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Australian Clubs

North American winter

Australian Baseball League

This is a professional league which is supported by MLB. To play in this league without AA+ experience is very difficult. Some IBC members who do not have affiliated experience have worked their way into the ABL through state league clubs (below).

 

Capital Territory State League

This is a provincial, semi professional league based around the city of Canberra. Many college and professional players are imported into this league. Each club brings in 1-3 imports every year.

New South Wales State League 

This is a provincial, semi professional league based around the city of Sydney. Many college and professional players are imported into this league. Each club brings in 1-3 imports every year.

Queensland State League 

This is a provincial, semi professional league based around the city of Brisbane. Many college and professional players are imported into this league. Each club brings in 1-3 imports every year.

South Australia State League

This is a provincial, semi professional league based around the city of Adelaide. Many college and professional players are imported into this league. Each club brings in 1-3 imports every year.

Victoria State Summer League

This is a provincial, semi professional league based around the city of Melbourne. Many college and professional players are imported into this league. Each club brings in 1-3 imports every year.

Western Australia State League

This is a provincial, semi professional league based around the city of Perth. Many college and professional players are imported into this league. Each club brings in 1-3 imports every year.

Sydney Metro League

This is 2nd division provincial, semi-professional league based in the city of Sydney. A few imports are imported to this league every year, typically college players without professional experience.

Pacific Coast Baseball League

This is 2nd division provincial, semi-professional league based on the Gold Coast near Brisbane. It is unclear is much importing is going on here. This would be a league for college players without professional experience who are willing to pay their flight.

Various States

This is 2nd division provincial clubs who may or may not bring in imports year to year. These clubs potentially would bring in imports who are willing to pay their flight.

North American summer

Victoria State Winter League 

This is semi-professional, 2nd division provincial level.  A few imports are known to be imported to this league every year, typically college players without professional experience.

11 Responses to Australian Clubs

  1. AllenWodrich June 5, 2015 at 11:29 pm #

    How can i join a team? I have played baseball since i was in 8th grade. I played 4 years in high school. My goal is to be a professional baseball player.

  2. burnsy June 6, 2015 at 7:29 am #

    AllenWodrich Hi Allen. Unfortunately you are going to need at least college baseball experience to play professionally overseas as well.

  3. davidjrwhiteside15 August 4, 2015 at 6:29 am #

    Is anyone looking for a infielder that hit .350 and a 4 hitter looking for a job for the winter?

  4. OutfieldES September 17, 2015 at 8:37 pm #

    Hi, I’m looking for a team in Australia this winter. I previously played college baseball in US, div 3 for 4 years, both as Infielder and Outfielder. I can also catch. Previously also with GB national team. I have coached professionally as well in New York city, at High School and also with ASL school in London, where I coached team to the championship. I hold a British Passport as well. My profile is below on this website,

    http://www.baseballjobsoverseas.com/internationalbaseballcommunity/members/outfieldes/profile/edit/group/2/

    I would love to come to Australia as soon as possible to play and coach and help develop the game. I’ll go to any town in the country, and I have some relations in Perth, but also ex teammates in Melbourne.

    thanks, Euan Shields.

  5. ChanceSharp November 29, 2015 at 5:46 pm #

    Someone contact me, I want to play!!! 4 years of college ball and I am going in to coaching, but the fire to play burns tremendously!!

  6. lmaulden15 January 18, 2016 at 11:06 pm #

    My name is Lisa Maulden and I am interested in playing softball overseas this summer. I recently graduated from Seattle University in Seattle, Washington, USA this past June, and spent the past summer in Austria, playing and coaching for the Crazy Chicklets. I am a power lefty with the capabilities to bunt and slap (Austria Stats: BA: .462, OBP: 542, Slg: .795). I throw right handed and primarily play first base and outfield. If you have any suggestions or emails of people that could help me find  a time for this summer, that would be awesome! 
    Thank you for your time and I look forward to hearing from you soon!

  7. BartJanssen June 8, 2016 at 7:52 am #

    Hee Everyone, 

    Bart Janssen, 23 year old, catcher (+outfield)
    Play for Oosterhout Twins in Holland (Dutch MLB)
    Good defensive catcher who can control the running game
    Contact hitter, likes to go the other way. 

    I am looking for a 1st grade club in Australia to play during the winter in Holland. 

    I’ve played with a couple of international players, one of em is Aussie Justin Erasmus. 
    Working with pitchers really gets me excited. Every pitcher has his own way of doing things and i love to find the little things that make a pitchers feel and look better, what then also makes my job easier and more fun. 

    Thanks for your time and I hope to hear from you soon!

  8. Frangoo53 June 29, 2016 at 10:28 pm #

    He everyone, Im francisco gonzalez, right pitcher, 21 years old! I’m looking forward for a opportunity to play this winter! My throwa are slider fastball curveball sinker and changed, my fastball 87 mph! https://youtu.be/FMbUyIagNPA You can look me throwing here.

  9. PhillipParker October 24, 2016 at 8:27 pm #

    My names Phillip Parker im a middle infielder and centerfielder from oklahoma looking to play overseas. I hope a team is interested in me and allows me to contribute to their team.

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    David Burns - Creator and Founder of IBC December 4, 2016 at 11:57 am #

    Hi Francisco. Best bet is to sign up for a membership on our website and we can help you find a club. Here is a direct link: http://www.baseballjobsoverseas.com/internationalbaseballcommunity/gravity-landing/ibc-memberships/

  11. Profile photo of David Burns - Creator and Founder of IBC
    David Burns - Creator and Founder of IBC December 4, 2016 at 12:03 pm #

    Hi Chance. Your best bet is to register on our site to get exposure to clubs overseas. If you have any questions let us know at dburns@baseballjobsoverseas.com . Here is a direct link to register: http://www.baseballjobsoverseas.com/internationalbaseballcommunity/gravity-landing/ibc-memberships/

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