Saturday, March 8, 2008


The whole point of this site is to give you more information about the Home Talent League and the book I'll be writing about it.

The Home Talent League is an amateur baseball league in Wisconsin that thrives on players that grew up and live in their hometown. Ringers need not apply. Your mailing address has to be within six miles to play for that particular town. Either that or you've been granted special permission from every other nearby team telling you you're not wanted.

The book is going to be about the players, managers, fans and anybody else that makes the league what it is. Their stories will be told. Their triumphs and failures, wins and losses, and ups and downs will be chronicled throughout the 2008 season.

There is little more to the story as of right now. The '08 season is where it's at. I'll be traveling from burg to burg throughout the year to get to know some of the people that make the league go. And with 43 teams in the league, it's going to be quite a task.

Come back to read more about what's going on with the Home Talent League. The season starts soon, and when it does you'll be able to get more news about the book and other info about the H.T.L.

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