Softball returns in January!


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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 13 - Sep 24

Sara B

I'd Hit That

Along with Jason P, they hit ALL the homeruns!

Jonathan S

Making the trek

Wendi S

Pitch Please

Good sport despite a blown call at first!

Matt B

Pitches Be Trippin

For pitching and playing solid infield defense.

Dennis- Sliding catch at 2nd to get the force

Becky J

For an excellent hit, and holding down catcher

Connor J

Just Send It

Ace pitching performance!

John P

Jerry Jones Landscaping

Never too late to dominate!



For an excellent pitching outing

Mickenzie A

The Syndicate

Diving catch

Players of the Week

Aug 13 - Sep 24

Kellen Klein

Jort Report

Kellen's Jort Report was locked in battle with Yur's Sunday in a rainy affair with the feeling of fall in the air. The persistent wind and rain didn't stop either team from pilling up runs, as both continuously traded crooked numbers on the scoreboard. Despite leading for the majority of the game, Jort Report momentarily fell behind as Yur's rallied from a large early deficit to take a one-run lead heading into the final frame. In their last at-bat, Meghan reached base on an off-the-end-of-the-bat squibber, before Kellen stepped up and crushed a game-winning home run to deep centerfield. Clutch hitting Kellen!

Alfredo Melendez - Holy Canoli!!

Michael and Friends

Obviously a friend of Mike's, Fredo could not be stopped this evening. His vacuum like glove impressed at short stop while he followed up great fielding with powerful hitting and a smooth stroke. keeeyaaahhh!

Brooks Schaener

Brooks Please!

Brooks made some unreal plays this evening. His glove was a magnet for the ball as he sprung almost yards into the air to snag a line drive. Then he added a an unassisted double play. He could not be stopped!

Nikkey Cardema

eROIALs starting off with a bang!

Nikkey earns player of the week for his impressive fielding...but especially for his two HUGE homeruns. One laser shot got out in a hurry and the second which put his team on top was a towering drive. Winner winner chicken dinner!

Don't Call Him 'Shawn'

Line-Drives for Life

Sean stepped in admirably for Line-Drives for Life on Sunday. A late addition to the lineup, he could be spotted making plays all over the field and heard enthusiastically cheering on his teammates no matter the score. "All you need is one!" was a popular refrain of encouragement emanating from the third base dugout on Sunday, and Sean carried that same positivity onto the field as well. He topped off his great day with a grandslam, providing the offensive highlight of the day for his teammates. Way to play Sean, hopefully your teammates will spell your name correctly next time out!

Player of the Game -- April Stottlemire

The Syndicate

April is this week's Player of the Week. She hit the game-winning single in the seventh inning to lead the Syndicate to a come-from-behind victory over Sons of Pitches Sunday afternoon. Along with her game-winning hit, April had a great day both in the field and at bat and brought a positive attitude to the game.

Mark Klick

Tinderellas Showing Strong in the Opener

Holy Toledo was Mark clicking this evening. Now we do have to qualify that he did get out once, but he still managed to hit for the cycle including a Three Run Home Run. WHAMMY! Mark also flashed the leather more than once and was making play after play (even when he might not have had to dive) Hopefully laundry day is coming soon. Marks performance paced the Tinderellas in their opening game and we can swipe right on this performance.

Bridget Obrien


Bridget had an all-around impact in helping lead Yur's to a double-header sweep on Sunday! In both games she could be seen picking sharply hit grounders at second base, making difficult plays look rather routine. In the second game, she was a leadoff extraordinaire, slapping hits around the outfield and picking up several RBIs in the process. Great playing Bridget!

Nico Lutz

The Bunt for Red October

The Bunt for Red October was locked into a tight matchup with The Base Invaders under the lights of Montavilla Park Wednesday evening. In a back and forth affair, Nico was able to lead his team to a victory both at the plate and on the mound, pitching a complete game to secure the W! This was one of the most competitive, good-spirited, and well-played games I've had the pleasure of umpiring with Underdog Sports. Way to go Nico!

Hugh Findlay

Running Late

For leading the team be it at pitcher or outfield, he brings the attitude to compete and more importantly have fun. Here's to you keeping the oasis!

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