Softball - Men's - Spring
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Wicomico Recreation's Men's Slow Pitch Softball Program, sanctioned through USSSA, consists of divisions to accommodate recreational and competitive teams. Teams typically play two games per week during the regular season, followed by a playoff tournament. The Spring Men's Softball Program takes place from March-June.
Registration opens Jan. 27, 2020
- Age Group(s): Men 16+
- Date(s): March-June 2020
- Time(s): Monday-Thursday Evenings
- Location(s): Henry S. Parker Athletic Complex and other County fields if needed
- Registration Dates: Jan. 27-March 11, 2020 (late fees begin March 7)
- Program Fee(s): Two Options:
Team Entry: $950
Team Registration Deadline: March 11
Payment is submitted with team roster; 10-player minimum; 16-player maximum.
Each player on the team does not pay an individual fee to the county.
Each player must sign the Team Roster Form before the start of the season.
Each player must submit a player contract/registration form after the season begins to be eligible to play with that team.
League / Individual Entry: $435 Per Team + $40 Per Player
League Registration Deadline: March 11; Individual Registration Deadline: March 11
Payment is submitted with a roster; 10 player minimum, 20 player maximum.
Each player must submit a player contract/registration form along with the $40 player fee to be eligible for that team.
- Late Fee: League Entry: $25 (late league fees), $5 (late player fees); Team Entry: $50 (late team fees)
- Contact: Brian Workman, 410-548-4900 x105, firstname.lastname@example.org
Additional Details: Season consists of two regular-season games per week plus a playoff tournament. Participants must provide their own equipment, including USSSA-approved bats, gloves, balls, etc. You must register with an existing team and have team captain's approval.
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