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Why Underdog Softball?

Why Underdog Kickball?

Underdog offers 21+ Co-ed Recreational Softball Leagues throughout the greater Seattle area and the Eastside. 


Registration includes:

  • Team Uniforms
  • Trained Umpires
  • Start each game with a NEW ball 
  • 0-0 start count with 1 courtesy foul
  • 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 90 minute/7 inning games (whichever comes first)
  • Sponsor Bars for post game celebrations


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Players of the Game

Sep 18 - Mar 25

Amanda D

Designated Drinkers

2 hits, great defense

Erin L

St. Johns

6-6, 5 runs

Taylor, 4 hits, great defense

Mike J

No Pants Party

Went yard for the first time!


Sandlot JunkYard Dogs

Batted 3 for 4 and earned a Gold Glove nomination

Kayla L

Hit 'EM With The D

Batted 3 for 4 with 2 doubles and a single. Earned a Gold Glove nomination for outstanding defensive

Amelia R

Frank's L'il Sluggers

Batted 4 for 5 with 2 triples and 2 doubles. Also earned a Gold Glove nomination for outstanding def

Amelia R

Frank's L'il Sluggers

Batted 2 for 3 before being injured. Nominated for her bad assery and just being an amazing softball

Wes -- 5/5 with 4 homers!

Drew H

Pitch, Please - Indy #S2

Batted 4 for 5 with 2 deep bases clearing bombs. Also earned a Gold Glove nomination for outstanding

Players of the Week

Sep 18 - Mar 25

Erin Leitzinger

St. Johns

Erin played well all night, she had 6 hits in the first game and 5 in the second game of the night in driving rain. In addition to her hitting, Erin played a great second base all night. Erin's value was also on display with her continually positive attitude even while everyone was getting soaked by the rain.


The Softest Balls in All the Land

Both teams came to opening day in mid season form. Softest jumped out to an early 6-0, but Red Machine's bats heated up and kept it close. Jason hit several would-be-homeruns but since he hit them so hard they went out of play and ended up with triples. Softest scored 3 in the top of the 7th to pad their lead, but Red Machine rallied in the bottom of the seventh, get the tying run to the plate, but could manage to get him across. Well played, both teams.

Sam Holman

Frank's L'il Sluggers

Team sports offer the rare combination of competition while simultaneously getting to be with and cheer on your friends. Players of the week for Underdog exemplify both of these these very different qualities. Sam Holman for Frank's Li'l Sluggers is a great example of this. In their two games this week, Sam slugged his way to a 6-8 performance with 3 home runs, a triple, and two doubles, while covering more than his share of outfield territory. Sam was also heard cheering his on his teammates and was nothing but supportive even they ultimately lost their second game.

Dan Fasy Hits it a Mile!

The Ball May Still Be Going

The outcome of the game was already decided when Dan Fasy stepped into the box in the 3rd inning, with Hold My Beer enjoying a 12 run lead. He watched 3 balls go by and was halfway to first base on the fourth delivery, called a tough strike. Undeterred, Dan stepped back into the box and unloaded on the hapless 3-1 offering, crushing a moonshot deep into the Seattle evening. The damp, moist air did nothing to slow the ball as it rocketed into the trees in DEEEEP left-center field. A single branch was all that could keep the ball from sailing into the tennis courts. Dan is certainly player of the week for this awesome display of power!

Taylor Mannino

sandlot junkyard dogs

Absolutely Outstanding! Is the only way to capture some of the defense that Taylor played at third base. Not one ball got passed her all night and she was continually gunning down runners from the hot corner .

Jamal Robertson

Hit 'EM With The D

Jamal is the team captain for the team. He manages the team in the with enthusiasm and excitement which makes for a competitive but fun environment. He also backes up his coaching with solid at on the feild as well.

Ashley Salazar

Pitches Be Trippin

In the second game of the Final Four of the Lower Woodlands playoffs, My Salsa squared off against the 1 seed, Pitches Be Trippn. Pitches came out of the gate with rock solid defense lead by Ashley Salazar at 3rd, who took her hot corner defense and turned it into a hot bat coming up with 2 triples in the 24-9 victory and sending them into the championship game where No Pants Party, the 2 seed, was ready and waiting. Pitches roared our to a 12 to 5 lead in the 3 and added a few in the 5th to take a 15 to 5 lead going into the 6th. In the 6th, No Pants Party opened the flood gates for 7 runs and then held Pitches to 0 in the bottom of the 6th, making the score 15-12 going into the last inning. No Pants rallied once again getting the tying run to third with one out, but then the Pitches D shut the door and held on for a 15-14 win. Congrats to both teams on a great championship game and to all the teams for an awesome season. See you all next season and way to go Pitches be Trippin'!

Sean Dowling

Logic 20/20

Under the lights and fog of Dahl Playfield, Logic 20/20 had some hot bats. In the first game of their double header, they scored early and often, lead by a few long balls from Sean Dowling. 20/20 heald a pretty good lead most of the game, but had to fight off a big rally in the 6th, topped off by a ESPN Top Ten worthy play at short by Sean. With a runner at first the ball was crushed up the middle. Sean made a diving stop and backhand flip to second to just in time to get the runner for the third out and end the game. They continued their hot hitting in the second game as well, but came up against an even hotter hitting "Hit 'EM With the D" team that lit up the score board for 30 runs in 5 innings. Congrats to both teams for solid games. Time for the playoffs!

Ashleigh Campbell

The Seattle Seattle Mariners

Ashleigh was a force to be reckoned with in helping lead the Seattle Seattle Mariners to the Championship in their bracket. She saved one run at home plate with a perfect tag on a runner that was trying to score. Then, with the game on the line, she came up clutch. She had a hit to tie the game up and then came around to score the winning run!

Trey Price

Chico's Bail Bonds

Trey led his team to the Dahl league championship! He was a dominant force in the mound for all the games that they payed, his focus on the mound can only be compared to the likes of Nolan Ryan.


Spring Co-ed Softball In West Seattle Sundays

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  • Sport: Softball
  • Format: Co-ed 10's (6 men and 4 women) - Rosters Up to 15 Players
  • Locations: Hiawatha Playfield
  • Days of the week: Sunday
  • Started on : Started on Sunday, March 19

Late Spring Co-ed Softball on Capitol Hill Monday/Wednesday

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  • Sport: Softball
  • Format: Co-ed 10's (6 men and 4 women) - Rosters Up to 15 Players
  • Locations: Bobby Morris
  • Days of the week: Monday, Wednesday
  • Starts on : Starts on Monday, April 10

Late Spring Co-ed Softball on Capitol Hill Tuesday/Thursday

Learn More
  • Sport: Softball
  • Format: Co-ed 10's (6 men and 4 women) - Rosters Up to 15 Players
  • Locations: Bobby Morris
  • Days of the week: Tuesday, Thursday
  • Starts on : Starts on Tuesday, April 11