All Star Games Tickets
All Stars Game Tickets
The American Association of Independent Professional Baseball (AAIPB) holds its annual All-Stars Game at different ballparks throughout the league each year. For months in advance, fans from all over North America vote for worthy contenders to represent their league on the All-Star team. Order your tickets for the next All-Star Game from StubHub.com.
More than just one game, this is an exciting, family-friendly two-day event. The festivities kick off with a celebrity softball game. It is followed by the exciting Home Run Derby, which features the American Association’s biggest sluggers competing for the home run crown. Day One offers some great music, too, with featured live bands and space to sing and dance along.
Day Two’s attraction is the big event itself, the American Association of Independent Professional Baseball All-Star Game. Each division’s best players face off to see which league will emerge the victor. The night is capped off with more live music from a favorite band.
The American Association of Independent Professional Baseball (AAIPB) is a professional league which formed in 2005. When the St. Paul Saints, Lincoln Saltdogs, Sioux City Explorers and Sioux Falls Canaries left the Northern League, the two smaller independent leagues banned together. AAIPB is comprised of teams from throughout central United States and Canada. These include Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota and Texas, along with the Canadian province of Manitoba.
All-Star Game History
The AAIPB selected the name of the league from previous leagues that once existed in the same general geographical locale.
The first American Association formed in 1902 as an independent minor league. After shake-ups within Major League Baseball, many independent minor leagues went into decline and the AA shuttered in 1963.
Just six years later, in 1969, the American Association came back as an AAA farm system for the Majors with the expansion of the MLB. Less than three decades later, another MLB realignment caused the dissolution of the league; several of its teams were absorbed into other AAA leagues.
History was on the AA’s side and it appeared again as the American Association of Independent Professional Baseball. It has a terrific line-up of teams, bringing the excitement of professional baseball to the mid-west and central states--including several cities lacking a major league presence. These teams are still feeding the big leagues with fresh players and potential All-Stars, such as David Peralta, Chaz Roe and Tanner Scheppers.
All-Star Game Trivia
For more than half a century this league has contributed great players to the game, such as Ted Williams, Mickey Mantle and Willie Mays.
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