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 Welcome to Triple-A Baseball!  

Triple-A Baseball. A Rich History. A Bright Future.With a history dating back over 135 years, Triple-A Baseball has been in existence longer than the NFL, NBA, or NHL. Today, you'll find 30 teams throughout the United States developing talent for Major League affiliates while providing affordable, family entertainment for fans of all ages.

Triple-A Baseball consists of two Leagues at Minor League Baseball's highest classification. Our most senior league, the International, played 136 consecutive seasons prior to 2020, which would have also marked the 118th season for the IL's counterpart, the Pacific Coast League. Even at that ripe old age, America's pastime is going stronger than ever.

Millions of fans coast-to-coast pack Triple-A Baseball parks annually. That popularity spans the entire United States, from Norfolk, VA to Sacramento, CA (view our geographic footprint here). Amazing new ballparks are taking the excitement to new levels. Since 2010, ballparks in Charlotte, El Paso, Nashville, Omaha, Reno, Scranton/WB, Tacoma, and Wichita have been built or totally renovated. Triple-A Baseball facilities are second to none in the minors.

 Great Value for Sponsors  
More Intimate Ballparks. Accessibility to Players. An Authentic Hometown Feel. This is the Triple-A Baseball difference. It's the ultimate in fan participation and community pride. From standing beside a member of the hometown team during the National Anthem to cheering on Mr. Mustard in the crazy condiment race or finding yourself on the field for a dizzy bat contest. This intimate connection and high level of interaction is why fans love it. It's why communities love it. And it's why sponsors love it.

You'll find Triple-A Baseball offers some amazing traditional and not-so traditional opportunities for your brand to become a part of these communities, interacting in meaningful ways with this passionate, loyal audience. So grab a hot dog, take a front-row seat, and experience the Triple-A Baseball difference for yourself.