Category: ASA Men’s Fast Pitch

2023 ASA Men’s Major Fast Pitch Nationals

2023 held at Caswell Park in North Mankato, Minnesota on August 3-6.

Champion – NY Gremlins, Clifton Park, New York
Runner Up – Hill United Chiefs, Six Nations, Ontario

  • MVP – Eric Ochoa, NY Gremlins
  • Batting Leader – Braden Ducharme, LC Ostrander Norsemen – .565
  • Home Run Leader – Braden Ducharme, LC Ostrander Norsemen – 3

Coming out on top of the 91st annual USA Softball Men’s Major Fast Pitch National Championship was the NY Gremlins after inclement weather in the area forced a cancellation of Sunday’s championship action. Clinching a spot in the final contest during Saturday night’s semi-final, the Gremlins of Clifton Park, NY remained as the only undefeated team in the tournament – earning them the 2023 National Championship title.

Scheduled to compete in the loser’s bracket semi-final on Sunday morning – also cancelled due to weather – Hill United Chiefs finished as the runner-up while AWP Lumberjacks took home third place honors.

Claiming back-to-back victories to open the tournament, AWP Lumberjacks’ hot streak ended after meeting Hill United Chiefs on Saturday afternoon – sending them to the loser’s bracket where they rebounded with two shutout wins over Omma Tigres and Bear Creek Express, setting them up for a rematch against the Chiefs on Sunday morning. Hill United Chiefs also started the tournament strong with three wins over Ohio Bombers, Wander Spring Chippers and AWP Lumberjacks before dropping to the loser’s bracket after falling to the NY Gremlins in a 7-4 battle on Saturday night. With the weather halting play, neither the Chiefs nor the Lumberjacks were able to redeem themselves against their opponents – earning second and third place titles, respectively.

Ending the tournament with a pristine 4-0 record, the NY Gremlins made history while bringing home the hardware – earning its third straight title and becoming the first team in the 21st century to three-peat twice at the Men’s Major Fast Pitch National Championship, also clinching three consecutive titles from 2016-2018. Since 2009, the NY Gremlins have improved to a 65-16 record, highlighted by a now eight National Championship titles and a spot in the record books.

The Gremlins outscored its opponents 35-8 during the 2023 event while picking up two shutout wins along the way. Combining for a .393 batting average with a .488 on-base percentage, the squad tallied 42 hits including nine doubles and eight home runs while reaching base a total of 20 times via walk or hit-by-pitch. Ben Enoka led the team at the plate with a .636 batting average, five singles, one double, one home run and 10 runs scored with Erick Ochoa also leading the pack racking up three singles, two doubles and a home run with seven RBI and a .462 batting average.

Holding down the defense for the Gremlins was Jack Besgrove and Andrew Kirkpatrick – splitting time in the circle with two wins apiece and a combined 2.04 ERA. Besgrove shut down his opponents through 15.1 innings, allowing a low of six runs to cross the plate while striking out 29 batters with Kirkpatrick posting 13 K’s of his own through 8.2 innings pitched.


P – Jack Besgrove, NY Gremlins
P – Bradley Kilpatrick, LC Ostrander Norsemen
P – Marco Diaz, AWP Lumberjacks
C – Cory Timu, LC Ostrander Norsemen
IF – Erick Ochoa, NY Gremlins
IF – Braden Ducharme, LC Ostrander Norsemen
IF – Lenny Villalvazo, JB
IF – Shane Boland, Hill United Chiefs
OF – Tom Czech, LC Ostrander Norsemen
OF – Bradley Ezekiel, Circle Tap Dukes
OF – Ben Enoka, NY Gremlins
UTIL – Fransisco Lombardo, AWP Lumberjacks
UTIL – Codi Pannebecker, AWP Lumberjacks
UTIL – Alan Peker, Hill United Chiefs


P – Andrew Kilpatrick, NY Gremlins
P – Adam Folkard, Hill United Chiefs
P – Roman Godoy, JB
C – Bruno Motroni, Hill United Chiefs
IF – Jerome Raemaki, NY Gremlins
IF – Blake Hunter, NY Gremlins
IF – Brent Meschke, LC Ostrander Norsemen
IF – Sisko Sabate, AWP Lumberjacks
OF – Mathieu Roy, NY Gremlins
OF – Colin Walsh, Bear Creek Express
OF – Quinten Bruce, Bear Creek Express
OF – Bryan Abbrey, NY Gremlins
UTIL – Zenon Winters, NY Gremlins
UTIL – Valdy Terkelson, AWP Lumberjacks
UTIL – Tony Gonzalez, Hill United Chiefs


