2019 Modified Sunday & Weeknight Rules

2019 Modified Rules Sunday & Weeknight Leagues

SPORTSMANSHIP “IT’S A SPORT!” “BE A SPORT!”

Athletic competition, at the community recreation level, can be a rewarding lifetime activity. Central Jersey Softball Association endeavors to provide a safe and enjoyable experience that is worthy of the time and money expended and an activity which can be enjoyed by an entire family. The product, or the quality of the experience, will rest with the attitude each participant brings to the contest.  As a league, we hope the individual competitors will rely on an old standard------sportsmanship. Compete hard and compete within the rules. What society might see at the college or professional level does not necessarily enhance the experience at the community level. When the moment of frustration rears its ugly head ---experience the moment and move on with the contest. Remember, enjoy the recreational activity for just what it is----a game. Pursue victory with honor!

 

1.        NO ALCOHOLIC beverages will be consumed before or during game at field. This will be considered Unsportsmanlike conduct, and an automatic team forfeit. No exceptions!  The umpire can forfeit the game if determined that alcohol is being consumed in the dugout or on the field without warning. 

2.        RAIN & WEATHER: - Teams should not take it upon themselves to cancel games. Such action could result in a double forfeit being assessed. Rain in one area does not mean that it is raining at the game site. Rainouts will be rescheduled within reason on the schedule and any rainouts that cannot be rescheduled will be deemed canceled. Sunday games teams will be notified either the night before or by 7am on Sunday morning.  Weeknight games teams will be notified by the league no later than 4pm of game status (if it rains after 5pm then the call is made at the field by the umpire or field super).  Teams will be notified via a posting on the league site: www.cnjsoftball.com, text or email. We will make every attempt to play it safe conditions permit.  On weather related days we ask that you have patience as a call will be made as soon as possible, many times we are waiting on the township officials to make an official call or have someone checking or working on the fields.  Once a call is made that a field is canceled due to weather ALL games for that day/night are canceled unless specified.

                                                                i.      Weeknight if the lights are not on at a field - Old Bridge in the Spring by 7:30pm, or the code at Normandy or McMahon does not work for any reason.  The umpire will notify the league and I will call and try and get the issue resolved as quickly as possible.  Please do not bombard me with calls and texts as once I am made aware, I am calling to get this resolved and cannot respond.        

3.      SOFTBALLS: Team must buy F12 Clincher Gold Softballs for the 2019 season as they are no longer included in the league fees.  It is recommended a team purchase 18 balls for the weeknight and 24 balls for the Sunday leagues.  The Clincher F12 Gold Softballs can be purchased at Athlete’s Alley, 483 Broad Street, Shrewsbury, NJ 07702, phone: 732.842.1127, http://athletesalley.com, you can ask for Greg Ford or where ever you can purchase them, but they must be Clincher Gold F12 .
        
- On game day each team will supply 1 brand new softball F12 Clincher Gold softball per game.  Teams should have back up balls available in the event a ball is lost.  Teams must chase homerun and foul balls. 

4.      LEAGUE STRUCTURE:  SUNDAY MODIFIED:
THREE
divisions B+, B & C+/C

                                                                i.      The B+ and B will play games against each other during the Spring regular season. Fall League division structure will vary.

                                                              ii.      Playoffs: All teams will play within their own division, via double elimination format (Spring & Fall)

                                                             iii.      Regular season will be 16-20 games for the Spring and 10-14 games for the Fall   

 
LEAGUE STRUCTURE: OLD BRIDGE MODIFIED:
THREE
divisions B, C+ & C35
       a) - The B & C+ will play cross over games during the regular season only.  The C35 only in division

     b) - Playoffs ALL teams will play within their own division
       c) - Regular season will be 13 games in Spring and up to 10 in the Fall  
       d) - Playoffs will be double elimination format for the Spring and the Fall will be single elimination (unless time permits then it can be altered)

LEAGUE STRUCTURE:
 MIDDLETOWN MODIFIED:
TWO
divisions A/B+ & B/C+

                                                             iv.      The two division may play some games against the other during the Spring regular season. Fall League division structure will vary.

                                                              v.      When an A/B+ team crosses over they MUST use a B level pitcher

                                                             vi.      Playoffs: All teams will play within their own division

                                                            vii.      Regular season will be 13 games for the Spring and up to10 games for the Fall

                                                          viii.      Playoffs will be double elimination format for the Spring and the Fall is single elimination (unless time permits then it can be altered) 

***
FOR ALL LEAGUES: If weather causes massive rain outs and cancellations the league has the right to alter the schedule to get the season completed in the allotted time frame the townships permit.  (This is more of an issue for Fall seasons as the townships close the fields prior to Thanksgiving) ***   

5.        ROSTERS: players must be at least 18 years of age to be eligible for league play. 

                                                                i.      All team managers are provided a sign on to the league site to enter the team roster and instructions with screen shots showing them how to perform each function required

                                                              ii.      Rosters MUST be entered on the league site by opening day of the season!

                                                             iii.      Teams can have up to 25 players on the roster (with a minimum of 11)

                                                             iv.      The Weeknight Old Bridge 35 C Division (55% of your roster must be 35 year of age and older & 6 of the 10 fielders must be 35 years of age and older)

                                                              v.      When entering the roster, it is required First and Last Name of the player, jersey number if applicable, positions they play and date of birth (can be added with photos)

                                                             vi.      Teams can do drop adds to the roster in the Spring until they reach their 8th game of the season. (After that point rosters are locked).  In the Fall until teams reach their 6th game of the season.

                                                            vii.      Any team that does not have a roster on the league site or to the league before the roster is locked will be disqualified from playoff participation.

                                                          viii.      NEW! Teams are required to have player photos uploaded to the site (head shot, everyone can do it using their cell phone).  If a manager is having a hard time uploading the photos, please let the league know and we will assist you. (Any team that does not comply will also not be eligible for the playoffs)

                                                             ix.      NEW!  You can have players that play in multiple divisions, but the player must qualify for any team they are on for each division to be playoff eligible.  A team cannot exceed 8 roster slots with players from the same league and only 5 players can be in the line up at one time.  

6.        ELIGIBILITY:  To be eligible to participate in league playoffs, teams and player must have the following:

                                                                i.      Players must appear in 5 of the 13 games in the Spring. Fall is 3 of the team games.  Pitchers need 24 innings pitched in Spring/Summer to qualify for playoffs and 17 innings pitched for Fall seasons

                                                              ii.      Rosters must be on the site with player full names and photos by the teams 8th game for Spring, 6th game for Fall (Initial roster needs to be up by opening game). A team can play a game with 8 players minimum.

