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Summer Softball

Adult Softball

Municipal Athletics offers slow pitch leagues for Men, Women and Co-Rec, as well as Fast Pitch leagues for men. Leagues are offered weekdays and Sunday nights. Team registration begins in February and league play begins in April and runs through early August.


 2014 Summer Softball Schedules

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Sunday
Co-Rec C McMurray Singles Co-Rec D McMurray Co-Rec D McMurray Singles Co-Rec C/D McMurray Singles Men's D McMurray  Co-Rec D American Singles
Men's D Doubleheaders R/A Men's D Doubleheaders R/A Co-Rec D/E Dunning Singles Co-Rec D St. Clair Singles  Co-Rec C/D Singles R/A  Co-Rec D National Singles 
Men's D McMurray Singles Men's D Singles R/A Men's C/D Doubleheaders R/A Men's D Doubleheaders R/A  Co-Rec Doubleheaders McMurray   
Men's Fastpitch B/C Men's D/E McMurray Men's D Singles R/A Men's D Singles McMurray  Men's D Doubleheaders R/A   
  Women's D R/A Men's D/E McMurray Singles Men's D Singles R/A     
    Women's D Singles R/A Men's Fastpitch Dunning     
    Women's D/E Phalen Singles Women's D Singles R/A     
    Women's B/C Singles Dunning      

Beginning in 2014 all teams must have the “new” approved USSSA bat with the logo on its tapered end.

*USSA marks and other graphics of the bat must be applied permanently and must be applied by the USSSA licensed manufacturuer. No stickers or decals are allowed and no one may add graphics to a bat once manufactured. Use of a bat with graphics not applied by the manufacturer will be use of an altered bat and subject to suspension under the USSSA Altered Bat rules. In addition to being violation of the USSSA Altered Bat rules, any use, creation or application of a USSSA mark without written permission of USSSA is a violation of Federal Trademark law and may ersult in prosecution by USSSA. If you have any concern about the person selling or providing you a bat, do not accept the bat, because you will be held responsible for any bat you bring into or use in a USSSA facility.
 Bat Stamp


Illegal Bats: All legal bats must have the USSSA 1.20 BPF stamp on its tapered end. Illegal bat use will be considered a team violation.  If a bat is found to be illegal it will be removed from play and will result in the batter being declared out. If the batter reaches base after using an illegal bat and is properly appealed by the defensive team, the batter-runner will be declared out and all runners must return to bases occupied at time of pitch. Once the offending team is informed that the bat used is illegal, it may not be used again.

Approved ruling for a team’s second offense:  Batter will be declared out and offending player will be suspended for three games. In addition, offending team will immediately forfeit the game. 

Approved ruling for a team’s third offense:  Batter will be declared out and the offending team will immediately forfeit the game. In addition, the player will be suspended indefinitely. Offending player and team manager must appear after the season has ended before the Municipal Athletics Conduct and Eligibility Committee for possible reinstatement. 

Dented bats, which are also illegal, will be removed from the game (no out, forfeit or suspension). 


For more information contact:

Municipal Athletics
1500 Rice Street
Saint Paul, MN 55117

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