Golden Baseball League

The Golden Baseball League was an independent baseball league based in San Ramon, California, with teams located in the western United States, western Canada and northwest Mexico.

Golden Baseball League
Golden Baseball League logo
Inaugural season2005
Ceased2010 (merged with ULB and NoL)
No. of teams6 (as of November 2010)
Chico Outlaws
Most titlesChico Outlaws (2)

The GBL was not affiliated with Major League Baseball or the organized Minor League Baseball system, but has featured players with MLB experience (Rickey Henderson, Jose Canseco, Alex Arias, Bud Smith, Desi Wilson, José Lima, Hideki Irabu, Junior Spivey, Mark Prior). It was formed in 2004 and began play on May 26, 2005.

The GBL's presenting partner was Safeway Inc. Other investors in the GBL included Wheel of Fortune host Pat Sajak,[1] former National Football League players Mike Sherrard and Christian Okoye, and executives from Cisco Systems, Taleo and Draper Fisher Jurvetson.[2]

Over 100 players were sold to MLB organizations after it began play, with seven players already making it to a major league uniform Dane De La Rosa, Adam Pettyjohn, Scott Richmond, Chris Jakubauskas, Sergio Romo, Bobby Cramer, and Daniel Nava.

The Golden Baseball League combined with United League Baseball and the Northern League into a new North American League for the 2011 season to form the first nationwide independent professional baseball league.[3] However, the North American League folded after two seasons.


The league was founded in 2004 by Stanford University graduates Dave Kaval and Amit Patel. Kaval was the president and chief executive officer (Patel departed after the 2008 season to run his family business conglomerate in Laurel, Mississippi). Brian MacInnes was the president, and Bill Weiss was the league's secretary and historian.[4]

Many former MLB coaches and players coached or managed in the GBL, including Kip Gross, Les Lancaster, Mike Marshall, Ozzie Virgil, Jr., Darrell Evans, Garry Templeton, Cory Snyder, Jeffrey Leonard, Gary Carter, Mike Busch, Steve Yeager, Phil Nevin, Charlie Hough, Mark Parent, Tim Johnson, Terry Kennedy, Paul Abbott, Brett Boone, Alex Arias, Rusty Meacham, and Warren Cromartie.[5]

The beginning

The league began with a single-entity model whereby the league owned all the clubs (except Tijuana and Japan which were partnerships). Since then, several of the clubs have been sold to private groups.

In its inaugural season, the league was composed of eight teams: the Chico Outlaws, Fullerton Flyers, Long Beach Armada and San Diego Surf Dawgs in California; Mesa Miners, Surprise Fightin' Falcons and Yuma Scorpions in Arizona and the Japan Samurai Bears. All teams played their home games in city- and university-owned stadiums, with the exception of the Samurai Bears, a traveling team of Japanese players that played all of its games on the road. The Japanese team was a late entry as the Tijuana Toros, who led all of minor league baseball in attendance at over 13,000 fans a game, had jumped from the Mexican League to the GBL in December to be a charter member of the league, only to learn that the government of the Mexican state of Baja California would not permit this.

Three of the GBL's teams, Long Beach, Chico and Yuma, operated in cities that once hosted Western Baseball League teams. The WBL operated from 1995 to 2002.

On May 9, 2005, Major League Baseball's all-time stolen base leader, Rickey Henderson, signed a contract to play the 2005 season with the Surf Dawgs.

The 2005 season ended with a four-team championship tournament on Labor Day Weekend. The tournament ended with San Diego winning two games on the final day, knocking off Mesa in the second game to win the title.

José Canseco, another retired star, signed with the Surf Dawgs in 2006 as part of his attempt to return to baseball and promote his book, Juiced, along with its upcoming movie adaptation. Canseco was traded to the Armada after only one game. He said that the move was to be closer to his daughter.[6]

Season 2: League Contracts

Before the 2006 season, Surprise was discontinued, while Mesa moved to Reno, another former Western League city, and became the Reno Silver Sox, the first GBL club in Nevada. The league moved to a six-team format and did not have the traveling Samurai Bears return.