                                                             iii.      All league fees, forfeit fees must be paid to in full no later than your second game, forfeits in season the forfeit fee of $90 and must be replenished by your next league game in order to continue playing in the league  

7.        LINE UP CARDS: Are in your score book and must be completed at a minimum first initial and last name

                                                                i.  NEW! At the plate meeting the teams will exchange line up cards and then send a photo of their own teams line up card via text it to 732.589.5709, teams will also provide a line-up card to the umpire.  The league will then store the lineup card and be able to determine who is playoff eligible on each team.

 

                                                              ii. Failure to send a line-up card the night of your game will disqualify all the players from receiving a game towards satisfying eligibility.  A line up card received after your game will be ignored..

8.      LEAGUE FEE: In your entrance fee, you will receive a score book with line up cards (softballs and umpire fees are NOT included in the league fee for the season or playoffs).  Teams will receive a username and password to the website: www.cnjsoftball.com and must use this to enter their team rosters, games results, pitchers innings and can keep player statistics on the site. Refunds are permitted prior to league play, minus any processing fees (i.e. PayPal credit card payments).  Once season play begins there are NO Refunds!  

9.     GAME FEES:  We will use one umpire per game on Sunday morning and Middletown weeknight leagues and the Umpire is to be paid at the field by each team $30 per game.  In Old Bridge weeknight we use two umpire and they are paid $45 per game prior to the beginning of the game at ground rules for all games including playoffs. In the playoffs, we will use two umpires for all the leagues and the teams will pay each umpire $45 per game. Failure to pay the umpire at ground rules can result in forfeiture of the game and require the forfeiting team to pay both umpire fees for that game. 

10.  FORFEIT FEE & FORFEITS: Each team is required to pay a forfeit fee of $90, which is kept on file in the event of a forfeit. If a team does not forfeit during the season, they have the option at the end of the season to get the $90 forfeit fee back or they can roll it over until the next league season (Spring or Fall).  The forfeit fee will apply to any forfeits at the field or failure to notify the league prior to 5pm on game day. If the league is notified by 5pm then no fee will be applied, if after 5pm or at the field then the fee will be, and the team must replenish the $90.00 fee before their next game, or they will not be permitted to continue playing in the league.  If a team forfeits for a second time during the season they will be dropped from the league.  

                                                                i.  Forfeit on game day after 5pm or at the field forfeiting team pays both teams fee 

 

                                                              ii.  Teams having less then 8 players at game time and after the grace period (if applicable) have to pay both team umpire fees for that game. 

 

                                                             iii.  To replenish the fee a team must pay via VENMO (CNJ-SOFTBALL) or Credit Card (league will invoice manager) 

 

                                                             iv.   In the event an umpire ends a game due to an incident the team causing the forfeiture will lose the game and their half of their team forfeit fee on file and must replenish the balance before their next game.

 

                                                              v.   Exceptions: If a game is suspended for any reason and the league reschedules a continuation of the game the teams will each pay the umpire $20 to complete the game at resumption.

11.     FORFEIT GRACE PERIOD: is 15 minutes from scheduled starting time of first game.  After the first game of the night NO GRACE PERIOD is permitted and start time of the game is the start time.

12.     MERCY RULE: Regular Season and Playoffs: If after 3 innings one team is ahead or goes ahead by 20 or more runs or after 4 innings if one team is ahead or goes ahead by 15 or more runs or after 5 innings if one team is ahead or goes ahead by 10 or more runs, the run rule applies and if the home is behind, they will bat one more time. The team that is ahead shall be awarded the victory.

13.     MANAGER/CAPTAIN: Each team will designate managers/captains to communicate to the umpire. Only those identified to the umpire will be permitted to communicate with the umpire.  If an argument occurs, please advise your players to tell the captain/manager so they can have a civil discussion with the umpire 

14.     UNIFORMS – Each team needs to have matching color shirts for the Spring season by May 1st, after May 1st any player that does not have a matching color shirt starts with a 0-2 count. 

                                                                i.      NEW! If the team has a multi-color uniform the team color that is the most relevant will be considered primary color

                                                              ii.      NEW! If a player has a shirt that says the team name or logo on it then that satisfies the league rule and does not have to be a matching color

                                                             iii.      The Fall season we do not enforce a uniform rule but encourage teams to have matching color shirts.

15.     TIME LIMIT: ALL Games have a 90-minute time limit in the regular season and a 100-minute time limit in the playoffs (until the finals, then league will advise of the time allowance).  NO new inning can start once we hit the time limit meaning if the home team ties the game at the end of the inning the game ends in a tie (regular season only, playoffs we play until we have a winner).  Any inning that is started MUST be completed and the home team must bat if they are trailing. The umpire will issue a time warning as the game approaches the time limit and may advise this is the last inning of play at that point.

                                                                i.      If an umpire determines that the game is moving at a slow pace, he/she can invoke speed up rules

16.     GAME PLAY:  All games will be regulation 7 innings (unless run rule applies). An official game is 5 full innings (4 1/2 if home team is ahead). If game goes past 4 1/2 or 5 innings and is tied, then the international tie breaker rule (REGULAR SEASON ONLY) will be used until there is a winner, or the time limit expires. Ties will be recorded as a Tie.

17.     WARM UPS/BATTING ORDER/MINIMUM FIELDERS/HITTERS/DESIGNATED HITTER

                                                                i.      Batters can swing either Aluminum or Approved composite bats (see Legal bats area below)

                                                              ii.      Pitchers will receive 5 warm-ups pitches the first inning and 2 thereafter.

                                                             iii.      Players can warm-up infield/outfield until the 3rd inning then no warm ups are permitted

                                                             iv.      Each team is allowed 10 defensive players

                                                              v.      A team may play a game with 8 players and the team will receive an automatic out the first time through the line up at the 9th batter position).  If your 9th player shows up they can enter the game as the last batter (9) until the end of the third inning (but they must play the field first) the automatic out is stopped after the first time through or once a team has its 9th player.  Teams cannot add a 10th player if they start with 8.  If teams write a line up and submit a line up card with 9/10 or 11 batters and those players do not show up an automatic out is given every time those spots in the order come up to bat.  

