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     Thursdays - September 22nd

     Tuesdays - September 27th


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Why Underdog Softball?

Why Underdog Kickball?

Underdog has offers 21+ Co-ed Recreational Softball Leagues throughout the Portland area. 


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

Aug 18 - Sep 24

Casey G

Poison Ivey

With the hustle out in left field!

Daniel S

Commie Tsunami

Gold glove defense with range at shortstop

Jessica O


Outstanding catching and raucous fan section

Talia N

Blue Ballers

Catch against the dense.

Sam, Had an in the park HR and over the fence HR

Chris P

Avendors 3 : Season of the Pitch

Great defense at catcher, two outs at the plate

Tim G

MLC Studs & Ladies

Great defense at shortstop

Nico L

The Bunt for Red October

Great fielding

Jason C made lots of great plays!!

Mike V

Blue Ballers

Great hitting and catch in the outfield!!

Players of the Week

Aug 18 - Sep 24

Molly Pyle

Poison Ivey

All game long Molly was robbing people of hits at the hot corner and firing the ball over to first for the outs. Nothing could get past her at third base and the other team knew it. They would instantly know if they hit it any where near her they were probably going to get out. Not only did she hold down the hot corner all night long she helped her team out by having a strong night at the play and getting on base frequently! Way to rob the team of some hits and hold down that hot corner.

Awais Ishaq

Bat Attitudes

Awais had only ever played cricket before Tuesday night... For those of you who don't know, cricket is a lot like softball. However, in cricket, after you hit the ball you apparently hold on to the bat while you run in the direction of the pitchers mound. Not only was this a little but of an adjustment for Awais, but it was also incredibly intimidating for the opposing pitcher. All joking aside, Awais proved to be a terrific softball player, who in addition to batting 1.00, also had some terrific defensive plays in left field.

Matthew Egan

Player of the Week: Matt Egan, Blue Ballers

Matt pitched a complete game to lead Blue Ballers to a 20-13 win over Leftovers Thursday night. Along with leading the way on the mound, Matt also helped put his team on the board at the plate. He brought in two runs with a hit late in the game to help Blue Ballers extend their lead at a critical time. For his performance and leadership on the field, Matt is this week's Player of the Week.

Chris Paulsen

Avendors 3 : Season of the Pitch

Chris was behind the plate, catching those laser fast, underhand pitches coming from the mound. He really showed resilience and determination tonight. Chris was eager to make a play at home, when his time came he was ready. The ball flew towards his glove, he caught it, applied the tag, and dropped it. He was a little frustrated with himself, but the very next inning, he had another play at home. Ball soared towards his glove, caught it, applied the tag and…OUT. Chris made the tag clean and had the biggest smile on his face. Chris, you are our Player of the Week.

Player of the Week: Jenny Thompson, Thugs and Kisses

Jenny Thompson had a great all-around performance for Thugs and Kisses Sunday night. She had three hard base hits, including two RBI singles, and also had a standout performance at third base. Jenny caught a tough line drive at third base early in the game and also made a slick play to scoop up a sharp ground ball later on. Jenny's performance helped Thugs and Kisses earn a 26-8 win over The Dry Tuggers. For her impressive all-around performance and great attitude, Jenny is this week's Player of the Week.

Player of the Week: Joshua Ertmer, Leftovers

Josh came up with a massive grand slam for the Leftovers early in Thursday's game when the game was still close, helping to lead his team to a 35-11 win over the Thunderdogs. Even after the Leftovers took a substantial lead, Josh continued to fight for his team at the plate and in the field. He made a terrific sliding catch in left field to prevent the Thunderdogs from scoring multiple runs late in the game. Josh's contributions in big moments and great attitude certainly make him deserving of Player of the Week.

David Driver

Sons of Pitches

David is just one of those guys that loves to be out on the softball diamond but also enjoys some good sarcasm with his teammates! Overall he played a great game, even with the heckling from his players but he got some shots back at them here and there, all in good spirits! It may only be week one of the season but watch out for David and the rest of his team because they're slaying the joke game! Keep bringing that fun atmosphere with you guys and good luck!

Adam Clardy-O'Neal - Player of the Week

Big Pink

Adam pitched back-to-back complete games Wednesday night, leading Big Pink to a decisive 17-13 victory over Leftovers and a comeback 19-16 victory over Commie Tsunami to help his team earn the championship title. Adam also hit a key home run against Commie Tsunami to help Big Pink mount its comeback. For his leadership and determination on the field, Adam is definitely deserving of Player of the Week.

Triffid Abel

Underhanded Compliments

On an opening day of softball it is always hardest to get back into the groove of pitching, but for Triffid it was like she had never left. From the very first pitch of the game she was looking solid and she never let anything phase her. The whole game she was out there throwing great pitches which helped lead her team to a victory on this opening day. Not only did Triffid have a great day on the mound, she also found ways to contribute on offense to help bring in some runs for her team. No matter what was going on Triffid stayed calm and got the job done. Way to keep your team going and help lead your team to victory. Keep it up!

Adam Stone

Upper Deckers

Last game of the season and Upper Deckers were ready to play, even though some players were trickling in right before the first pitch. The weather was hot, that didn't stop either team from playing their game. Adam was holding down the defense at shortstop making several nice plays. Adding some big swings and hustle he was making things happen. I guess the pressure of his kid/s weren't riding him so he could play loose.? Nice game.

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