1. NY Gremlins, Clifton Park, NY (4-0)
2. Hill United Chiefs, Six Nations, ON (3-1)
3. AWP Lumberjacks, Du Quoin, IL (4-1)
4. Bear Creek Express, Melbourne, ON (3-2)
5t. LC Ostrander Norsemen, Lake Crystal, MN (5-2)
5t. Omma Tigres, Midland, TX (3-2)
7t. J&B Painting, Agoura Hills, CA (4-2)
7t. Circle Tap Dukes, Denmark, WI (2-2)
9t. Kegel Black Knights, Fargo, ND (3-2)
9t. Midland Explorers, Midland, MI (2-3)
9t. Niagara Stompers, Niagara Falls, ON (1-2)
9t. Wander Spring Chippers, Greenleaf, WI (1-2)
13t. AHI Reapers, Kimberly, WI (2-2)
13t. Ohio Bombers, Bainbridge, ON (2-2)
13t. Pueblo Bandits, Pueblo, CO (1-3)
13t. Marchio Sausage Company, St. Paul, MN (1-3)
17t. Czech U18 National Team, Prague, CZ (1-2)
17t. San Antonio Glowworm, San Antonio, TX (0-3)
17t. The Bar Buzz, Appleton, WI (0-3)
17t. Southside Stingers, Brisbane, AU (0-3)

ASA Men’s A Fast Pitch Nationals

Year  Champ Runner-up MVP MV Pitcher (if listed)
1975 Neal’s Truck Parts, Grand Rapids, MI Green Terrace, Winona, WI N/A not awarded
1976 Apple Auto, Millersville, PA Neal’s Truck Parts, Grand Rapids, MI N/A Jerry Grontz, Apple Auto
1977 Miami Sawaia’s, Miami, FL North Bay Merchants, Petaluma, CA Adolpho Mercado, Miami Sawaia’s
1978 S&K Rigging, Arcola, IL Granada Realty, Fremont, CA Chuck Caldera, Granada Realty
1979 Joaquin Construction, Modesto, CA Montgomery Steelers, Montgomery, AL Jim Bryan, Joaquin Construction Hal Skinner, Joaquin Construction
1980 S.H. Good, New Holland, PA Blitz-Weinhard, Medford, OR Jimmy Moore, Blitz
1981 S.H. Good, New Holland, PA Savala Painters, Long Beach, CA Rex Giberson, S.H. Good
1982 The Tee House, Modesto, CA Albuquerque A’s, Albuquerque, NM N/A
1983 Holiday Markets, Chico, CA Mitchell Corporation, Corunna, MI John Hohse, Holiday Markets
1984 Hudson Supply, Bakersfield, CA Lowder Electric, Bakersfield, CA Keith West, Landmark Chevrolet
1985 ETV Trucking, Grand Rapids, MI Stewart-Taylor-Printing, Duluth, MN Dave Ganton, ETV Trucking
1986 Tubbs & Son Electric, Manteca, CA Raymax, Burbank, CA Pete Duenas, Tubbs & Sons Electric
1987 Jolly Molly Softball, Lebanon, PA Magna Plating, Burbank, CA Roy Himmelberger, Jolly Molly Softball
1988 Stewart Taylor, Duluth, MN Columbus Metros, Columbus, OH Brian Langeland, Stewart Taylor
1989 Texas Flyers, Webster, TX DC Tire, Philadelphia, PA Troy Brooks, Texas Flyers
1990 Marshall Jazz, Marshall, MO Louisville Lasers, Louisville, KY Terry Luster, Marshall Jazz
1991 Springers, Boulder, CO Vista Bombers, Rossmoor, CA Randy Devenport, Springers
1992 DC Tire, Reading, PA Buchmiller Plastering, Lodi, CA Mike Smith, DC Tire
1993 Broken Bow Travelers, Broken Bow, NE Classic Pool & Spa, Omaha, NE Darren Dubsky, Classic Pool & Spa
1994 DC Tire, Reading, PA TSB Merchants, Oakdale, CA Rod Jarvis, DC Tire
1995 Happy Chef, Mankato, MN Kokomo Pride, Kokomo, IN Matt Haefner, Happy Chef
1996 Hy-Line Enterprises, Elkhart, IN Wilson Trophy, Stockton, CA Darrell Bender, Hy-Line Enterprises
1997 DC Tire Roadrunners, Reading, PA VCJ Athletics, Duluth, MN Mike Ohl, DC Tire
1998 DMS Knights, Fargo, ND Hobnobber Tavern, Seattle, WA Scott Deutsch, DMS Knights
1999 Texas Flyers, Houston, TX The Freight, Vandalia, IL Bryan Neal, Texas Flyers Stoney Burke, Texas Flyers
2000 All Season Patriots, Allentown, PA Capital City Chaos, Dawson, IL David Stokes, All Season Patriots
2001 Cancelled due to rain
2002 Lyons, Fresno, CA Maverick Electric, Stockton, CA Shawn Mandolesi, Lyons Tony Peoples, Lyons
2003 Barley Pop A’s, Minot, ND Image Solution Knights, Fargo, ND Rick Lang, Barley Pop A’s
2004 McKie Sports, Oswego, NY Keating Fitness, Wilkes-Barre, PA Charlie Walsman, KcKie Sports David Stokes, Keating Fitness
2005 CR DeMarini Portland, OR Kreider & Flick, Lancaster, PA Brian Kaneshige, CR Demarini Mark Bennett, CR Demarini
2006 New Image, Mt. Horeb, WI Rudd’s Team & Trophy, Peoria, IL
2007 The Freight, Vandalia, IL New Image, Mt. Horeb, WI
2008 Italian Athletic Club, Stockton, CA New Image Fastpitch, Montfort, WI Tony Peoples, Italian Athletic Club
2009 Lightning, Marshall, MI New Image Fastpitch, Montfort, WI Sean Kelly, Lightning
2010 Italian Athletic Club, Stockton, CA Silverhawks, Bakersfield, CA Tyson Barkman, Italian Athletic Club
2011 Columbia River A1 Rockies, Portland, OR Italian AC, Stockton, CA Juan Petoluccio, Columbia River A1 Rockies
2012 New Image, Mt. Horeb, WI Sioux Falls Sox, Dell Rapids, IA
2013, Grass Valley, CA Columbia River Brewers, Van., WA Shawn Mendullsi, Columbia River A1 Rockies
2014 Sioux Falls Sox, Sioux Falls, SD Crow Bar, Sioux Falls, SD

