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Burlington Recreation & Parks offers a spring and fall season of adult softball.
Spring games start in April with organizational meetings and practices starting about a couple of weeks prior to games starting. Leagues that play 1-nights-a-week can expect about 11 games plus tournament play during the season.
Fall games start in mid-August with organizational meetings and practices starting about two weeks prior. Leagues that play 1-nights-a-week can expect 7 games during the season.
Leagues offered include:
- Men's (1-Night Mon/Tues/Wed/Fri)
Divisions are created in each league pending team sign-ups.
For questions or register an adult softball team, call the Athletics Division.
2022 Spring Softball
Team Fee: $300; 1-Night a Week; Coed/Men/Women
Registration: March 1-29
Coaches Meeting: TBD
Practices Start: March 15
Games Start: April 5
2022 Fall Softball
Team Fee: $250; 1-Night a week; Coed/Men/Women
Registration: July 5-August 8
Coaches Meeting: TBA
Practices Start: July 18
Games Start: August 15
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**When registering your child for sports, you will no longer need to present your child's birth certificate upon sign-up. If you are a new player, you will be asked to provide your child's birth certificate to your child's coach prior to the start of games.
- Adult Softball Suspensions: Burlington Recreation & Parks has recently suspended two participants in the adult softball program for one and two years, respectively, for violations of equipment rules. Only USA Softball-approved bats are allowed in BRPD league play. This is done is in the interest of player safety.
- Hot Bats are Prohibited: USA Softball's rules prohibit hot bats because it can allow people to hit the ball farther, as well as make the ball pass through the infield at speeds that create a risk of serious injury to pitchers and infielders. Our umpires in this situation are to be commended for being alert and observant in the interest of keeping all our participants safe.
- All Bats Subject to Inspection: In order to help our umpires better do their job, we are also implementing a rule change; it will now be illegal to bring a non-approved or altered bat to the field. Any illegal bat brought to the field will subject the owner to ejection and possibly a one or two-year suspension. Any bats in or around the dugout will be subject to inspection by the umpires. We appreciate your cooperation in this matter of player safety.