The Pecos League of Professional Baseball Clubs is an independent professional baseball league Headquartered in Houston, which operates in cities in desert mountain regions throughout New Mexico, Southern Colorado and West Texas. Pecos teams play in cities that do not have Major or Minor League Baseball teams and is not affiliated with either. The Pecos League operated 6 teams in the 2011 and 2012 seasons and expanded to 8 teams for 2013.
The Pecos League took over the Continental League in 2011 and the Continental League started in 2007.
Current Teams As of 23 July 2017Edit
2007 Keller Tx, League City Tx, Texas City Tx, Road Team-Texas Heat
2008 Robstown Tx and Texarkana Tx enter the league and League City and Texas heat left the league.
2009 Alexandria La, Alpine Tx, Road teams- Coastal Kingfish and South Lousiana enter the league and Keller and Robstown has left the league
2010 El Paso Desert Valley Tx, El Paso West Texas and Las Cruces NM enter the league and Alexandria , Texarkana and Texas City and Road Teams Coastal Kingfish and South Lousiana has left the league.
2011 Alamogordo NM, Carlsbad NM, Ruidoso NM and Roswell NM enter the league and El Paso Desert Valley and El Paso West Texas has left the league.
2012 Santa Fe NM and Trinidad Co enter the league and Callsbad and Ruidoso NM has left the league.
2013 Las Vegas NM, Raton NM and Taos NM enter the league and Las Crusces has left the league
2014 Bisbee Az and Douglas Az enter the league
2015 Garden City Ks enter the League and Douglas, Raton and Taos Left the league
2016 Great Bend Ks, Salina Ks, Topeka Ks, and Tucson Az enter the League and Bisbee and Las Vegas NM left the league
2017 Adelanto Ca, Bakersfield Ca, California City Ca, Los Angeles-Holleywood Ca and Monterey Ca has enter the League and Great Bend, Salina Ks and Topeka Ks has left the league