In 2015 the Men’s A Fastpitch National tournament was discontinued. Starting in 2016, Class A, Class B, and Class C were combined into East and West Open tournaments and also gold and silver flights.

Year Class Champion Runner-Up
2016 East Gold Blues FP, Hastings, MI Marshall Lightning, Marshall, MI
2016 West Gold CR Bartels Farms, Vancouver, WA Roseville Eagles, Lincoln, CA
2016 East Silver Tiffany’s Fastpitch. Saginaw, MI Diamond Dogs, Wabash, IN
2016 West Silver Oregon Cascades, Wilsonville, OR Interbay Door, Seattle, WA
2017 East Gold Twin City Gray Sox, St. Joseph, MI McDaniel Concrete, Bunceton, MO
2017 West Gold Cancelled
2017 East Silver Central Illinois Knights, Camargo, IL DC Outlaws, Elkhart, IN
2017 West Silver Cancelled
2018 East Gold Michigan Snappers, Dimondale, MI Twin City Gray Sox, Sawyer, MI
2018 West Gold Cancelled
2018 East Silver DC Outlaws, Elkhart, IN Teutopolis Merchants, Teutopolis, IL
2018 West Silver Cancelled
2019 East Gold Snappers, Kingsley, MI Marshall Lightning, Marshall, MI
2019 West Gold Cancelled
2019 East Silver Tiffany’s, Frankenmuth, MI Twin City Gray Sox, St. Joseph, MI
2019 West Silver Cancelled
2020 East Gold Snappers, Kingsley, MI Tiffany’s, Frankenmuth, MI
2020 West Gold Cancelled
2020 East Silver Cancelled
2020 West Silver Cancelled
2021 East Gold Rebels Softball Club, Clyde, MI Tiffany’s, Frankenmuth, MI
2021 West Gold Cancelled
2021 East Silver McBain/Michigan Events, Pinckney, MI AJ Masonry Sting, Wabash, IN
2021 West Silver Cancelled

Fort Wayne Zollner Pistons

The Fort Wayne Zollner Pistons were one of the greatest men’s fast pitch teams in history. Here is a look at their storied history.

