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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

Sep 30 - Oct 20

Chris K

Montathrillas

Leadoff sparked the team to a 11 run first inning and they never looked back

Dominique V

For Hits and Giggles

Awesome enthusiasm!

Seth B

Big Pink

Great brownies!

Cassidy P

Lost Boys

Defensive wall at shortstop!

Heather B

Oregon Hot Tub/AllSpa

Always running

Steve R

Oregon Hot Tub/AllSpa

Fearless and leading the charge

Benjamin C

Chupacabra Tsunami

Going, going, gone

Jorge C

What’s your name again? - Indy #S14

Back-to-back snags at 3rd to end the game!

Briana B

Probably Gonna Pull a Muscle

Nice hitting tonight

Heather B

Oregon Hot Tub/AllSpa

Finding gaps!

Players of the Week

Sep 30 - Oct 20

Jeffrey Bryan Secures First Win for Low Expectations

Low Expectations - Indy #S13

In a battle of a couple teams that were looking to get their first win of the season, Low Expectations had high expectations. And on Monday night they followed through on those high expectations. In a back and forth game, it came down to the bottom of the 6th inning. Homestead Sluggers only needed 1 run to tie the ball game. With 2 outs and a runner on 1st base, there was a deep, slicing ball to left. With the lights shining and wind gusts, this was not going to be an easy play. But Jeff prevailed by reaching his glove into the clear night sky and snagged the fly ball. Fittingly enough it was a snow cone catch. Great job Jeff and nice work getting that first win!

Brooks Schaener

Pitch Please PoTW

You want the truth? Brooks is tall. So tall in fact that when he jumps, he's even taller. Brooks made some fantastic plays in the field this week as Pitch Please put forth a valiant effort in the playoffs. An honorable mention to Wendi, who keeps it positive 100 percent of the time at catcher. Despite Josh's best and worst efforts from the pitching mound, this battery, and the whole team for that matter is a cohesive unit. Good job Pitch Please and hope to see you next season!

Gold Glove

Leads team to Championship!

Emily was showing off her glove today at first base! She had multiple plays at first stretching or making nice picks for the outs. The biggest came in the bottom 7th on the first out to take the momentum back against The One Hit Wonders. She had a full extension grab for the out coining her the nickname Gumby! Great game Emily, congrats on the Championship! Underdog legend!

Jimmy Heiberg's Blast Propels Lost Boys in Playoffs

Lost Boys

On another beautiful Thursday evening at Westmoreland Park, there was magic in the air. After a very close game prior to the 9 pm match-up, Lost Boys had to regain their mojo and play again. In a great battle with Bottom of the Fifth, the game was within 2-runs until Jimmy stepped up to the plate with the bases loaded in the top of the 6th. On the very first pitch, Jimmy blasted a home run halfway up the net in left field! This broke the game open and propelled Lost Boys to a 31-16 win! What a game and what a performance!

Amy Lodholz

Winning Attitude of a Thrilla

Despite the best efforts of the world, Amy showed fantastic resolve and led the charge for the Montathrillas as a calm and direct force to be reckoned with. Cool as the other side of the pillow, she brings out the best in friends and foe alike. Thank you Amy you rock!!

Kyle Weese

Mound Control

In a damp, rainy Sunday afternoon, Mound Control took control of the playoffs by winning two consecutive games. Kyle Weese helped Mound Control come from behind with a big game at the plate. It seemed as though every time he stepped up to the plate, there were runners in scoring position and Kyle delivered. Kyle along with the rest of Mound Control are hitting their stride at the most opportune time. Nice job, Kyle!

Stevanie Fama Makes Great Play af 1st!

Bottom of the Fifth

On a chilly Thursday night, Stevanie Fama helped get things warmed up with her play in the field. In a close game, outs were at a premium. A ground ball was hit to third base and the throw was a little high. This wasn’t an issue for Stevanie though. She leaped into the air, caught the ball but when she landed she just missed the bag. Quickly before the runner got there she stuck out her left foot to get the out. It may be the new viral dance move! Great play and great win!

Matt Bergio Slugs in 8 Runs

Beautiful Strangers

On a beautiful October evening, it was a beautiful night for the Beautiful Strangers. Matt Bergio added to this beauty with his performance at the plate. Playing in a pretty tight game, Matt Bergio walked up to the plate and smacked a in-the-park grand slam! A couple innings later an the game still close, it was deja vu for Matt. Another in-the-park grand slam! What a night for Matt and the Beautiful Strangers!

Wendi Schaener

Pitch Please

In an epic no-look Rock, Paper, Scissors match to determine home vs. away, Wendi took no prisoners tonight. Back's against each other so no one could stare each other down eye-to-eye, Wendi came out of the gate swinging and won fair and square on the first try.

Jeff Larsen

Yur’s

Jeff was undoubtedly the best shortstop on the field Sunday! He didn't always take the most direct path to balls, often opting for a longer, more circuitous route. As the sun and clouds played tag, Jeff smashed the ball all over the diamond and made plays like they were happening in slow motion!

 
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