San Diego Sports Authority (SDSA)


San Diego Tryout 2014 -Japan League-

A Japanese independent professional baseball league “Shikoku Island League plus” and San Diego Sports Authority held a tryout in San Diego, January 25th and 26th.


Shikoku Island League plus (Japanese Independent Baseball League)

League:  Since 2005

Teams:  4 

Season:  2 season terms

 (Season I: April - June, Season II: July – September)

Games:  80 games total per a team and potential playoff games.

              (36 games in Season I, 36 games in Season II, 8 Interleague games*), 

*Inter League Games: exhibition games with a Fukuoka Softbank Hawks’ (Japan Big League Team) affiliated team.

Rules:      9 innings;  DH rule;  Each team can hold up to 30 players, Roster for each game is 25 players.



Shikoku Island League plus and its' affiliated collegiate summer league teams (SAMURAI San Diego & San Diego Mavericks) offered tryout attending players playing contract for season 2014.




Tryout attended players who got offered by Japanese Professional Baseball organizations and affiliated summer league teams;

(as of  February 5th, there are still some baseball organizations finalizing for offering contracts;)


  • Hinshaw, Jordan
  • Inoue, Yusuke
  • Jones, Blaine
  • Joyce, Michael
  • McClendon, Tony R.
  • Mulholland, Dillon
  • Reinking, Kevin
  • Tsukada, Kohei
  • White, Devin Marcus
  • Yoo, Stephen



2013 Fall; Baseball Tryout / Winter League for Japan Pro League

  • Japan Shikoku Winter League 2013
  • California Tryout 2013, Fresno

Players drafted Japanese Professional Teams

  • Colby, Zak (Ehime Mandarin Pirates)
  • Cruz, Danny Fernando (Tokushima Indigo Socks)
  • DeMar, Adrian Jerome (Kagawa Olive Guyners)
  • Goodgion, Luke (Shinano Grandserows)
  • Marks, Troy (Kochi Fighting Dogs)
  • Murphy, Brian (Shinano Grandserows)
  • Nading, Charles (Ishikawa Million Starts)
  • Sunderland, Alex (Kagawa Olive Guyners)
  • Wilhite, Mitchell (Ehime Mandarin Pirates)
  • Wilson, Joe (Tokushima Indigo Socks)
SAMURAI San Diego, a Collegiate Summer League Team,
inviting some more players.
  • Riley, Nick

San Diego Sports Authority (SDSA) is an international sports management company headquotered in San Diego, California. 


SDSA supports professional and amateur athletes who pursue their dreams internationally.


By utilizing our network among in the U.S. and Japan, SDSA provides athletes international playing opportunities.


We support all kinds sports internationally;

Baseball, Basketball, Football, Softball, Swimming, Water Polo, Golf, Martial Arts, etc.