Independent Baseball in 2020

At least a couple independent leagues had a baseball season this year, with curtailed schedules and fewer than normal teams. The American Association just wound up its season with the Milwaukee Milkmen winning the title in a roughly 60-game season. Six teams in the upper Midwest, and Winnipeg. This is an account of the season’s final game:
https://www.argusleader.com/story/sports/minor-league/canaries/2020/09/18/2020-canaries-covid-shortened-season-highlighted-return-playoffs/3490692001/

The Pecos League had a roughly 30-game season that ended about a month ago, with four teams playing, in the Southwest. Tucson won that title:
http://minorleaguesportsreport.com/index.php/caffery-homers-twice-as-saguaros-win-pecos-league-title/

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