League expands to Utah and Canada

Prior to the 2007 season, the San Diego Surf Dawgs operation was discontinued as San Diego State breached the lease agreement with the league and subsequently paid a settlement. The GBL remained at six teams by adding the St. George RoadRunners. The Utah city also hosted a Western League club from 1999 to 2001, the Zion Pioneerzz, becoming the fifth former WBL city to join the league.

In 2008, two former Northern League clubs, the Calgary Vipers and Edmonton Cracker-Cats, joined the GBL, becoming the loop's first two Canadian teams.

The league expanded to nine teams in 2009 with the addition of the Victoria Seals, while the Reno Silver Sox moved to Tucson to become the Toros. The Cracker-Cats were sold to Edmonton Oilers owner Daryl Katz and renamed the Edmonton Capitals for the 2009 season.

Tijuana joins league in 2009 and will play in 2010

On December 15, 2008, the league signed a letter of intent to place another expansion franchise in Tijuana, Mexico. After the addition of the expansion Tijuana Potros on January 13, the Armada were moved to the North Division. The Potros themselves would postpone the season due to the swine flu outbreak in Mexico.[7] This made all their scheduled games days off for the other nine teams and left their GBL future in serious doubt.

As planned, the Tijuana team did return for the 2010 season but came back with a new name and additional owners. The Tijuana Cimarrones were announced as a member of the GBL when the schedule was released on January 15, 2010.[8]

Yuma becomes a Colombian affiliation in 2009

On May 20, 2009, the Yuma Sun reported that the team had signed an affiliation agreement with the Colombian Professional Baseball League (CPBL).[9] Under the terms of the affiliation, the CPBL will handle all on-field personnel and player issues while the team will retain control of promotions, concessions, and other front-office business. The Scorpions will act as a showcase team for players from all four CPBL teams.[10]

Yuma Scorpion Reynaldo Rodriguez, of Cartagena, Colombia, was named GBL 2009 Rookie of the Year, the top prospect in all the independent leagues by Baseball America, and had his contract purchased by the Boston Red Sox.[11]

Maui announced for 2010, Long Beach suspended

On September 30, 2009, the GBL announced that the Hawaiian sports and entertainment company XnE Inc. had purchased the territory rights to place teams in Hawaii and that their inaugural team would play at the War Memorial Complex in Maui in 2010. The team announced their name as Na Koa Ikaika Maui, which means the Strong Warriors of Maui.[12][13]

The Long Beach Armada announced that they were suspending operations due to an ongoing stadium lease dispute with the city of Long Beach.

Kaval leaves GBL for MLS, League to expand east

Dave Kaval, co-founder and C.E.O. of the GBL since its inception in 2005, resigned to take the job as team president of the San Jose Earthquakes of Major League Soccer.[14][15][16][17][18]

The United League and the Northern League agreed to join the GBL for the 2011 season in the formation of the new North American League. The Rockford RiverHawks, Schaumburg Flyers, Joliet Jackhammers, and Lake County Fielders planned on leaving the Northern League and join the GBL for 2011 with the new format.[19] United League teams joining the NAL include the Edinburg Roadrunners, Harlingen Whitewings and San Angelo Colts.

Drug testing

The league was the only independent baseball association to have drug testing. The league CEO Dave Kaval explained:

"I feel that there is no place for illegal drugs in our business. We run a family-friendly operation off the field, and illegal drug usage by our players would undermine the trust we have established with our fans. That is exactly what has happened at the MLB level. As a steward of the great game of baseball, I am proud to say that we have the most stringent drug policy in all of professional baseball."[20]

