December 1, 2020
MOORHEAD, MN – The American Association of Professional Baseball has unveiled a new league brand as the circuit prepares for its first season as a Major League Baseball Partner League. It is the first rebrand since the league was founded prior to the 2006 season.
The new marks were designed by Baseballism, with whom the league announced a formal partnership with on Monday. The new primary logo is designed off a baseball field layout, with a star that incorporates home plate. The logo keeps league's traditional red, white and blue color scheme and drops the word "independent" from the full official name of the league. For the full article, click here.
September 24, 2020
KANSAS CITY, KS – Major League Baseball (MLB) announced today that it has named both the American Association and the Frontier League as "Partner Leagues" of MLB. As Partner Leagues, the Frontier League and the American Association will collaborate with MLB on initiatives to provide organized baseball to communities throughout the United States and Canada. To read more about the partnership, click here.
KANSAS CITY, KS – Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2020 season has officially been postponed. The health and safety of our players, staff, umpires, and all fans is of utmost importance to us. We apologize for the inconvenience but look forward to hosting you and your group in the 2021 season. Be sure to follow us on social media to stay updated on upcoming events happening at T-Bones Stadium.
April 21, 2020
MOORHEAD, MINN. – The Board of Directors of the American Association of Independent Professional Baseball has postponed the start of the 2020 regular season, which was scheduled for May 19.
The American Association will aim for a start date of the season in early July. The league intends a season that will include 80 games and extend to late September. The early July timeline, along with the length of the season, is subject to the ability to hold games in home markets while abiding by federal, state, provincial governments laws and municipal health orders and guidelines.
"The American Association looks forward to the day when we can safely re-open our stadiums to our fans and provide entertainment and social interaction," said American Association Commissioner Joshua Schaub. "However, we will not jeopardize the safety of our fans, staff, players, umpires or vendors and will abide by all national and local restrictions when determining if we can open in early July."