 

                                                              vi.      The lineup is not established until the entire lineup has batted the first time around. After that point you can only add a 9th player if started a game with 8 until the end of the 3rd inning or you may add a 10th player only if you have taken an out for the missing 9th and 10th player in the line-up already  from that point on only substitutions may replace a starting player. At no point can you add an 11th batter (EH)

 

                                                            vii.      An extra hitter may be used only when they are present to start a game

                                                          viii.      A Designated Hitter (DH) is permitted for any one player in the field of play, if the player being designated hit for leaves the game the player that is the DH can replace them in the field, but the DH cannot be used any longer or for another player in the same game.       

                                                             ix.      Players who have been substituted for may once re-enter the game but only in the batting order position they were previously at

                                                              x.      Players CANNOT wear metal spikes. Plastic or rubber cleats ONLY

18.     LEGAL BATS – Aluminum bats must have a GREEN sticker on them. Composite bats must be approved ASA 2004 or higher, not on the non-approved listed and tested by the league.  If a composite bat does not have a sticker on it that it CANNOT be used in the league.  An Aluminum bat with out a sticker can be shown to the umpire so they can verify it is Aluminum and used in a game, but after the first time the player/team must notify the league to get the appropriate sticker. 

                                                                i.      Teams will only be permitted to use bats that have a 2004 ASA Stamp or higher, passes the compression test and are not on the banned USA/ASA bats list which can be found on the inside cover of your teams scorebook or on the league site at: https://www.leaguelineup.com/topnews.asp?url=cnj_coed&itemid=1157804

                                                              ii.      The league follows the approved USA/ASA bat list for league play

                                                             iii.      Senior Bats are NOT permitted in league play

                                                             iv.      ALL bats will be tested prior to use in league play

                                                              v.      Once the bat is tested a C.S.A. approved sticker/tape will be adhered to the bat.  (The league can at any time retest team bats during the season without notice)

                                                             vi.      A legal bat cannot have any cracks or dents and the label must be able to be seen, if a bat cannot be clearly identified as a legal bat then it cannot be used

                                                            vii.      Wood bats are permitted and do not require testing

                                                          viii.      At the beginning of the game please line up the bats so the umpire can check to see if they have the legal sticker on them and have no dents or cracks. The umpire can remove a bat even if it is having an approved sticker if he/she determines a safety issue with the bat.

                                                             ix.      If a player arrives to the game late, they must show the bat to the umpire prior to batting to ensure compliance

                                                              x.      If a team notices an illegal bat, they MUST point it out immediately, not after it has been used   

                                                             xi.      Any player caught tampering with the sticker/tape or using an illegal bat will face disciplinary actions as an individual as well as the team as follows:
- First Offense – Result of the play is an out and the player is ejected from the game and suspended for (3) games (not including the current game).
- Second Offense – Result of play is dead and team forfeits the game (regardless of score) and the player is suspended for the season, as well as the manager will be suspended for two (2) games.  In either case if a player on the other team is injured from an illegal bat, criminal charges may apply.      
 

19.     PITCHING RULES:

                                                                i.      Pitchers must pitch in accordance with modified pitch rules for all B, C+, C & C35 Divisions)

                                                              ii.      A/B+ division are considered open and Sling and off the hip is permitted in these division only

                                                             iii.      Pitching distance is defined as 46 feet  

                                                             iv.      Pitcher must start delivery with two feet in contact with the rubber

                                                              v.      The non-pivot foot MUST be on or in contact with the rubber

                                                             vi.      NO Windmill motion, crow hoping, side arm, step back and being beyond 10 inches outside the hip on release will not be allowed

                                                            vii.      In the act of delivering the ball, the pitcher shall not take more than one step, which must be forward (NO STEP BACKWARDS) and towards the batter with simultaneous delivery of the ball toward home plate.  Release can be no more than 10 inches from body

                                                          viii.      Hips & Shoulders must be square to home plate at release

                                                             ix.      What is done on the backswing is irrelevant if the arm does not drop over the front of the head

                                                              x.      “Square” is defined as the landing foot not crossing over the push off foot. EX: An imaginary line is drawn from the push off foot to the plate. If the landing foot crosses that imaginary line, the pitch should be called ILLEGAL.

                                                             xi.      The pitching arm may not contact the hip or any body part on the pitch, the release of the ball must be a smooth delivery.

                                                            xii.      Balls and Strikes will be called by the umpire in accordance with modified pitch rules   

                                                          xiii.      The pitcher shall not wear any item on the pitching hand, wrist, forearm, elbow or thighs, which may, in the umpire’s judgment, be distracting to the batter.  White shirts with a white ball are prohibited and must be removed or pitcher is ejected from the game (unless the team uniform shirt is white, however a long white sleeved shirt cannot be worn). Umpire may use judgement in a circumstance that he deems distracting.

                                                          xiv.      If a pitcher hits three batters in a game they must be removed from the game as a pitcher, they are not ejected and can play another position but cannot pitch. EXCEPTION: For the 3 hits batsman to count the batter must be hit with a thrown ball that does bounce prior to hitting and the batter attempting to get out of the way.

                                                           xv.      If it is deemed a pitcher deliberately throws at a batter, the pitcher will be ejected from the game and suspended.  If there is a second occurrence in the season with the same pitcher, he/she will be suspended indefinitely.

20.     ILLEGAL PITCH INFRACTION
IF an illegal pitch is called, base runners will all move up one base and a ball will be called.  If a pitcher is called for a third illegal pitch in a game that pitcher must be removed from the mound, not the game. 

21.     BASE RUNNING:

                                                                i.      A base runner must avoid contact with any fielder

                                                              ii.      Sliding is not mandatory, but a runner must avoid contact with the fielder

                                                             iii.      Any runner who in the judgement of the umpire makes deliberate contact with a fielder will be automatically called out and is ejected from the game with a minimum suspension of one game pending a review of the incident to be determined by the League's director.

22.     LEADING & STEALING is prohibited

                                                                i.      If a catcher/pitcher attempts a pick off a runner from any base, any runner may advance at their own risk as the ball is live.

                                                              ii.      A player can take a lead only after the ball is released from the pitcher’s hand on a pitch, if the runner leads before the ball leaves the pitchers hand they will be considered out and the play ruled dead.

23.     BUNTING:
   i.   Each team is allowed 3
PLAYABLE bunts per game. The term “playable” means when the batter is retired or reaches base safely.
   ii’   If the batter squares to bunt they MUST bunt.  If you square to bunt you CAN NOT pull back & swing away. (This does not mean you have to stay in the bunting position as you can take the pitch for a ball or strike)
   iii.
 If a batter attempts to swing after squaring to bunt or after 3 playable bunts have occurred the batter will automatically be called out. After 3 bunts, just “squaring” will be an OUT
   iv.  Foul balls do not count unless it is for strike 3


24.     COURTESY RUNNERS:

                                                                i.      Injured players may remain in the game defensively and have a courtesy runner each time they reach base.

