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Why Underdog Kickball?

Why Underdog Kickball?

Underdog offers 21+ Co-ed Recreational Kickball Leagues for 6-7 weeks plus playoffs for qualifying teams!  

 

Registration includes:

  • Team Uniforms
  • Practice ball
  • Trained Umpires
  • Team webpage with team photo, game by game record, and standings
  • Unique game schedule based on team's skill level
  • Season is 6-7 weeks of 60 minute/7 inning games (whichever comes first)
  • Premier fields throughout the great Seattle area to the Eastside and up to Everett
  • Sponsor Bars for post game celebrations

 

Play with 10 in the field (minimum 7 players) with at least 3 of each gender for a legal team. Don't stress about the Team Balance by assigning TeamPayer dues to your teammates.

 

Sign up solo or with a small group by registering as Individuals!

 

Players of the Game

Aug 1 - Aug 20

Cesar D

Kickballerz

A great catch

Robby P

Pitch Please!

recorded all three outs in one inning

Levi S

Bunt Force Trauma

diving catch

Daniel H

SOI and friends

Inside the park 3 run HR that ended up standing as the game winning runs!

Hannah B

WHALE! AGAIN

Amazing run scored.

Tracy A

Swift Kick In The Grass

Great catches on defense and a solid offensive effort

Tanner L

Alcoballics

Great at 3rd base

Brandon A

Off in the Outfield

Hands like leather, catches like gorillas, coaching clinic

Paul S

Shawn Kemp

Grand Slam, Homerun

Players of the Week

Aug 1 - Aug 20

Jordan Jennings

SOI and friends

Jordan got SOI and friends going in this game, hitting the first three RBIs for his team with a bases clearing double in the top of the second inning! As catcher, Jordan had multiple infield assists with kicks of bunted balls to first base for outs. His play inspired his team and the first three runs proved monumental as SOI and friends would plate 14 other runs!

Mike O'Brien

Commandos

Mike helped lead his team to victory by playing a stellar centerfield and getting his team off to a great start by scoring the first run of the game. Good job Mike!

Christopher Yergan

Fresh Kicks

Christopher put on two phenomenal displays of pitching and defense. Not only did Christopher throw two complete games, but he made several spectacular plays from his position on the bump. At the plate, Christopher was also a contributor, crushing a home run. Nice job Christopher!

Alex Arpin

Bunt Force Trauma

Alex is a common day Babe Ruth... or Shohei Ohtani. Alex pitched both games for Bunt Force Trauma AND kicked a mammoth home run to help his team go 1-1 this week.

The Kick that Mattered

In their first game of the season Rover was in a defensive battle and runs were not easy to come by. Going into the bottom of the 7th the score was one to one and Rover had a chance to to win. With the bases loaded Liam Munro took matters into his own hands and delivered a single to drive in the game winning run in walk off fashion. That's why he has earned Player of the Week honors.

A Black Hole at First

Nick Schroeder has earned Player of the Week with his great defensive play at first. Everything that came his way he seemed to make a great play on it no matter what. This helped elevate his team to a win the playoffs.

Angie Bethea

HyattOG's

Angie brought the best attitude to today's games. She helped pump her team while in the field and gave her best effort when at bat. At one bat in the fourth inning, Angie was trying to leg out a base hit on a bunt. While she did not make it to the first base bag before the ball, she ran through the base and took a seat in some mud after losing her footing. Angie got up with a smile and got back in the game within minutes as she had a change of clothes on her. She earned a standing ovation from both teams once she returned to her post at third base. She had another two hits as HyattOGs gave their best effort to make a comeback. Our thanks go to Angie for having a smile after literally getting stuck in the mud - that's what Underdog is all about!

Romel Soltero

Cartashians

One of Romel's teammates this week described his play as "Gold Glove-esque" and we have to agree! Romel helped anchor Cartashian's defense by making play after play at second base, some routine and some not so routine. Keep it up Romel!

Tom Adamski and Clarissa Snow

Kicken' McThuggets

This week we have players of the week as Tom and Clarissa celebrated their recent marriage by playing kickball! With Tom at catcher and Clarissa doing some pitching, it's hard to ask for a better battery pairing than those two. Congrats!

Fake It for the Out

Free Ballers played well this week. The performance in the second game was solid and they were able to come away with the win. The play of the game had to go to Joe Bray who faked a throw and was able to catch the runner off the base and get an out. Along with this Joe made several great defensive plays and was able to contribute offensively with great kicks. The performance earned Joe Player of the Week honors.

 

Fall Co-ed Kickball at Ballard Boys & Girls Club Sundays

Learn More
  • Sport: Kickball
  • Format: Co-ed 10's (6 men and 4 women) - Rosters Up to 15 Players
  • Locations: Ballard Boys & Girls Club
  • Days of the week: Sunday
  • Starts on : Starts on Sunday, September 8
 

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