  • 1940 ASA Indiana State Runnerup to Bendix Brakes, ASA National Runnerup (44-14)
  • 1941 ASA Indiana State Runnerup to Bendix brakes, ASA National Champs (50-10)
  • 1942 ASA Indiana State Champ/ASA East Central Regional Champ, ASA National 3rd Place (65-12)
  • 1943 ASA Indiana State Champ/ASA East Central Regional 3rd place (63-15)
  • 1944 Indiana State Champ/ASA West Central Regional Champ/ASA National Runnerup (76-12)
  • 1945 ASA National Industrial Champ/ASA National Champ (72-4)
  • 1946 ASA National Champ/NSL League Champ (93- 7)
  • 1947 ASA National Champ/NSL Regular Season and Playoff Champ (113-19)
  • 1948 NSL Regular Season Champ – did not play ASA Champ Briggs Beautyware (99-21)
  • 1949 NSL Regular Season & Playoff Champ – Beat ASA Champ Tip Top Tailors (114-10)
  • 1950 NFL Regular Season & Playoff Champ – Beat ASA Champ Clearwater Bombers (113-17)
  • 1951 NISL Regular Season & Playoff Champ – Beat ASA Champ Dow Chemical (101- 6)
  • 1952 NISL Regular Season & Playoff Champ – Beat ASA Champ Briggs Beautyware (110-14)
  • 1953 NISL Regular Season Champ – Lost to ASA Champ Briggs Beautyware (87-16)
  • 1954 NISL Regular Season Champ/ASA Indiana State Champ/ASA West Central Regional 4th place (56-12)
  • 1955 Fred Zollner disbanded the team

1945, 1946 and 1947, were the real glory years for Zollner’s club. It won world titles all three years, and no team ever won three in row before or since. It was in the 1947 World Tournament that Zollner decided he would pull his team out of ASA competition. In the final game of that tournament the opposition protested that the Pistons were using a pro, Curly Armstrong. He was a member of the Zollner Pistons pro basketball squad, and thus was indeed considered a pro. However, the other team also had a player who’ was a member of the former New York Rens, so both were thrown out of the tournament, and the final game had to be replayed. It made no difference. The Pistons won both.

A new league

Out of those ASA problems in 1947 the National Fastball League was born, and all of the great teams of that era were members. It made no difference to the Pistons. From 1948 through 1954, the last year for the Piston team here, Zollner’s team won the league championship six of seven years, losing out in 1952 to Midland, Mich.

During the 1946 national tourney in Cleveland, Lou Boudreau, manager of the Cleveland Indians, gave tryouts to Ramage and the Johnston brothers and wanted to sign all three to professional baseball contracts. “He wanted us to sign and play in, I think, Davenport, Iowa,” Ramage said. “But we were making more money in Fort Wayne than the Cleveland organization wanted to pay us, so we said thanks, but no thanks.” Naturally, with the huge salaries major league teams are paying these days, Kampschmidt and Ramage have to wonder what they might have done had they been born about 40 years after they were.

“I have to look at the St. Louis shortstop, Ozzie Smith, and wonder,” says Ramage. “The guy can’t hit his hat, and he’s making a million dollars.” They can recall boundless stories of their playing days with the Pistons, first riding in a bus all over the Midwest and later four to a car. “Fred always made sure there was one guy in each car who didn’t drink,” laughed Ramage.

Into left field

Kampschmidt remembers a game in which the Pistons had a 1-0 lead in the last inning and the other team had runners on second and third with no one out. “I looked at West, who was warming up, and he said, ‘Give me the ball, Bernie, I’ll get this thing over in a hurry.’ The batter bunted his first pitch and Bill promptly threw the ball into left field and both runs scored. He looked at me and said, ‘I told you I would get it over with in a hurry.’ ”

Kampschmidt, who was named manager of the team in 1946 and held that job until the team folded,. was asked what pitcher he would want to use if his team was playing in the seventh game of a best-of-seven series. “Bill West,” he replied with no hesitation, and added, “Luken wouldn’t be far behind, but if it was the seventh game Leo probably would have already pitched a couple of times and West was the kind of guy who could pitch every day.”

Facing retirement, Kampschmidt said, “I sure never thought when I moved here in 1940 I would work for the Winer Corp. for 42 years without ever missing a paycheck.” Ramage added, “There isn’t that first regret. Fred (Zollner) was the best sponsor a team ever had and the greatest guy in the world to work for.”