Franchises that played

Golden Baseball League
Team Founded City Stadium Capacity Notes
Calgary Vipers 2005 Calgary, Alberta Foothills Stadium 6,000 Joined league from Northern League in 2008; folded in 2011
Chico Outlaws 2005 Chico, California Nettleton Stadium 4,200 Charter team; Only team to win two GBL titles; Joined the North American League in 2010; folded in 2012
Edmonton Capitals 2005 Edmonton, Alberta Telus Field 10,000 Joined league from Northern League in 2005; folded in 2011
Fullerton Flyers/Orange County Flyers 2005 Fullerton, California Goodwin Field 12,623 Charter team; Joined the North American League in 2010; Joined the American West Baseball League in 2013, then left that league
Japan Samurai Bears 2005 Japan Traveling Team N/A Charter team; Played only season in 2005 before folding
Long Beach Armada 2005 Long Beach, California Blair Field 3,283 Charter team; folded in 2010 after stadium issues[12]
Mesa Miners 2005 Mesa, Arizona HoHoKam Park 12,623 Charter team; Folded after only one season
Na Koa Ikaika Maui 2009 Wailuku, Hawaii Maehara Stadium[13][21] 4,100 The team moved to the Pacific Association of Professional Baseball Clubs in 2012 and folded one year later in 2013.
Reno Silver Sox 2006 Reno, Nevada William Peccole Park 3,000 Relocated to Tucson, Arizona and became the Tucson Toros in 2009
St. George RoadRunners 2007 St. George, Utah Bruce Hurst Field 2,500 Team relocated to Henderson, Nevada and were to be a charter team for the North American League, but never played again; folded in 2012
San Diego Surf Dawgs 2005 San Diego, California Tony Gwynn Stadium 3,000 Charter team; First-ever GBL Champions; folded in 2007
Surprise Fightin' Falcons 2005 Surprise, Arizona Surprise Recreation Campus Unknown Charter team; Folded after only one season
Tijuana Cimarrones 2005 Tijuana, Baja California Estadio Nacional de Tijuana 18,500 Formerly of Liga Mexicana de Béisbol; originally known as the Tijuana Potros; folded after only one season
Tucson Toros 1969 Tucson, Arizona Hi Corbett Field 9,500 Formerly a member of the Triple-A Pacific Coast League; relocated from Reno, Nevada; returned to play in 2009, but folded in 2011
Victoria Seals 2008 Victoria, British Columbia Royal Athletic Park 3,800 Folded in 2010
Yuma Scorpions 2005 Yuma, Arizona Desert Sun Stadium 10,500 Charter team; folded after the 2012 season after two attempt to restart in different leagues

Teams that never played

Season-by-season results

2005 Season

PL California Division W L GB PL Arizona Division W L GB
1 San Diego-x 52 38 -- 1 Mesa-x 51 39 --
2 Chico-y 49 41 3 2 Yuma 47 43 4
3 Long Beach-y 49 41 3 3 Surprise 45 45 6
4 Fullerton 34 56 18 4 Samurai Bears 33 57 18

x-Division Champion y-Wild Card (Division champions and top two wild card teams go to Championship.)

Playoffs and Championship (4 team double-elimination, final 2 teams face in one game playoff):
Game 1 SAN DIEGO 9 Chico 0
Game 2 MESA 8 Long Beach 0
Game 3 CHICO 7 Long Beach 5 (Long Beach eliminated)
Game 4 MESA 2 San Diego 0
Game 5 SAN DIEGO 2 Chico 1 (Chico eliminated)
Championship Game SAN DIEGO 9 Mesa 6 (San Diego wins championship)
MVP Cody Clark, San Diego
Year Most Valuable Player Pitcher of the Year Rookie of the Year Rookie Pitcher of the Year Manager of the Year Executive of the Year
2005 Desi Wilson, 1B/OF, Surprise Grant Gregg, LHP, Chico Nick Guerra, C/3B, San Diego Manny Ayala, RHP, Mesa Terry Kennedy, San Diego Bob Linscheid, Chico[25]

Gold Glove winners:[26] Pitcher: Adam Pettyjohn, Long Beach Catcher: Cody Clark, San Diego First base: Yuji Nerei, Samurai Bears Second base: Kenichi Miura, Samurai Bears Third base: Sean Walsh, Fullerton Shortstop: Jeremy Hernandez, Long Beach Outfielders Marcus Knight, Mesa; Billy Brown, Surprise; Travis McAndrews, Long Beach

