Pacific Association of Professional Baseball Clubs
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The Pacific Association of Professional Baseball Clubs is an independent professional baseball league created by Redwood Sports and Entertainment. The league commissioner is former Major League Baseball star Mike Marshall and featured four former North American League teams at the start. During the initial season, the two Hawaii based teams played interleague games against the Baseball Challenge League of Japan and the California teams played against the Freedom Pro League of Arizona.
The Hawaii teams shut down operations after playing the 2013 season due to the travel costs of bringing in the teams from Northern California.