                                                              ii.      The courtesy runner must be in the batting order and will be the player who made the last out

                                                             iii.      There is no limit on courtesy runners for a team

25.     RE-ENTRY - Any and all players may be substituted and re-entered for one time during the game.  Once this happens the sub is out of the game and if the original player who was replaced for comes out again then he/she will be out for the rest of the game.  The only exception to this rule is if the sub is injured and unable to play and the team has no other roster player’s in attendance to replace the injured sub, then they can re-enter again.

26.     BASES: Either the township or league provides bases and the home plate mat.  The umpire will place the bases at 65 feet, the extended home plate mat and make sure the pitching distance is 46 feet. If teams have a base set, home plate mat and a temporary pitching plate in the event the umpire does not have them it is appreciated if they have them on hand just in case so the game can be played.

27.     PROTESTS: If this process is not followed, then the protest will not be allowed  

                                                                i.      Must be made verbally to the umpire immediately before the next legal or illegal pitch (otherwise even if a rule is misinterpreted the protest is not valid). 

                                                              ii.      At the point the protest occurs the umpire will advise the other team that a protest has been made and will sign both score books at the point where the protest occurred.

                                                             iii.      It is also required that the team protesting send an email to: cnjsoftball@aol.com within 48 hours of the game detailing exactly what is being protested. 

                                                             iv.      For a Roster protest - Any starting players MUST be protested by the end of the third inning, all substitutes must be protested at the end of the inning they enter the game.

                                                              v.      If a roster player is protested and it is deemed the player is not qualified the team will lose the game regardless of the outcome of the game played

                                                             vi.      If an interpretation of a rule is found incorrect, the game reverts to the point in the game the protest took place and will be resumed from that point.

                                                            vii.      In the event of the protest the game should be played in full and if the protesting team wins the game the protest in voided out. In the playoffs the same rule applies the game must be played

                                                          viii.      IMPORTANT: a protest decision will not be made on the spot, unless it determines if a team plays again in the same night.   

                                                             ix.      The league, umpires and teams will provide a thorough review of the incident and a decision will be made prior to both teams next game

                                                              x.      Umpire judgement calls (such as balls and strikes, out or safe are not permitted to be protested)

28.     UNSPORTSMEN LIKE CONDUCT of any league official, township official, umpire, player or spectator will not be tolerated.

                                                                i.      Excessive abuse of an umpire or malicious contact with officials or opposing players is grounds for EJECTION and or team forfeit.

                                                              ii.      Trash talking will not be tolerated and can be grounds for an ejection.

                                                             iii.      Any ejection from a game is an AUTOMATIC 1 game suspension of the teams next playable game (rain outs do not consist of the next game) NO EXCEPTIONS to this rule.

                                                             iv.      Any player or coach who strikes an umpire will automatically be suspended for the remainder of season.

                                                              v.      The league has a right to suspend any player or coach upon umpire's recommendation.

                                                             vi.      Two ejections of the same player will be automatic suspension for season.

                                                            vii.      Fighting will result in the umpire immediately ending the game and both teams will suffer a forfeit and pending a review of the incident possibly a full season suspension

29.     PLAYER EJECTIONS & NO TOLERANCE:
Players ejected from a game MUST leave the playing area immediately.  Any player ejected get an automatic minimum one game suspension no matter the infraction.  Depending on the incident & upon review the length of the suspension can be more.
**** If a player that is thrown out of the game refuses to leave the playing area in a reasonable amount of time (gather belongings etc., the umpire can end the game as a forfeit for the team the player is on *****

30.     DUGOUT AREA & FIELD RULES:

                                                               i.      All teams MUST clean up their team benches when exiting the field after your game is completed.

                                                              ii.      As per townships Police Department no one can park in the walkway near the fields in Veterans Park or areas deemed no parking as those areas are for emergency vehicles only

31.     UMPIRE RESPONSIBILITIES:

                                                                i.      Enforce ALL the league rules as outlined

                                                              ii.      Check all Bats to ensure properly stickered and safe for league play

                                                             iii.      Check the base distances (65 feet), pitching distance (50 feet), put out the home plate extension mat and bases at fields the town does not have bases set.

                                                             iv.      Call a home plate meeting to discuss ground rules

                                                              v.      Provide a courtesy time limit warning to both teams

                                                             vi.      Report any ejection, forfeit, injury, protest within 24 hours of the incident (must include players info full name and provide a report of the incident)

                                                            vii.      If a player curses at an umpire they will be ejected and suspended (no warning)

                                                          viii.      If a player argues balls and strikes that is grounds for an ejection   

                                                             ix.      In the event an umpire's does not show up (managers should notify the league). The two teams may agree to play the game anyway. Should this be the case, each team must clearly lay out ground rules and be in full agreement of them. Balls and Strikes should be a part of the game.

                                                              x.      If during the game an umpire shows up, the inning in progress shall first be completed before allowing the umpire to assume his/her post.

                                                             xi.      In this case, the captains should get together with the umpire to clarify the ground rules.

                                                            xii.      A team is not at risk of forfeiting a game if it so chooses not to play without an umpire present. If this situation occurs, the game may be rescheduled at either team's option

                                                          xiii.      If an umpire mis-quotes a league rule a team manager/captain can point out the league rule to the umpire in a respectful manner so the call can be made correctly.  If a player does this in a disrespectful manner they are ejected.

32.     INJURIES:

                                                                i.      Softball is a game in which injury occurs and in some cases death.

                                                              ii.      It is a game that each player enters at their own risk.

                                                             iii.      A player struck by a batted or thrown ball is considered a softball play (accident). 

                                                             iv.      All serious injuries need to be reported to the league office by the umpires and team manager as soon as possible. 

                                                              v.      The league is not responsible for injuries to players as a result of a softball play.  

                                                             vi.      League insurance does not cover individual player medical bills because of an injury. 

                                                            vii.      All players are aware they are playing with a risk of being injured by being listed on a team roster.

                                                          viii.      In the event an injury occurs, please notify the league by going on the website: www.centralsportsassociation.com and complete the online injury report under online forms.

