, as three have been signed by affiliated organizations in the past seven days. Kevin Lenik (Royals) and Brady Muller (Diamondbacks) were both having successful seasons for the Windy City Thunderbolts and
By Joey Grundl PALM SPRINGS, Calif. – Archibald Wright “Moonlight” Graham was highly popularized in the hit movie Field of Dreams. Part of the film revolves around the story of professional baseball player who played one career game in the major
By Josh Fathollahi The California Winter League’s greatest value to professional free agents is the opportunity it provides to been seen and signed even if the traditional method of entry to the pros — the MLB Draft — didn’t work o
With the CWL’s eighth season scheduled to begin January 16th, we are receiving a high-level of talent registering for the upcoming season. We will be highlighting some of that talent coming out to the nation’s most-successful showcase league i
By Thaddeus Krzus Hundreds of players from all over the world gather at the California Winter League to showcase their talents in an effort to sign a professional contract. In the case of Evan Neiser, the 34-year old is looking to jump back into the game.
By Kirsten Karbach Of the close to 300 players showcasing their talents at the California Winter League, the vast majority have already garnered at least a decade of baseball experience prior to setting foot in Palm Springs. Jordan Thliveris is not one of
By: Mike DiBucci PALM SPRINGS, Calif. – History was made at the California Winter League today, as a player was signed to a major league deal on the first of workouts, a feat that has never been accomplished in the seven year history of the league.