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COED Slow Pitch Softball

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Date(s) - 03/12/2018 - 03/16/2018
8:00 am - 11:30 pm

Tuolumne County Parks and Recreation


Spring 2018 Adult Softball Season

Registration Opened February 9th and is open through March 18th online. Please visit www.tcrecreation.com, create or log into your account.

Join in the fun and safety of a slow pitch COED softball team

COED Softball Leagues play on Tuesday Nights (league and season dependent) at the Standard Park Complex.
COED play in our leagues is outlined and intended as Men and Women playing at various skill levels, with an emphasis on safety. The Rules are designed to prohibit unnecessary contact and prevent injuries. Sign up for the night you wish to play and once registration is closed your team will be placed in one of three divisions of COED Softball to make each league a fair and competitive league. Adult Softball Rules and Regulations can be found on the recreation website www.tcrecreation.com.

If this is not your game we welcome you to peruse and join our other Softball options:

Men’s Over 50+ Slow Pitch League
Wood Bat Slow Pitch League
Join in the fun of slow pitch softball and embrace the “baseball tradition” with our New Wood Bat League.

The Wood Bat League is “Old Fashioned” softball for all levels of players. It’s a throwback to the days of using a wooden “Louisville Slugger”. The league emphasizes “fun” recreational softball with an emphasis on “tradition” over “technology”. It is an opportunity for all players to swing a “wood” bat and return to the “basics of softball”. The league is similar in many ways to baseball where you play nine (9) innings, have no “Up the Middle” rule, no “Home Run” limit, no player restrictions, and is open to male and female players, the Recreation Department supplies the wood bats. The Wood Bat League is the closest thing to embracing baseball tradition.

Men’s Slow Pitch League
Women’s Slow Pitch League

Register at the Rec Office before March 9th or online by March 11th to avoid late fees of $15.50 per day/$77.50 maximum. Late Registration ends March 16th at Rec Office & March 18th online.

Register online or at the Recreation Department:
To Register Online:
To register online you must log on to the Tuolumne County Recreation Department website at www.tcrecreation.com and click the “Online Registration” tab on the left side of the page.
• Log on or create an account, then you can register 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
• Payment method: account credit, credit card (MasterCard or Visa)
• Walk-in registrations are taken at the Recreation Department located at 43 North Green Street in downtown Sonora. Office hours are Monday – Friday: 8:00a.m.-5:00p.m. closed for lunch between 12:00p.m.-1:00p.m.