33.     TEAM ACCIDENT INSURANCE:

                                                                i.      Is not provided by the league

                                                              ii.      Teams can purchase accidental medical insurance by clicking on this link: https://www.chappellinsurance.com/central-sports-association-chappell-insurance your team deals  directly with the insurance company and will have its own team policy which will cover your team players in the event of an injury.

                                                             iii.      C.S.A. / CNJ Softball are not in the insurance business and offer this as a courtesy to all sanctioned teams.

                                                             iv.      The league highly recommends that teams investigate this policy to protect themselves from injuries that may occur  

34.     GAME RESULTS:

                                                                i.      Winning teams must report game score on the league website (www.cnjsoftball.com) within 48 hours of the game being played

                                                              ii.      It is important to communicate an accurate score since tie-breakers could be based on run differential

                                                             iii.      All teams must enter a game played for each player that played in the game, this will allow teams to see who has played and qualified for the playoffs.  The games played must match the lineup card for that game.  If they are not, then no one will receive credit for playing in that game.

35.     STANDINGS & TIE BREAKERS:

                                                                i.      The league uses a points system (2 points for a win, 1 point for tie and no points for a loss). 

Tie breakers will be as follows:
- Most Points
- Head to Head
- Division Record
- Run Differential
* If tie is not broken by any of the above, we may have a one game playoff or coin flip to determine the seeding

36.     PRIZES: SPRING SEASON:

                                               i.     Regular Season Division(s) Champs gets a 15% discount for any CNJ league Spring or Fall

                                              ii.     Playoff Champs (for each division)
- Receives a team trophy   
- Free Entry off the following Spring season including softballs
- Runner up will receive 50% off the following Spring season

37.     PRIZES: FALL SEASON

                                                                i.      Regular Season Division(s) Champs get a 10% discount for any CNJ league Spring or Fall

                                                              ii.      Playoff Champs (for each division)
- Receives a team trophy
- 50% off the following Fall season (can be combined w/reg season champ discount if same team)
 
- Runner up will receive 25% off the following FALL season

38.     PAYMENT POLICY:  

                                                                i.      All league fees are due before first game is played.

                                                              ii.      NO REFUNDS WILL BE GIVEN ONCE LEAGUE PLAY BEGINS.  

                                                             iii.      If a team pays by check and it is returned, they will be charged a $50 fee for bank and processing fees in addition to the balance owed. 

                                                             iv.      Any team that does not pay the league fee by opening day will be charged a $25 late fee per month and will be subject to pay all legal and collections fees that are incurred by Central Jersey Softball Association, LLC to collect the debt that is owed.

2019 C.S.A. Modified Non-Approved Bats List

Please click on the Home plate image to view the current NON Approved bat list!

The problem of players using altered bats is most rampant in adult slow-pitch softball. Although we are a sanctioned C.S.A. , we follow the ASA Legal bat list for league and tournament play (this list does include some composite bats). Any Non-ASA approved non-wood bat is not permitted and Managers need be emailed the attached list.

* Any bat on the list or that does not have a 2019 YELLOW C.S.A. approved sticker for a composite bat or GREEN Aluminum sticker is not eligible for any C.S.A./CNJ league until it is tested or labeled.

All bats must be tested and pass the 1550 threshold in order to be approved.  If the bat is non linear - A non-linear bat is a bat whose structure deviates from the traditional single wall, multi wall and/or layered composite designs. IMPORTANT: Team members need to advise bat testers that a bat is non linear so it can be looked up before testing.  Other wise the bat will be held to the 1550 threshold.  

The bats' performance will consistently and repeatedly produce BCT results softer than the existing threshold and have not produced a BBS over 98.    To see which bats are non linear please go to: Non Linear Bats List

Video on bat testing and how it works: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8IqVEkYsxdI

 

The following is the C.S.A. Bat policy.

ALL BATS MUST PASS THE COMPRESSION TEST (pre-loaded at 500 they must exceed 1550 in order to be eligible for league play).  Exception: Non Linear bats (see above)

Anytime a pitcher is hit by a ball (that is not deflected), the umpire(s) MUST inspect bat and remove it from the game if in their opinion, the pitcher has been injured. The pitcher does not have to leave game, but an umpire or director must ascertain that the pitcher was bruised or sustained any degree of injury. If upon inspection it is not judged to be altered, the bat will be removed from game or tournament. The bat will be returned once game or tournament is completed. A bat judged to be altered will NOT be returned and result in a player being ejected and suspended.

Although we are a sanctioned C.S.A. league, we follow the ASA bat list for league play. Any Non-ASA approved bat is not permitted and Managers need to down load this list which can be found at the link above or at:
http://www.asasoftball.com/about/build_batlist_one_page.asp and have a copy of it with them at the games.

Managers will have a copy of the non-approved list on the league provided score book. A legal bat cannot have any dents or cracks. If it does it cannot be used in league play. IMPORTANT – If a Bat cannot be clearly identified as a legal bat then the bat cannot be used.

ALL LEGAL BATS – MUST have the ASA 2004 Certified Logo stamp on it and can not be on the non-approved list. They must also not exceed BPF 1.20. BPF means the BAT PERFORMANCE FACTOR or the liveliness of the bat. The higher the number the more recoil a bat has which translates to the ball coming off the bat with more speed and inertia. C.S.A. limits the BPF typically to a 1.20 BPF or less.

IMPORTANT! - Any player caught using a non-approved ASA bat or Altered Bat will receive an automatic 5 game suspension.


All bats in league play :

1. MUST pass the psi test and exceed 1550 (unless Non Linear).

2. MUST bear either the ASA approved 2004 certification mark or higher as shown below, and must not be listed on an ASA non approved list, and

3. MUST be included on a list of approved bat models published by the ASA National Office; or

4. MUST, in the sole opinion and discretion of the umpire, have been manufactured prior to 2004 and if tested, would comply with the ASA bat performance standards then in effect.

For a list of bats that have been tested and found to comply with the ASA bat performance standards, and therefore are authorized to bear the ASA 2004 certification mark and/or are authorized for use in ASA Championship Play beginning January 1, 2004, please click on the manufacturer below. Manufacturers continue to submit additional bat models for testing, and the ASA will update this list as test results become available.

To view a PDF please click on: 2019 Non Approved Bats List

Cliffwood/Old Bridge Sunday Free Agents

At Central Jersey Softball Association, we not only invite full teams to join, but individuals looking to join a team, meet new friends and enjoy playing the game regardless of level we have a place for you.  To be listed below please complete the Free Agents form on the league home page or click Free Agents. You will then be listed and team managers will contact you directly as they form their teams for the Spring leagues (run April-August) and Fall leagues (run September-November) .