The Pistons were tickled when their old Detroit foes, the Briggs, went out Tuesday at the hands of the 38-year-old veteran, Shifty Gears, of Rochester, in an eight-inning thriller, 1-0.

Neal Barille became a father for the second time about two hours before the game Tuesday night. The new arrival is a daughter. He has a son, two. Neal celebrated with a single and two walks in four trips and has the fans here saying he’s improved since he left here.

Lou Boudreau, Cleveland Indian boss, was around to see some of the games and took a mighty good look at the Italian speedster. Porky Slater had to have a doe-tor’s care for his injured left shoulder and played with it heavily taped. But he drew a walk, hit a sharp single and made one swell catch despite the handicap. Hugh Johnston hit the ball hard three times, his second double being close to a homer, and the Pistons believe he’s out of his recent slump at the plate.

Eight more games today trim the field to three teams in each division, with the Pistons sure to be one of the three male survivors , for Thursday.

Ferguson Manager Beefs

If extra games are needed in either division after Thursday, night they are tentatively scheduled for Friday. The Piston-Ferguson game Tuesday night started nearly two hours late and was not over until way past midnight. The schedule got away behind because there were so many overtime clashes Tuesday. John Nolan, Ferguson manager, argued loud and long when the umps started calling illegal pitches on Kirkendall, but to no avail. They had called seven on him in an earlier game because he fails to stop long enough in his ball presentation.


ASA Men’s Fastpitch Champions

Note: Tourney W-L record is included in Season W-L record as compiled by Patrick M. Premo (see “Thanks” below)