2006 season

PL 1st Half Standings W L GB PL 2nd Half Standings W L GB
1 Reno-z 25 15 -- 1 Fullerton-x 26 14 --
2 Chico 22 18 3 2 Chico 24 16 2
3 Long Beach 22 18 3 3 Reno 22 18 4
4 Yuma 18 22 7 4 San Diego 19 21 7
5 Fullerton 17 23 8 5 Long Beach 15 25 11
6 San Diego 16 24 9 6 Yuma 14 26 12

z-First-half champion and best overall record, x-second-half champion (Champions of each half face in 5-game series for championship. If one team wins both halves, the team with next best overall record receives championship bid.)

Championship (best of 5 game series):
Game 1 RENO 11 Fullerton 4
Game 2 RENO 5 Fullerton 4
Game 3 FULLERTON 9 Reno 5
Game 4 RENO 5 Fullerton 3 (Reno wins championship)
MVP Doug Gredvig, Reno
Year Most Valuable Player Pitcher of the Year Rookie of the Year Rookie Pitcher of the Year Manager of the Year Executive of the Year
2006 Peanut Williams, 1B/DH, Fullerton Chris Jakubauskas, RHP, Fullerton Matt Maloney, OF, San Diego Phil Springman, RHP, Chico Les Lancaster, Reno Becca Hoffer, Chico

All-League Team: Catcher: Marcus Jensen, Reno First base: Desi Wilson, Chico Second base: Adam Mandel, San Diego Third base: Henry Calderon, Yuma Shortstop: Bret LeVier, Fullerton Utility: Craig Kuzmic, Chico Outfielders: Seth Pietsch, San Diego; Jason Van Meetren, Chico; Jeff LaRue, Long Beach; Scott Goodman, San Diego Designated hitter: Peanut Williams, Fullerton Starting Pitchers: Chris Jakubauskas, Fullerton; Andre Simpson, Long Beach; Ben Thurmond, Reno; Phil Springman, Chico; Brian Kroll, Chico; Nate Sevier, Reno Relief Pitchers: Josh Rummonds, San Diego; Scott Schneider, Reno; E.J. Shanks, San Diego; Mike Peck, Long Beach; Wes Faust, Fullerton

Gold Glove Winners:[27] Pitcher: James Johnson, Reno Catcher: Marcus Jensen, Reno First base: Desi Wilson, Chico Second base: Rob Gandolfo, Chico Third base: Henry Calderon, Yuma Shortstop: Hector Tena, Yuma Outfielders Chris Klemm, Long Beach; Lino Garcia, Chico; Ryan Webb, Long Beach

2007 season

PL 1st Half Standings W L GB PL 2nd Half Standings W L GB
1 Chico-x 25 13 -- 1 Long Beach-z 25 13 --
2 Long Beach 23 15 2 2 Yuma 21 17 4
3 Yuma 21 17 4 3 Chico 19 19 6
4 Orange County 19 19 6 4 Orange County 18 20 7
5 Reno 18 20 7 5 St. George 16 22 9
6 St. George 7 31 18 6 Reno 15 23 10

x-1st half champion, z-2nd half champion and best overall record

Championship (best of 5 game series):
Game 1 CHICO 10 Long Beach 4
Game 2 CHICO 12 Long Beach 8
Game 3 LONG BEACH 7 Chico 5
Game 4 CHICO 6 Long Beach 1 (Chico wins championship)
MVP Scott Dragicevich, Chico
Year Most Valuable Player Pitcher of the Year Rookie of the Year Rookie Pitcher of the Year Executive of the Year
2007 Daniel Nava, OF, Chico Todd Gelatka, RHP, Chico Kane Simmons, OF, Reno Dustin Gober, RHP, Long Beach Curt Jacey, Reno