If you are someone who likes to manage/run things then here is a great opportunity to do so by organizing a group of players. Thank you for your interested in Central Jersey Softball Association and have fun and play ball! 

* You must be 18 years or older to join & once you join a team, please notify: cnjsoftball@aol.com to be removed from the list*

2019 Free Agents: (Player listed from NEWEST add to OLDEST added)

Steve Lewis, Age: 55, positions: OF, 1B
email: onlybaseball@optonline.net, phone: 732.598.7117 (best way to contact is: Email)

Jonathan Mejia, Age: 36, positions: Any
email: jmejia82@gmail.com, phone: 732.300.7944 (best way to contact: Call/Text) 

Jonathan Romero, Age: 28, positions: 1B, 3B, RF
email: jromero41691@gmail.com, phone: 908.290.4768 (best way to contact: Call/Text)

Louis Egnatovich, Age:27, positions: OF, 3B, SS, 2B
email: eggnats@yahoo.com, phone: 732.984.8343 (best way to contact: Call/Text)

Keith Sargeant, Age: 43, positions: 1B, SS, OF
email: keithsargeant@yahoo.com,  phone: 863.373.5768 (best way to contact: Call/Text)

Jeremy Eyre, Age: 37, positions: Any (has 1-2 other players interested) 
email: jteyre@yahoo.com, phone: 302.419.8730 (best way to contact is: Call/Text)

Phillip Kossoy, Age: 45, positions: 3B, SS, P
email: absolutelyspotlessmold@gmail.com, phone: 732.299.8927 (best way to contact is: Call/Text)

Chris Rodriguez, Age: 36, positions: SS, OF
email: ridgid2004@gmail.com, phone: 609.901.0052 (best way to contact is: Call/Text)

Hiram Rivera, Age: 47, positions Any (has 2 other players interested)
email: mjayman1171@yahoo.com, phone: 732.616.4251 (best way to contact: Email)

Raquel Askew, Age: 38, positions: Anywhere on the left side
email: softballmorris@gmail.com, phone: 706.469.8451

Angel Rivera, Age: 51, positions: 3B, 2B, 1B
email: berrios2720@gmail.com, phone: 732.425.5372 (best way to contact is: Call/Text

Matt Soucy, Age: 28, positions: Any, except P or C
email: mttsoucy@gmail.com, phone: 732.664.5114 (best way to contact is: Call/Text)

Joseph Borrero, Age: 28, positions: 3B, CF
email: jborrero92@gmail.com, phone: 848.468.0795 (best way to contact is: Call/Text)

Anthony Livoti, Age: 31, positions: OF, 1B, C
email: anthony_livoti@yahoo.com, phone: 631.988.4224 (best way to contact is: Call/Text)

Blake Rodriguez, Age: 25, positions: Any
email: blakerod913@yahoo.com, phone: 817.253.7723 (best way to contact is: Call/Text)

Chris Kofsky, Age: 23, positions: SS, 2B, OF, 1B
email: tuh28082@temple.edu, phone: 908.510.5328 (best way to contact is: Email)

Zack Brown, Age: 29, positions: Any
email: zackevanbrown@gmail.com, phone: 914.584.7540 (best way to contact is: Call/Text)

Daniel Bielskie, Age: 43, positions: Any
email: dbielskie@yahoo.com, phone: 732.674.8014 (best way to contact is: Email)

Rich Gonzalez, Age: 45, positions: RF, 1B, C
email: richie.gonzalez@rutgers.edu, phone: 732.236.7372 (best way to contact is: Email)

Chris McGovern, Age: 45, positions: RF, C
email: christopher.mcgovern@nationalgrid.com, phone: 917.299.3042 (best way to contact is: Email)

Richard Sansone, Age: 61, positions: Any
email: ricsansone@gmail.com, phone: 917.952.5270 (best way to contact is: Call/Text)

Rey Soto, Age: 40, positions: OF
email: rey.soto.jr@hotmail.com, phone: 732.599.6915 (best way to contact is: Email) 

Zach Caskey, Age, 28, positions: OF, 3B, 1B, C
email: zcaskey@outlook.com, phone: 847.344.0649 (best way to contact is: Call)

Joseph Regina, Age: 35, positions: OF, 3B
email: jojoreggie@gmail.com, phone: 732.221.0677 (best way to contact is: Call)

Derek Goodwin, Age: 31, positions: OF, SS, 3B
email: derek.w.goodwin@gmail.com, phone: 626.679.2637 (best way to contact is: Email)

Daniel Merlino, Age: 43, positions: Any
email: kfenelius@yahoo.com, phone: 732.7547102 (best way to contact is: Email)

OJ Nunez, Age: 25, positions: 2B, Any IF
email: onunez795@yahoo.com, phone: 732.423.8458 (best way to contact is: Call)

James Gilbarty, Age: 37, positions: Any IF
email: jgilbarty@yahoo.com, phone: 201.314.2022 (best way to contact is: Call)
 

Stan Lamb, Age: 33, positions: 1B, OF
email: bossman.31@gmail.com, phone: 845.367.8166 (best way to contact is: Email)

Nicholas Grimaldi, Age: 28, positions: Any OF
email: nicholasjgrimaldi@gmail.com, phone: 732.620.2684 (best way to contact is: Email) 

Michael Brajer, Age: 33, positions: 2B, SS
email: michaelmbrajer@gmail.com, phone: 732.770.8029 (best way to contact is: Email)

Joe Zazzarino, Age 39, positions: P, 2B, 3B, 1B, C
email: jzazzarino@yahoo.com, phone: 732.275.5434 (best way to contact is: Call/Text)

Frank Egan, Age: 24, positions: Any
email: frankie.egan@icloud.com, phone: 732.337.6280 (best way to contact is: Call/Text)

Old Bridge Weeknight Modified Free Agents

At Central Jersey Softball Association, we not only invite full teams to join, but individuals looking to join a team, meet new friends and enjoy playing the game regardless of level we have a place for you.  To be listed below please complete the Free Agents form on the league home page or click Free Agents. You will then be listed and team managers will contact you directly as they form their teams for the Spring leagues (run April-August) and Fall leagues (run September-November) .

If you are someone who likes to manage/run things then here is a great opportunity to do so by organizing a group of players. Thank you for your interested in Central Jersey Softball Association and have fun and play ball! 

