Adult Softball League
The Parks and Community Services Department offers three separate adult slow-pitch softball leagues each year. The season kicks off with our spring league which begins play in late February. Our summer league begins play in late May, while our fall league begins play in late August. Our recreational softball leagues are a great opportunity for you and friends, co-workers or neighbors to enjoy some fun, physical activity and socializing while enjoying one of the finest softball complexes in Northern California, the Tracy Sports Complex.
The program offers three levels of competitiveness and skill level. Newer or less competitive teams may play in the Novice Division, higher skilled teams may participate in our Intermediate Division, while our more competitive and skilled teams may take advantage of our Advance Division. Take some time to review our Adult Softball Brochure to obtain more information about our leagues. Click here to view our Adult Softball Brochure.
Official Adult Softball rosters can be downloaded to facilitate mail-in or walk-in registrations. Click here for Adult Softball Roster.
Interested teams may also register on-line. Click here for online registration.
This summer the City of Tracy adult softball league had 33 teams total competing in the coed and men’s divisions. That is an eight team increase than the previous summer season. The Monday night coed adult softball league was swept by the teams “Hot Mess” from the novice division and “Rusty’s” from the intermediate division. Both teams finished the season undefeated to win it all in the championship. The Friday night men’s division had two major upsets. The team “10 Jerks and a Squirt” from the men’s advanced division went into the playoffs as the fourth seed, and ended up winning it all defeating the number one seed in the championship. For the novice division, the team “Miller Time” also defeated the number one seeded team in the championship to take it all. And for the intermediate division, the team “Misfits” who started as a novice division team, has yet to claim another title in a different division. This season the “Misfits” will be competing in the highest level, the men’s advanced division to pursue another championship title.