All-League Team: Catcher: Buddy Morales, Orange County First base: Jaime Martinez, Long Beach Second base: David Bacani, Orange County Third base: Henry Calderon, Yuma Shortstop: Jesse Kovacs, Chico Utility: Ryan Stevenson, St. George Outfielders: Daniel Nava, Chico; Kane Simmons, Reno; Johnny Kaplan, Long Beach Yosvanny Almario, Yuma Designated hitter: Peanut Williams, Orange County Starting Pitchers: Ben Fox, Orange County; Derek Loop, Chico; Ryan Claypool, Long Beach; Roger Luque, Yuma; Dusty Bergman, Reno Relief Pitchers: Todd Gelatka, Chico; Dane De La Rosa, Long Beach; Anthony Pluta, St. George; Neil Hayes, Yuma

2008 season

Overall Standings:[28]
PL North Division Standings W L Winning % GB PL South Division Standings W L Winning % GB
1 Edmonton-y 51 37 .580 -- 1 Orange County-x 51 35 .593 --
2 Calgary-x 45 42 .517 2 Yuma 48 40 .545 4
3 Chico 34 52 .395 16 3 Long Beach-y 47 40 .540
4 Reno 30 58 .341 21 4 St. George 43 45 .489 9

x-1st half division champion, y-2nd half division champion

2008 All-Star Game:
  • 2008 - United League Baseball All-Stars 8, Golden Baseball League All-Stars 5 (July 15, 2008, San Angelo, Texas)
Northern Division Playoff (best of 5 game series):
Game 1 CALGARY 8, Edmonton 4
Game 2 CALGARY 8, Edmonton 2
Game 3 Edmonton 1, CALGARY 8 (Calgary wins series 3-0)
Southern Division Playoff (best of 5 game series):
Game 1 ORANGE COUNTY 4, Long Beach 2
Game 2 Orange County 4, LONG BEACH 5
Game 3 LONG BEACH 13, Orange County 4
Game 4 Long Beach 3, ORANGE COUNTY 4
Game 5 Long Beach 2, ORANGE COUNTY 12 (Orange County wins series 3-2)
Championship (best of 5 game series):
Game 1 Orange County 5, CALGARY 6
Game 2 ORANGE COUNTY 13, Calgary 1
Game 3 Calgary 9, ORANGE COUNTY 14
Game 4 CALGARY 9, Orange County 1
Game 5 Calgary 9, ORANGE COUNTY 10 (Flyers win Championship)
Series MVP Josh Arhart, Orange County
Year Safeway Most Valuable Player Pitcher of the Year Rookie of the Year Rookie Pitcher of the Year Manager of the Year Executive of the Year
2008 Patrick Breen (Orange County) Trevor Caughey (Chico) Colin Moro (Calgary) Ben Shockey (Chico) Gary Carter (Orange County) TBA

All-League Team: Catcher: TBA First base: TBA Second base: TBA Third base: TBA Shortstop: TBA Utility: TBA Outfielders: TBA Designated hitter: TBA Starting Pitchers: TBA Relief Pitchers: TBA

2009 season

Overall Standings:[29]
PL North Division Standings W L Winning % GB PL South Division Standings W L Winning % GB
1 Calgary-x, y 49 27 .645 -- 1 St. George-x 48 34 .585 --
2 Edmonton-z 44 38 .537 8 2 Long Beach 40 36 .526 5
3 Chico 33 44 .429 16½ 3 Tucson-y 38 35 .521
4 Victoria 32 50 .390 20 4 Orange County 37 39 .487 8
5 5 Yuma 29 47 .382 16