* You must be 18 years or older to join & once you join a team, please notify: cnjsoftball@aol.com to be removed from the list*

2019 Free Agents: (Player listed from NEWEST add to OLDEST added)

Louis Baffuto, Age: 34, positions: C, 1B, 2B, 3B, RF
email: louis.baffuto@gmail.com, phone: 347.756.2639 (best way to contact: Call/Text)

Jonathan Mejia, Age: 36, positions: Any
email: jmejia82@gmail.com, phone: 732.300.7944 (best way to contact: Call/Text) 

Tim Dennis, Age: 28, positions: 1B, C
email: dennisfamilytim@gmail.com, phone: 732.823.2389 (best way to contact: Call/Text)

Louis Egnatovich, Age:27, positions: OF, 3B, SS, 2B
email: eggnats@yahoo.com, phone: 732.984.8343 (best way to contact: Call/Text)

Jeremy Eyre, Age: 37, positions: Any (has 1-2 other players interested) 
email: jteyre@yahoo.com,
phone: 302.419.8730 (best way to contact is: Call/Text)

Damian Luczyk, Age: 56, positions: P
email: dluczyk@optimum.net, phone: 201.961.3547 (best way to contact is: Call/Text)

Jose Ortiz, Age: 37, positions: Any OF
email: ortiz782@yahoo.com, phone: 908.472.8729 (best way to contact is: Call/Text)

John Irace, Age: 29, positions: 3B, OF, 2B, Any
email: givan9012@gmail.com, phone: 908.566.8673 (best way to contact is: Call/Text)

Hiram Rivera, Age: 47, positions Any (has 2 other players interested)
email: mjayman1171@yahoo.com, phone: 732.616.4251 (best way to contact: Email)

Raquel Askew, Age: 38, positions: Anywhere on the left side
email: softballmorris@gmail.com, phone: 706.469.8451

Angel Rivera, Age: 51, positions: 3B, 2B, 1B
email: berrios2720@gmail.com, phone: 732.425.5372 (best way to contact is: Call/Text

Matt Soucy, Age: 28, positions: Any, except P or C
email: mttsoucy@gmail.com, phone: 732.664.5114 (best way to contact is: Call/Text)

Anthony Livoti, Age: 31, positions: OF, 1B, C
email: anthony_livoti@yahoo.com, phone: 631.988.4224 (best way to contact is Call/Text)

Blake Rodriguez, Age: 25, positions: Any
email: blakerod913@yahoo.com, phone: 817.253.7723 (best way to contact is: Call/Text)

Chris Kofsky, Age: 23, positions: SS, 2B, OF, 1B
email: tuh28082@temple.edu, phone: 908.510.5328 (best way to contact is: Email)

Zack Brown, Age: 29, positions: Any
email: zackevanbrown@gmail.com, phone: 914.584.7540 (best way to contact is: Call/Text)

Frank Deliso, Age: 50, positions: C, 1B
email: frankiedmets@aol.com, phone: 201.232.4356 (best way to contact is: Email)

Daniel Bielskie, Age: 43, positions: Any
email: dbielskie@yahoo.com, phone: 732.674.8014 (best way to contact is: Email)

Zach Caskey, Age, 28, positions: OF, 3B, 1B, C
email: zcaskey@outlook.com, phone: 847.344.0649 (best way to contact is: Call/Text)

Joe Ciambriello, Age: 29, positions: 1B, 2B, 3B
email: jciambriello89@gmail.com, phone: 347.756.9804 (best way to contact is: Call/Text)

Chris McGovern, Age: 45, positions: RF, C
email: christopher.mcgovern@nationalgrid.com, phone: 917.299.3042 (best way to contact is: Email)

Richard Sansone, Age: 61, positions: Any
email: ricsansone@gmail.com, phone: 917.952.5270 (best way to contact is: Call/Text)

John Herschell, Age: 32, positions: Any OF
email:
sportsherox187@yahoo.com, phone: 732.762.3192 (best way to contact: Text/Call)

Chris Malloy, Age: 32, positions: 1B, 2B, 3B
email: chrismalloy2@gmail.com, phone: 917.567.4767 (best way to contact is: Call)

Erik Hastrup, Age: 47, positions: 2B, 1B, OF
email: eebo21@gmail.com, phone: 908.568.9039 (best way to contact is: Email)

Steve Lewis, Age: 55, positions: OF, 1B
email: onlybaseball@optonline.net, phone: 732.598.7117 (best way to contact is: Email)

Derek Goodwin, Age: 31, positions: OF, SS, 3B
email: derek.w.goodwin@gmail.com, phone: 626.679.2637 (best way to contact is: Email)

Daniel Merlino, Age: 43, positions: Any
email: kfenelius@yahoo.com, phone: 732.7547102 (best way to contact is: Email)

Michael Emerick, Age: 41, positions: 1B, 2B, OF
email: emerick.michael@gmail.com, phone: 908.902.8223 (best way to contact is: Call)

James Gilbarty, Age: 37, positions: Any IF
email: jgilbarty@yahoo.com, phone: 201.314.2022 (best way to contact is: Call)
 

Tom Waggner, Age: 46, positions: 1B, IF
email: waggs72@gmail.com, phone: 201.486.6038 (best way to contact is: Call)

Joseph Leopardi, Age: 36, positions: OF, 2B, SS, 3B
email: jleopardi7@gmail.com, phone: 732.668.5661 (best way to contact is: Email)

Nicholas Grimaldi, Age: 28, positions: Any OF
email: nicholasjgrimaldi@gmail.com, phone: 732.620.2684 (best way to contact is: Email) 

Rob Brennan, Age: 31, positions: P, 1B, 2B, 3B, RF
email: robbren526@gmail.com, phone: 917.399.1760 (best way to contact is: Call)

Michael Brajer, Age: 33, positions: 2B, SS
email: michaelmbrajer@gmail.com, phone: 732.770.8029 (best way to contact is: Email)

Joe Zazzarino, Age: 39, positions: P, 2B, 3B, 1B, C
email: jzazzarino@yahoo.com, phone: 732.275.5434 (best way to contact is: Call/Text)

Middletown Weeknight Modifed Free Agents

At Central Jersey Softball Association, we not only invite full teams to join, but individuals looking to join a team, meet new friends and enjoy playing the game regardless of level we have a place for you.  To be listed below please complete the Free Agents form on the league home page or click Free Agents. You will then be listed and team managers will contact you directly as they form their teams for the Spring leagues (run April-August) and Fall leagues (run September-November) .