# – 1932 & 1933 sponsored by National Diamond Ball Association; then disbanded.

1932# Bodegas, LaCrosse, WI 4-0
1933# Wemcoes (Wisconsin Evaporated Milk Co.),Lake Mills,WI 5-0
1933 J. L. Friedman Boosters, Chicago, IL 5-0 35-2
1934 Ke-Nash-A Blue Streaks, Kenosha, WI 5-0 61-8
1935 Crimson Coach Tobaccos, Toledo, OH 5-0 81-27
1936 Kodak Park, Rochester, NY 6-0
1937 Briggs Body Team, Detroit, MI 6-0 107-12
1938 Pohlar’s Café, Cincinnati, OH 6-0
1939 Nick Carr Boosters, Covington, KY 6-0 77-10
1940 Kodak Park, Rochester, NY 6-0
1941 Bendix Brakes, South Bend, IN 6-0 61-22
1942 Deep Rock Oilers, Tulsa, OK 6-1
1943 Hammer Field Raiders, Fresno, CA 5-1 25-3
1944 Hammer Field Raiders, Fresno, CA 5-0 58-4
1945 Zollner Pistons, Fort Wayne, IN 6-1 72-4
1946 Zollner Pistons, Fort Wayne, IN 5-0 93-7
1947 Zollner Pistons, Fort Wayne, IN 5-0 113-19
1948 Briggs Beautyware, Detroit, MI 5-1 41-1
1949 Tip Top Tailors, Toronto, Ontario, Canada 5-0
1950 Clearwater Bombers, Clearwater, FL 5-0
1951 Dow Chemical AC Co., Midland, MI 6-1
1952 Briggs Beautyware, Detroit, MI 6-0
1953 Briggs Beautyware, Detroit, MI 6-1
1954 Clearwater Bombers, Clearwater, FL 5-0
1955 Raybestos Cardinals, Stratford, CT 6-1 66-5
1956 Clearwater Bombers, Clearwater, FL 5-0
1957 Clearwater Bombers, Clearwater, FL 6-0
1958 Raybestos Cardinals, Stratford, CT 5-0 72-5
1959 Aurora Sealmasters, Aurora, IL 9-1 77-10
1960 Clearwater Bombers, Clearwater, FL 7-1
1961 Aurora Sealmasters, Aurora, IL 5-0 74-9
1962 Clearwater Bombers, Clearwater, FL 6-0
1963 Clearwater Bombers, Clearwater, FL 6-0 105-10
1964 Burch Gage & Tool, Detroit, MI 5-0
1965 Aurora Sealmasters, Aurora, IL 5-0 92-6
1966 Clearwater Bombers, Clearwater, FL 5-0
1967 Aurora Sealmasters, Aurora, IL 6-0
1968 Clearwater Bombers, Clearwater, FL 6-0
1969 Raybestos Cardinals, Stratford, CT 5-1 74-10
1970 Raybestos Cardinals, Stratford, CT 6-0 86-15
1971 Welty Way, Cedar Rapids, IA 5-0
1972 Raybestos Cardinals, Stratford, CT 6-0 52-8
1973 Clearwater Bombers, Clearwater, FL 5-1 82-12
1974 Guanella Brothers, Santa Rosa, CA 5-0 107-10
1975 Rising Sun Hotel, Reading, PA 6-0 62-13
1976 Raybestos Cardinals, Stratford, CT 5-0
1977 York-Billard Barbell, Reading, PA 6-1 81-8
1978 York-Billard Barbell, Reading, PA 6-0 76-13
1979 McArdle Pontiac/Cadillac, Midland, MI 7-1
1980 Peterbilt Western, Seattle, WA 6-0
1981 Decatur ADM, Decatur, IL 6-1 102-20
1982 Peterbilt Western, Seattle, WA 6-1
1983 Franklin Cardinals, West Haven, CT 5-1
1984 California Coors Kings, Merced, CA 10-1 78-19
1985 Pay ‘N Pak, Seattle, WA 6-0 105-15
1986 Pay ‘N Pak, Seattle, WA 6-0
1987 Pay ‘N Pak, Bellevue, WA 11-1 92-21
1988 Trans-Aire Vans, Elkhart, IN 8-1 59-24
1989 Penn Corp., Sioux City, IA 6-1 91-24
1990 Penn Corp., Sioux City, IA 6-1 95-17
1991 Guanella Brothers, Rohnert Park, CA 6-1 56-16
1992 National Health Care Discount, Sioux  City, IA 10-1 94-7
1993 National Health Care Discount, Sioux  City, IA 7-1 98-8
1994 Decatur Pride, Decatur, IL 7-1
1995 Decatur Pride, Decatur, IL 6-0 80-12
1996 Green Bay All Car Roadrunners, Green Bay, WI 6-1 66-21
1997 Tampa Bay Smokers, Clearwater, FL 5-1 65-17
1998 Meierhoffer-Fleeman, St. Joseph, MO 5-0
1999 Decatur Pride, Decatur, IL 5-0
2000 Meierhoffer-Fleeman, St. Joseph, MO 4-0
2001 Frontier Players Casino, St. Joseph, MO 6-1
2002 Frontier Players Casino, St. Joseph, MO 5-0
2003 Farm Tavern, Madison, WI 5-0
2004 Farm Tavern, Madison, WI 5-0
2005 Tampa Bay Smokers, Tampa Bay, FL 4-0
2006 Circle Tap, Denmark, WI 6-1 32-20
2007 Patsy’s, New York, NY 5-0
2008 Patsy’s, New York, NY 5-1
2009 Farm Tavern, Madison, WI 10-1
2010 Kitchener Rivershack Twins, Amber, PA 5-0
2011 Broken Bow/Jarvis Travelers, Broken Bow, NE – Tie, rain 4-1
2011 Chicago/NY Gremlins, Staten Island, NY — Tie due to rain 5-1
2012 NY Gremlins, Clifton Park, NY 8-1 34-8
2013 Hill United Chiefs, Six Nations, Ontario, Canada 5-0 37-8
2014 Hill United Chiefs, Six Nations, Ontario, Canada 4-0 34-4
2015 Hill United Chiefs, Six Nations, Ontario, Canada 5-0 28-1
2016 NY Gremlins, Clifton Park, NY 5-0 31-6
2017 NY Gremlins, Clifton Park, NY 5-0 17-4
2018 NY Gremlins, Clifton Park, NY 5-0 32-4
2019 Hill United Chiefs, Six Nations, Ontario, Canada 4-0 21-4
2019 Kegel Black Knights, Amboy, MN 4-0

Many people have been — and continue to be — very helpful in my quest to locate seasonal & tourney games won and lost. I appreciate all their help & patience. Alphabetically, many thanks to Steve Dimitry (The Softball History website), Larry Fisher (ISC Fastpitch), Stormy Irwin (softball historian), Luann Madison (Softball Magazine), Greg Nydick (NY Gremlins), Dan Pfeffer (, Kirk Walker (former California Commotion women’s coach), Codi Warren (USA Softball), Erica Westly (FASTPITCH author).

Please send any corrections, additions, etc. to me at: or 404-996-2192.