x-1st half division champion, y-2nd half division champion, z-wild card

Northern Division Playoff (best of 5 game series):
Game 1 CALGARY 15, Edmonton 4
Game 2 CALGARY 7, Edmonton 3
Game 3 EDMONTON 13, Calgary 6
Game 4 Edmonton 7, CALGARY 8 (Calgary wins series 3-1)
Southern Division Playoff (best of 5 game series):
Game 1 TUCSON 9, St. George 4
Game 2 ST. GEORGE 6, Tucson 3
Game 3 ST. GEORGE 1, Tucson 0
Game 4 St. George 1, TUCSON 5
Game 5 St. George 4, TUCSON 5 (Tucson wins series 3-2)
Championship (best of 5 game series):
Game 1 CALGARY 9, Tucson 8
Game 2 CALGARY 11, Tucson 4
Game 3 TUCSON 12, Calgary 1
Game 4 Tucson 10, CALGARY 18 (Calgary wins championship)
Series MVP Sergio Pedroza (Calgary)
Year Player of the Year Pitcher of the Year Rookie of the Year Rookie Pitcher of the Year Manager of the Year Executive of the Year
2009 Nelson Castro (Calgary) Matt Durbin (Orange County) Reynaldo Rodriquez (Yuma) Mikael Ryder (Chico) Morgan Burkhart (Calgary) Darren Parker (Victoria)
Attendance (paid):[30]
Team Total Average
Tucson 139,149 3,661
Victoria 93,691 2,342
Chico 89,276 2,177
Edmonton 84,813 2,174
Calgary 54,910 1,525
Long Beach 54,931 1,408
Yuma 41,578 1,259
St. George 44,417 1,168
Orange County 28,344 944

All-star game

2006 GBL All-Star Game

The GBL played their very first All-Star Game on July 18, 2006 at Chico's Nettleton Stadium pitting the North All-Stars against the South All-Stars.[31]

2008 United League vs. Golden League All-Star Game

The GBL reached a two-year agreement with the United League to face off in two All-Star Games. The 2008 game was hosted by the ULB's San Angelo Colts, while the 2009 game was to be hosted by the Orange County Flyers.[32] However, the United League went bankrupt in the off-season after 2008, causing the 2009 All-Star Game to be cancelled.[33]

2009 Golden League All-Star Game

In replacement of the 2009 All-Star Game against the United League, the GBL held its own All-Star Game. The game was between the two divisions, taking place in St. George, Utah - home of the RoadRunners, on Tuesday, July 14. During the game, pitchers Donnie Brandt and Isaac Hess were purchased by major league organizations during the game by Milwaukee and Boston respectively. Fehlandt Lentini won the home run derby.[34]

2010 and 2011 GBL All-Star Games

On December 9, 2009 the GBL and the Northern League announced a two-year agreement that would pit the all-stars of the two leagues against each other in the mid-summer classic. The 2010 game wAS in Tucson on July 14 while the leagues will face off in Zion, Illinois at the newest ballpark (currently under construction) in the Northern League.[35]

GBL Instructional/Developmental Leagues

The GBL, then later the North American League, featured two small instructional leagues that helped produce future independent, minor league and even Major League Baseball standouts, including two-time World Series Champion Sergio Romo of the San Francisco Giants. These leagues folded with the NAL in 2013.

Arizona Winter League

On November 15, 2006, the Golden Baseball League announced the Arizona Winter League, which would be a short-season instructional league for its summer league. The league began play on January 19, 2007. The Arizona Winter League has just completed its third season. In the first three years, over 130 Arizona Winter League players have been signed to professional contracts. Two of those players, Scott Richmond and Sergio Romo, are now pitching in the major leagues. The 2009 Arizona Winter League began play on January 31, 2009 and has expanded to 8 teams and almost 200 players.

Arizona Summer League

On April 3, 2009, the Golden Baseball League announced its second instructional league known as the Arizona Summer League, which is patterned after the AWL. This league consists of three teams, the Canada Miners, El Centro Imperials and San Luis Atleticos and began play in late June 2009. The ASL had 12 players signed to pro contracts during the 2009 season.

The Bisbee Miners, Long Beach Armada and San Diego Surf Dawgs joined the ASL for the 2010 season.


