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Capitol Hill
     Sundays - March 31st...TWO spots left!
Queen Anne/North Ballard
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Greenlake
 
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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

 

Play with 10 in the field (minimum 8 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

Mar 6 - Mar 24

Liz M

Glass By Lund

Amazing double play

Dan L

Hitmen

Awesome defense and some great hitting

Mark C

Hard Hat Hustlers

Grand slam.

Khaleesi - very vocal and inspirational

Nick E

Balls Deep

HR, Great defense, player coach.

Whole team - Super effort

Derek B

Eagle Bait

2 little league home runs.

Chelsea V

Pitch Slap

Big hits and great D at 2nd

Tim C

Eagle Bait

Woulda been Emily if she made the play to win earlier.

Ethan - 2 HR 1 double

Players of the Week

Mar 6 - Mar 24

Katelin Mead

Mixed Nuts

Kaetlin pitched a beauty of a game, going 7 strong innings and doing it efficiently. She also crushed a homer in her last at bat to capitalize on a career day. Nicely done!

Marqise Allen

Pitch Please

Sometimes in sports it's not the stats that count, but rather the toughness and determination to push through pain just to help your team try and win that really makes the impact. That's exactly what we saw from Marqise of Pitch Please Monday evening. 1st inning of Pitch Please's double header, Marqise took a shot flush on the lower shin from one of the power hitters of All Star Super Stars. Showing true grit, toughness, and leadership, Marqise shook it off and proceeded to pitch back to back complete games very effectively. Also contributing on the offensive end with hits in both games, Marqise and his toughness were easy candidates for player of the week. Great job Marqise!

Eugene Blundell

Eagle Bait

Eugene was in midseason form on opening day! On top of the homer and three runs in he drove in, he was instrumental in shutting the door on defense. Eagle bait got down early in the game, but battled back to take the lead 11-10. Eugene turned it up a notch the final two innings, recording the final 6 outs for his team in a hard fought victory!

Lisa Guenser-Onstot

Glove Actually

On one of the most beautiful days of the year, Lisa stepped up to the plate and delivered one of the biggest hits we've seen. With The Bases Loaded in the bottom of the fifth, Kayla crust 1/2 left field and hit a bases-clearing triple, helping lead the way in her team's victory.

Supersub Danielle Takes Home POTW

Red Machine

Although she was not expecting to play, Danielle stepped up big for Red Machine on Sunday. She in the stands to watch, but with her team short a player it was her time shine. Danielle got on base 2 times as Red Maching cruised to victory. The catcher also came back from a scary moment when she was hit in the face by an errant throw home, but recovered to make a great play on a foul pop-up for the 2nd to last out of the game. Great Job, Danielle!

Sid Venkataraman

Upper Deckers

They call it the hot corner for a reason, but Sid Venkataraman from Upper Deckers is cool as ice. He showed this with his full extension leaping grab that saved what would have made it a one run game in the bottom of the 7th, with only one out and probably a runner on second. The batter from Random Collision hit a liner that was heading over Sid's head and looking fair, but Sid's outstanding effort on the play got a second out on the board for Upper Deckers and held the current runner at third. Upper Deckers would then get their third out on the next batter and take home the W! Great game Sid and the Upper Deckers!

Alex Kremer

Lions

Alex Kremer’s work on the hill led the Lions all season, and tonight was no different. Alex pitched a complete game, helping the Lions take home the title with a 25-5 victory over I’d Hit That. On top of his stellar pitching performance,Alex also blasted a home run. Great season Alex!

Darin Pattison

Saint Johns

Who doesn’t love a little extra inning softball? Saint Johns and The Beer Leaguered were knotted up at 4 after 7. In the bottom of the 8th, Darin came to the plate with the bases loaded and walked it off with a laser single up the middle. Clutch!

Robert Fusco

Amanda and Friends

Robert came up big on the most important weekend of the season. During Amanda and Friends 11-4 championship victory, Robert went 2-3 and showed off some of his power with a home run. Great season Robert!

Ryan Barber

The Beer Leaguered

Occasionally, individual performances will over shadow the overall outcome of the game. In Wednesday night's case, in a game where there were plenty of player of the week candidates on both teams, Ryan Barber of The Beer Leaguered put his stamp on the game and nearly sparked a 2-out rally in the final inning. Channeling his inner right-handed Charlie Blackmon, Ryan harnessed the power of the beard and crushed an absolute shot that resulted in a 2-out grand slam, landing in the skate/bike park at Bobby Morris Playfield. It doesn't happen often, but when someone clears this fence then this ball probably travels out of a good majority of Major League stadiums. However, the estimated 330-foot shot was unfortunately not enough to bring The Beer Leaguered back to win in the final inning as the Lions played a great game from inning 1 throughout. Congratulations to the Lions for making the championship game and shout out to Ryan for blasting off!

 

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 17
 

Spring Co-ed Softball at Queen Anne/North Ballard Sundays

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  • Sport: Softball
  • Format: Co-ed 10's (6 men and 4 women) - Rosters Up to 15 Players
  • Locations: Sound View, W Queen Anne Playfield
  • Days of the week: Sunday
  • Started on : Started on Sunday, March 17
 

Spring Co-ed Softball at Greenlake Sundays

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  • Sport: Softball
  • Format: Co-ed 10's (6 men and 4 women) - Rosters Up to 15 Players
  • Locations: Greenlake
  • Days of the week: Sunday
  • Started on : Started on Sunday, March 17
 

Spring Co-ed Softball at Greenlake Saturdays

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  • Sport: Softball
  • Format: Co-ed 10's (6 men and 4 women) - Rosters Up to 15 Players
  • Locations: Greenlake
  • Days of the week: Saturday
  • Starts on : Starts on Saturday, March 30
 

Spring Co-ed Softball on Capitol Hill Sundays

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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: Sunday
  • Starts on : Starts on Sunday, March 31
 

Late Spring Co-ed Softball on Capitol Hill Mondays/Wednesdays

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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 15
 

Late Spring Co-ed Softball on Capitol Hill Tuesdays/Thursdays

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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: Tuesday, Thursday
  • Starts on : Starts on Tuesday, April 9
 

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