Travel the world using baseball as your ticket

Travel the world using baseball as your ticket

Most professional baseball players and coaches who think of pro baseball overseas, think of Nippon Professional Baseball in Japan, Korean Baseball Organization, Chinese Professional Baseball League, Latin American leagues, Mexican League, Australian Baseball League, Dutch Major League, Italian Baseball League, or Japanese independent professional leagues.  However, did you know that there are way more amateur/…

Top 10 Ranking of Roles Clubs Overseas are Seeking to Fill with an Import

Top 10 Ranking of Roles Clubs Overseas are Seeking to Fill with an Import

To those new to the international baseball scene as a professional opportunity to play, there is a misconception that clubs overseas are importing all or most of their players, however that is not the case. In fact, due to importing limits, most clubs bring in one or two imports with some bringing in three or four,…

Top stories of 2014, Top EU Beach Baseball, Top EU Tourney’s, Top EU Dynasties and Top Career Tips

Top stories of 2014, Top EU Beach Baseball, Top EU Tourney’s, Top EU Dynasties and Top Career Tips

Happy New Year to everyone who follows the blog or is a member of the International Baseball Community! All the best in baseball in 2015! Two years ago (December 15, 2012) the International Baseball Community social network and the Baseball Jobs Overseas blog went live. I really had no idea what I was doing and…

Overseas professional baseball opportunity for Canadians

Overseas professional baseball opportunity for Canadians

To play baseball in Europe can be tricky due to visa restrictions. Canadians, however, have a special working holiday relationship with many of Europe’s top baseball countries which make them a valued commodity. Check out this informative eBook on the various countries where these opportunities exist and detail about the baseball within these countries. (Free…

The Ultimate European Baseball Holiday (2014)

The Ultimate European Baseball Holiday (2014)

Do you have a few bucks and two weeks to two months on your hands this May or June? Jump in during any of the following phases of this guide and begin your European Baseball adventure now. If you plan on spending three plus weeks  in Europe  I would look into getting an EUrail Pass.…

5 beefy tips for taking your baseball career overseas

5 beefy tips for taking your baseball career overseas

These are 5 of my best tips on how to take your baseball career overseas, all of which formed and moulded over the course of 2013 through my many interactions with international baseball professionals that have experienced or were currently experiencing international baseball.  I don’t claim to be an expert but I have been on…

Graduating soon? Haven’t been drafted? Here is an international baseball plan of action for you!

Graduating soon? Haven’t been drafted? Here is an international baseball plan of action for you!

Graduating soon? Wanting to continue your baseball career but have not been drafted? You know you have a lot to offer and are ready to take control of your baseball destiny? Here is an international baseball plan of action for you to follow: STEP 1: Create your detailed free professional profile on my website now…

An in-depth look at German Bundesliga 1 Baseball and the opportunities within

An in-depth look at German Bundesliga 1 Baseball and the opportunities within

This eBook provides aspiring international baseball players and coaches with everything they need to know about the German Bundesliga 1 baseball league. It goes into detail about the league and every single of the 15  clubs within it including compensation, most successful clubs, typical importing, the list goes on. The book also informs the reader about…

Everything about Austrian baseball + import opportunities

Everything about Austrian baseball + import opportunities

This 29 page eBook  goes in depth about the top two Austrian baseball leagues and the 12 clubs within them. Detail is provided about the country and the locations of each club within it and what they have to offer. A ton of information is provided about each club including history, current status, facilities, typical…

Boost your chances with a value packed eBook

Boost your chances with a value packed eBook

German and Austrian baseball are the busiest two baseball markets in terms of importing professional players. These ultimate guides provide a ton of value and information on the top leagues within both countries. These eBooks put it all together to provide aspiring international baseball professionals with the ability to put their international baseball dream in their own hands. The eBook at…

10 Most Active Importing European Baseball Leagues and Details

10 Most Active Importing European Baseball Leagues and Details

Once you subscribe below to my newsletter, a PDF download with the following info will be emailed to you: The 10 most active importing European baseball leagues. The top teams within those leagues. How much they pay. The level of ball comparison The typical import background, The number of potential importing jobs available league to league.…

If I were a young baseball stud…….

If I were a young baseball stud…….

Ohhhh what I wouldn’t do to go back in time and do it right. Man did I screw up my opportunity back in 1999. I came along when the European importing scene was still in its infancy. If I broke in now I would have little chance at getting signed but that wouldn’t stop me…

6 Reasons EU Baseball Imports Go Home Early and How to Avoid Them

6 Reasons EU Baseball Imports Go Home Early and How to Avoid Them

Top 6 Reasons EU Baseball Imports Go Home Early and How to Avoid Them Over my 10 years playing baseball in Europe, I have heard of and witnessed players going home early on multiple occasions, and often at the most important time of the year, playoff time. Some clubs will send a guy home because they…

2013 European Baseball Imports Speak on Experiences

2013 European Baseball Imports Speak on Experiences

The following are short email interviews asking members of the International Baseball Community who are scattered around Europe how their experiences are going so far (mid summer 2013. Here is what I asked: 1) How is your season going so far? 2) What have you enjoyed the most about being / playing in Europe?  …

Experience of a Lifetime

Experience of a Lifetime

It was June 11th, 1999 and it was the first day I stepped onto the field in Attnang-Puchheim and into the international baseball world and I thought to myself, “What have I gotten myself into?!?” The sagging green fence was half blown into left field from the previous night’s storm. The pitcher’s mound was nothing…

4 solid tips for first year international imports

4 solid tips for first year international imports

First year of your international baseball career? Not sure if you made the right choice? Want to make the most of this opportunity? If any of these questions popped in your head lately, this is the post for you. I have compiled a list of 4 detailed tips to keep you on track and focused…

Inside Down Under D2 – Capital Territory Baseball is Booming

Inside Down Under D2 – Capital Territory Baseball is Booming

Australian Baseball Opportunities in the Capital Territory Since the launch of this website, I have been in contact with a number of pro players who have played and coached baseball in Australia and the message I keep getting is clear ….. they want guys who can coach in addition to playing, they don’t pay a…

A Window into Pro Baseball in Europe

A Window into Pro Baseball in Europe

My European Pro Baseball Guide For those of you who are without agents, who are at the end of their college career or whose days in the minors has reached a dead-end, there are many opportunities for you out there to continue to play the game you love while also getting paid to see some…

Retire or not to retire, that is the question.

At 38 many would say I am over the hill and should hang them up. And at the end of every season I somehow convince myself that that is what I need to do. I need to do other things, like fishing or golfing or mountain climbing. So here I sit once again during the…

It’s not about the number of hours you put in, it’s about what you put in those hours.