The Yuma Scorpions became the first franchise in the league to broadcast select games on Adelphia Cable, which were produced by Arizona Western College Television Services.[36] The Edmonton Capitals televised selected games by reaching an agreement with Shaw TV.[37] The Golden Baseball League announced they had reached a deal with iBN Sports to broadcast 40 games on the internet showing various teams.[38]

Notes and references

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  4. "GBL 2008 Media Guide" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 2009-03-04. Retrieved 2008-08-22.
  5. Questions and Answers Archived 2008-08-03 at the Wayback Machine, GBL website
  6. "Canseco seeks trade from Surf Dawgs".
  7. Tijuana on Hold for '09, GBL website, May 8, 2009
  8. "Golden Baseball League Releases 2010 Schedule". OurSports Central. 15 January 2010.
  9. "- Break - YumaSun". Archived from the original on 2013-01-05. Retrieved 2012-03-11.
  10. "Time will tell on effectiveness of Scorpions deal | really, taxes, president - Sports - YumaSun". Archived from the original on 2013-02-10. Retrieved 2012-03-11.
  11. "Yuma Scorpions Sell Contract Of 1b Reynaldo Rodriguez To The Boston Red Sox". OurSports Central. 14 October 2009.
  12. Golden Baseball League adds Maui, Tijuana teams for '10; drops Long Beach, Ballpark Digest, January 15, 2010
  13. Collias, Robert (September 30, 2009). "Golden Baseball League plans to have Maui team in 2010". The Maui News. Archived from the original on July 25, 2011.
  14. San Jose Earthquakes president named, Eli Segall, Silicon Valley / San Jose Business Journal, October 4, 2010
  15. Chico Outlaws' chief executive takes another job Archived 2012-03-07 at the Wayback Machine, Travis Souders, Chico Enterprise-Record, October 5, 2010
  16. Chico Outlaws Future In Question Archived 2011-07-18 at the Wayback Machine, Bryan Callahan, KHSL-TV website, October 5, 2010
  17. VIDEO: Chico Outlaws Future Archived 2010-10-07 at the Wayback Machine, KHSL-TV website, October 5, 2010
  18. Kaval's resignation leaves questions for Outlaws, GBL Archived 2012-03-07 at the Wayback Machine, Travis Souders, Chico Enterprise-Record, October 6, 2010
  19. Riverhakws join Golden League Archived 2010-11-20 at the Wayback Machine,, November 12, 2010
  20. "SABR Nine: Golden Baseball League CEO and Founder Dave Kaval". Archived from the original on 2009-02-07. Retrieved 2008-07-17.
  21. Golden Baseball League Expands to Hawaii, GBL website, September 30, 2009
  22. Expansion Team Dreams of Field, Los Angeles Times, March 28, 2006
  23. SUPPORT SANTA CLARITA Archived 2007-08-17 at the Wayback Machine, GBL website, April 4, 2006
  24. Golden Baseball League Reaches Agreement To Place Team In Palm Springs, Our Sports Central, December 14, 2009
  25. "Bob Linscheid named GBL". OurSports Central. 15 September 2005.
  26. "Golden Baseball League announces Golden Glove Winners". OurSports Central. 2 September 2005.
  27. "Golden Baseball League Announces Golden Glove Winners". OurSports Central. 8 September 2006.
  28. "San Jose Mercury News: 2008 Golden Baseball League standings".
  29. "Golden Baseball League - standings". Pointstreak Sports Technologies.
  30. "Attendance at".
  31. GBL All-Star Game Archived 2007-08-16 at the Wayback Machine, GBL website, April 17, 2006
  32. "Golden Baseball League". Archived from the original on 2009-01-16. Retrieved 2008-05-10.
  33. Reichard, Kevin (January 7, 2009). "United League united no more". Archived from the original on January 8, 2021. Retrieved January 7, 2021.
  34. "North Wins GBL All-Star Game as Two Players are Signed by MLB Teams". OurSports Central. 15 July 2009. Archived from the original on January 8, 2021. Retrieved September 16, 2010.
  35. "Golden Baseball League And Northern League All-Stars To Face Off". OurSports Central. 9 December 2009.
  36. "Golden Baseball League". Archived from the original on 2007-10-20. Retrieved 2008-04-26.
  38. "Golden Baseball League". Archived from the original on 2009-01-16. Retrieved 2008-04-26.
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