By US Daily Review Staff.
Godfather Media, Inc. announced recently that it has launched a Professional Minor Baseball Minor League. The league will operate under the name American West Baseball League (AWBL).
AWBL will operate as a summer, professional minor baseball league as well a fall and winter instructional league.
The league will sell team franchise territories throughout the western United States for a franchise fee and annual league fee’s from each franchisee. The fall and winter leagues will be instructional leagues. Players will pay a fee to train with ex-MLB players and coaches for a 30 day session and during the session MLB and other minor league scouts will attend the camp looking for talent to sign.
AWBL has franchisees signed, in discussion or identified in the following territories:
- Fullerton, California
- Yuma, Arizona
- San Diego, California
- Palm Springs, California
- Mesa, Arizona
- Long Beach, California
- Irvine, California
- Henderson, Nevada
The corporate headquarters will be in Orange County, California and the league will operate in California, Arizona, Nevada andNew Mexico.
Godfather Media, Inc. CEO Michael Cummings stated, “I am very excited to make this announcement, after the acquisition of the Yuma Panthers and OC Flyers I knew we were on our way in a great industry. With recent events I knew the best thing for Godfather Media, Inc. was start a new league and hire a talented staff to run the AWBL. We have formed the league, started interviewing staff and will release their names and bios as soon as we have signed agreements. I look forward to a prosperous business model and will continue to look at acquisitions and newly formed divisions within Godfather Media, Inc.”