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Calling all slowpitch players: Info on 2017 Spring Season. City Parks & Rec hiring softball officials.

Mail in registration will begin February 6 through February 10, all mail in registrations MUST be postmarked by February 10, 2017 in order for team to be signed up.

Walk/Email/Call in registration begins February 15 through March 3.

Mail/Walk in address: 8155 E Poinciana Dr, Tucson AZ, 85730
Call in number: 520-791-4870
Email: sportsunit@tucsonaz.gov

The spring season begins on March 13, 2017.

A fee of $316 for a team of up to 15 players and $5 for any additional players covers the costs of an official scorekeeper for each game, a two officials for 10 regular season games, as well as a single elimination tournament and trophies for league champions and runners up.

A “free agent list,” is available. There’s no cost for individual players to be placed on the list, however, placement on a team is not guaranteed. The City of Tucson offers the list as a courtesy to league coaches who cannot find enough players or who lose players due to unseen circumstances. The City of Tucson does not place you on a team.

CLICK HERE TO PLACE YOUR NAME ON THE FREE AGENT LIST.

If you have competed in the City Softball League before, Tucson Parks & Rec would like to hear from you on how they can improve their leagues. Click HERE TO FILL OUT THE SURVEY.

For more information regarding Code of Conduct, evaluation and line up sheets, click on the links below.

Code of Conduct.

Evaluation Form.

Lineup Form.

The City of Tucson is also hiring softball officials for their adult ASA Slowpitch Leagues beginning in March and a Fall season beginning in August.

Classroom and field mechanics training are required.

Those interested must call (520) 791-4870, or e-mail Tucson Parks & Rec at sportsunit@tucsonaz.gov by February 3rd.

All information obtained from the Tucson Parks & Rec Sports Unit web page.

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