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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

Aug 28 - Sep 28

Jaime T

Hit 'EM With The D

Great comeback from injury to dominate in the championship

Nick B

McNasties

Great pitching and hitting getting into the championship game

Brian J

No Pants Party

4-4. Tight D.

Ashley S

Pitches Be Trippin

Studly d

Offense!!!!

Robby B

Hit 'EM With The D

Went 9/10 2 assists and 3 rebounds, all round field control

Jaime T

Hit 'EM With The D

Went 4/4 and social media game was on point

Jaime T

Hit 'EM With The D

Perseverance!

Sean D

Logic 20/20

Diving stop at short for the final out. Multiple homeruns.

Mesa Y

M's

Keep ripping!

Players of the Week

Aug 28 - Sep 28

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.

Jeff Edwards

Never gotten past second base

Hands down the player of the week goes to Jeff Edwards. No only did he arrive slightly late and run on to the mound and strike out one of the first batters he faced without any warm ups, but he was on the receiving end of two very hard hit balls up the middle. The first was a sharp liner off his belly and the second off his wrist. Both times he shook it right off and kept on pitching with a smile on his face. Way to take one, I mean 2, for the team, Jeff!

Jack Walters

Yodeling Pickles

It's always entertaining when the Pickles match up against the Pitchers and this championship was no different. The bats and trash talking started early with the Pitchers jumping out to a 11-2 lead in the third. Both teams battled through jabbering and ribbing with some spectacular defense plays and timely home runs. But in the Empty Pitchers came up big. A big shout out to the Pickle's Pitcher, Jack Walters. Jack has been through many season at Underdog and last night was his last game. He and his wife are moving to Portland to start a new adventure. Congrats, not only on a great game, but great career with Underdog. We wish you luck and hope to see you back soon. P.S. There is Underdog in Portland!

Conor Knowles

South Park Cows

Conor came up big for the South Park Cows today. Aside from playing solid defense, he was on fire at the plate. His first three at bats were all triples. When his team needed him most, he delivered. With the score tied and the bases loaded, Conor hit a deep fly ball to center field that drove in the game winning run.

Stuart Zaichkin

Logic 20/20

in the end there wasn't a winner, but it was one exciting tie. Both teams came out of the gate on fire. Stuart lead of the game with a triple the opened the gate for a 5 run 1st. Both teams continued to pile on runs to get to 20-15 Zombies in the bottom of the 4th. Then in the top of the 5th (last inning due to time) Stuart completed his cycle and started an 11 run rally with a home run. Then in the bottom of the 5th Zombie rallied for 6 to complete the sister kisser. Great job, both teams!

Robert Iliff

Brokebat Mountain - Indy #S17

Bobbie had an awesome double header today. He was constantly driving in runs as Brokebat Mountain won and tied. He had 3 home runs and was on base just about every time you looked up!

 

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