Southeastern League
(SEBPL) - Independent
 
 
One of independent baseball's most prominent leaders is a man named James C. Gamble. Gamble was (and still is) a visionary with great ideas of how to create and expand a baseball league. Many would argue that he moved a little too fast too soon, while most (like ourselves) would say that indy baseball puts you in situations that you can't possibly fathom are about to happen to you. This was his league which ran from 2002-2003. In 2004 many teams began to defect to the Central League. Gamble himself would do the same, following the Pensacola Pelicans to the Central League. When Digitalballparks' Eric Pastore was commissioner of the ill-fated Piedmont League, Gamble and Pastore had talks involving possible interleague play.
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Tiger Diamond
Morgan City High Sch.
Houma Hawks
2003
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AMERICUS Georgia
Thomas Bell Memorial Stadium
Americus Arrows
2002

Luther Williams Stadium
Macon Peaches
2003
PENSACOLA Florida
Pirate Field - Pensacola Junior College
Pensacola Pelicans
2002
Wildcats Park
East St. John High Sch.
Houma Hawks
2003

Southland Field
Houma Hawks
2003
Pete Goldsby Park
Baton Rouge River Bats
Houma Hawks (temp)
2002-2003

Eagle Stadium
Ozark Patriots
2002



PENSACOLA Florida

Pelican Park
Pensacola Pelicans
2003
Paterson Field
Montgomery Wings
2002-2003

Bloch Park
Selma Cloverleafs
2002
New cities that would have been home to SEBPL teams in 2004 had the league continued play:

- Albany Georgia
- Alexandria Louisiana
- Anderson S.C.
- Hattiesburg MS
- Warner Robbins GA