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United League Baseball is an independent baseball league which operates in Texas. It operates in cities not served by Major or Minor League Baseball teams and is not affiliated with either. The league began its first season on May 16, 2006 with six teams: the Alexandria Aces, Amarillo Dillas, Edinburg Coyotes, Laredo Broncos, Rio Grande Valley WhiteWings and San Angelo Colts. The San Angelo franchise previously played in the now-defunct Central Baseball League, while the Amarillo Dillas previously played in the now-defunct Texas-Louisiana League. The United League was originally owned by an investor group, United Sports Equities, which listed Brad Wendt as Managing Director, his brother Gary Wendt as a Principal, John Bryant CEO and Byron Pierce as COO. The ULB filed for Chapter 11 Reorganization in January 2009 amid allegations of financial mismanagement and was ultimately forced into Chapter 7 by John Bryant who along with Pierce now control the league. - Source: Wikipedia

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