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2018 Norwood Sorrento’s-Greater Cincinnati Softball Hall Of Fame Induction Ceremonies Slated For January 28th At Radisson Cincinnati Riverfront

Another class of seven distinguished slow pitch softball figures will comprise the 2018 class of inductees into the Norwood Sorrento’s-Greater Cincinnati Softball Hall of Fame.   Elected by the Greater Cincinnati Softball Hall of Fame Committee, the inductees will include Jim Freeze in the Sponsor Category, David Maury in the Special Service Category, Johnny Miller […]

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Norwood Sorrento’s Greater Cincinnati Softball Hall Of Fame Banquet Set For January 28th At Radisson Hotel; Fox Sports Ohio’s Jeff Piecoro To MC

The Norwood Sorrento’s Greater Cincinnati Softball Hall of Fame 2018 Inductions will take place Sunday, January 28th. Seven new Hall of Famers will be honored.   This year’s banquet will once again be held at the Radisson Hotel Cincinnati Riverfront in Covington, Ky. Inductees will be Jim Freeze in the Sponsor Category, David Maury in the […]

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Three Locals To Be Inducted Sunday, December 3rd, Into Ohio USSSA Hall Of Fame Class Of 2017

Columbus, OH. – Three Greater Cincinnati softball legends, including Ron Baird, Colleen Needham, and Mary Jane Ranz, will be among the ten distinguished slow pitch softball figures comprising the 2017 class of inductees into the Ohio USSSA Softball Hall of Fame on Sunday, December 3rd.   Elected by the Ohio USSSA Hall of Fame Committee […]

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Three Locals To Be Inducted Sunday, December 4th, Into Ohio USSSA Hall Of Fame Class Of 2016

Columbus, OH. – Three Greater Cincinnati softball legends, including Sharon Graham, Bob Owens and Brenda Ryan, will be among the ten distinguished slow pitch softball figures comprising the 2016 class of inductees into the Ohio USSSA Softball Hall of Fame on Sunday, December 4th.   Elected by the Ohio USSSA Board of Directors and being […]

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Norwalk Local 42 Outlasts Columbus 13-3 In 39th Annual U. A. “C” Division Finals At Expressway Park

Milford, Oh.—In an all-Ohio finals, Norwalk Local 42 rallied from a 24-20 spanking in the first championship game to mercy rule Columbus Local 189 13-3 in the second finals and capture first place in the class “C” division of the 39th Annual United Association National Tournament June 24-26 at Expressway Park.   The victory wrapped […]

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Stokes Single Lifts Washington DC Local 602 Past Indiana Sprinkle Fitters Local 669 7-6 In 39th Annual U. A. “B” Division Finals At Expressway Park

  Milford, Oh.—Thomas Stokes lined a single into the right-centerfield gap to plate Mike Young with the winning run in the bottom of the 8th to lift Washington DC Local 602 past Indiana Sprinkle Fitters Local 669 7-6 in the second championship game of the class “B” division of the 39th Annual United Association National […]

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Two Locals To Be Inducted Sunday, December 6th, Into Ohio USSSA Hall Of Fame Class Of 2015

By Scott Kuhnen   Columbus, OH. – Two Greater Cincinnati softball legends, including Joe Kiradjieff and Tom Rowan, will be among the ten distinguished slow pitch softball figures comprising the 2015 class of inductees into the Ohio USSSA Softball Hall of Fame on Sunday, December 6th.   Elected by the Ohio USSSA Board of Directors […]

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Cincysoftball.com to host 2010 Cincinnati Metro Brackets

Cincysoftball.com was again selected to partner with Rumpke Ball Park to host the 2010 ASA Metro Brackets. “We are very excited to be a partner with Rumpke” commented Cincysoftball’s Andy Larkins. “This tournament is the largest in the area in terms of teams and length of time if takes to play out so having something […]

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May 2010: Publisher’s Comments

There are a lot of theories about yet another downturn that USSSA “D” National Invitational Tournaments are experiencing this year in Greater Cincinnati. Once, these were Greater Cincinnati’s most popular events.  From 2000-2003, they averaged 43 teams per tournament.  In 2004 and 2005 they averaged 32 teams, then in 2006-2008 they averaged 25 teams. Last […]

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April 2010: Publisher’s Comments

Sometime this spring or early this summer, it appears likely that bat testing machines will be put into use at some of the USSSA softball complexes in Greater Cincinnati. It is not clear to what extent they will be utilized.  Perhaps for a small fee, owners will be able to test their bats to ensure […]

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March 2010: Publisher’s Comments

During and after the Norwood Sorrento’s-Greater Cincinnati Softball Hall of Fame banquet each year, one of the most commonly asked questions by some of the old-timers whose teams won or at least competed for men’s national titles at the top level of the game is whether Greater Cincinnati teams can ever achieve such notoriety again. […]

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January 2010: Publisher’s Comments

Every January we make new year’s resolutions in which we commit to some project or to reforming a habit.  Generally this represents some sort of lifestyle change that is interpreted as being beneficial to ourselves or others.  Examples of this might be to lose weight, to exercise more often, to spend more time with our […]

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June 2009: Publisher’s Comments

Last month the Cincinnati Softball News explored the detrimental effect that the economy was having on what had been some of the area’s most popular tournaments, USSSA NIT’s. It’s no secret, however, that most slow pitch tournaments have been on the decline ever since the game began to experience a downturn some 20 or so […]

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2009 Metro Information and Application

Application Page 1 – www.cincysoftball.com/data/Metapp2009.pdf Application Page 2 – www.cincysoftball.com/data/Metapp2009.pdf Notice To Managers – www.cincysoftball.com/data/Metnotice2009.pdf Terms and Conditions – www.cincysoftball.com/data/Mettc2009.pdf

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April 2009: Publisher’s Comments

In the wake of the “classification season,” during which some fifty area teams have now participated in the process of submitting a roster and being assigned a classification, it might be worthwhile to reflect on why Greater Cincinnati has a classification committee and player lists, and exactly what the function of each is. After all, […]

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