If you are someone who likes to manage/run things then here is a great opportunity to do so by organizing a group of players. Thank you for your interested in Central Jersey Softball Association and have fun and play ball! 

* You must be 18 years or older to join & once you join a team, please notify: cnjsoftball@aol.com to be removed from the list*

2019 Free Agents: (Player listed from NEWEST add to OLDEST added)

Steve Lewis, Age: 55, positions: OF, 1B
email: onlybaseball@optonline.net, phone: 732.598.7117 (best way to contact is: Email)

Jonathan Mejia, Age: 36, positions: Any
email: jmejia82@gmail.com, phone: 732.300.7944 (best way to contact: Call/Text) 

Tim Dennis, Age: 28, positions: 1B, C
email: dennisfamilytim@gmail.com, phone: 732.823.2389 (best way to contact: Call/Text)

Louis Egnatovich, Age:27, positions: OF, 3B, SS, 2B

email: eggnats@yahoo.com, phone: 732.984.8343 (best way to contact: Call/Text)

James DiStasi, Age: 25, positions: Any (Brian DiStasi also wants to play on same team)
email: jamesdistasi@gmail.com, phone: 908.836.0694 (best way to contact is: Email)

Brian DiStasi, Age: 23, positions: Any (James DiStasi also wants to play on same team)
email: bdistasi@student.fdu.edu, phone: 732.609.2355 (best way to contact is:Email)

Sean Altes, Age: 31, positions: 2B, OF
email: sean.altes@gmail.com,  phone: 848.482.1600 (best way to contact is: Call/Text)

Jeremy Eyre, Age: 37, positions: Any (has 1-2 other players interested) 
email: jteyre@yahoo.com, phone: 302.419.8730 (best way to contact is: Call/Text)

Artie Gray, Age: 36, positions: 2B, RCF, RF 
email: godsentag@aol.com, phone: 347.992.4466 (best way to contact is: Call/Text)
 

Damian Luczyk, Age: 56, positions: P
email: dluczyk@optimum.net, phone: 201.961.3547 (best way to contact is: Call/Text)

Jose Ortiz, Age: 37, positions: Any OF
email: ortiz782@yahoo.com, phone: 908.472.8729 (best way to contact is: Call/Text)

John Irace, Age: 29, positions: 3B, OF, 2B, Any
email: givan9012@gmail.com, phone: 908.566.8673 (best way to contact is: Call/Text)

Hiram Rivera, Age: 47, positions Any (has 2 other players interested)
email: mjayman1171@yahoo.com, phone: 732.616.4251 (best way to contact: Email)

Raquel Askew, Age: 38, positions: Anywhere on the left side
email: softballmorris@gmail.com, phone: 706.469.8451

Angel Rivera, Age: 51, positions: 3B, 2B, 1B
email: berrios2720@gmail.com, phone: 732.425.5372 (best way to contact is: Call/Text

Matt Soucy, Age: 28, positions: Any, except P or C
email: mttsoucy@gmail.com, phone: 732.664.5114 (best way to contact is: Call/Text)

Anthony Livoti, Age: 31, positions: OF, 1B, C
email: anthony_livoti@yahoo.com, phone: 631.988.4224 (best way to contact is Call/Text)

Blake Rodriguez, Age: 25, positions: Any
email: blakerod913@yahoo.com, phone: 817.253.7723 (best way to contact is: Call/Text)

Chris Kofsky, Age: 23, positions: SS, 2B, OF, 1B
email: tuh28082@temple.edu, phone: 908.510.5328 (best way to contact is: Email)

Zack Brown, Age: 29, positions: Any
email: zackevanbrown@gmail.com, phone: 914.584.7540 (best way to contact is: Call/Text)

Daniel Bielskie, Age: 43, positions: Any
email: dbielskie@yahoo.com, phone: 732.674.8014 (best way to contact is: Email)

Zach Caskey, Age, 28, positions: OF, 3B, 1B, C
email: zcaskey@outlook.com, phone: 847.344.0649 (best way to contact is: Call/Text)

Ray Tomaszewski, Age: 30, positions: OF, 2B, 1B
email: raymondtomaszewski@gmail.com, phone: 732.615.7944 (best way to contact is: Call/Text) 

Chris McGovern, Age: 45, positions: RF, C
email: christopher.mcgovern@nationalgrid.com, phone: 917.299.3042 (best way to contact is: Email)

Richard Sansone, Age: 61, positions: Any
email: ricsansone@gmail.com, phone: 917.952.5270 (best way to contact is: Call/Text)

John Herschell, Age: 32, positions: Any OF
email:
sportsherox187@yahoo.com, phone: 732.762.3192 (best way to contact: Text/Call)

Chris Malloy, Age: 32, positions: 1B, 2B, 3B
email: chrismalloy2@gmail.com, phone: 917.567.4767 (best way to contact is: Call)

Wayne Perez, Age: 54, positions: OF, P
email: slickwarlords1026@yahoo.com, phone: 917.881.6241 (best way to contact is: Call)

Erik Hastrup, Age: 47, positions: 2B, 1B, OF
email: eebo21@gmail.com, phone: 908.568.9039 (best way to contact is: Email)

Derek Goodwin, Age: 31, positions: OF, SS, 3B
email: derek.w.goodwin@gmail.com, phone: 626.679.2637 (best way to contact is: Email)

Michael McCarthy, Age: 47, positions: C, 1B, OF
email: munson2016@comcast.net, phone: 732.887.7580 (best way to contact is: Email)

James Gilbarty, Age: 37, positions: Any IF
email: jgilbarty@yahoo.com, phone: 201.314.2022 (best way to contact is: Call)

Joseph Leopardi, Age: 36, positions: OF, 2B, SS, 3B
email: jleopardi7@gmail.com, phone: 732.668.5661 (best way to contact is: Email)
 

Nicholas Grimaldi, Age: 28, positions: Any OF
email: nicholasjgrimaldi@gmail.com,
phone: 732.620.2684 (best way to contact is: Email)  

Michael Brajer, Age: 33, positions: 2B, SS
email: michaelmbrajer@gmail.com, phone: 732.770.8029 (best way to contact is: Email)

Joe Zazzarino, Age 39, positions: P, 2B, 3B, 1B, C
email: jzazzarino@yahoo.com, phone: 732.275.5434 (best way to contact is: Call/Text)

Co-ed Slow Pitch Leagues

Leagues are played in Old Bridge during the weeknight.  In the Spring/Summer on Friday nights and in the Fall on Wednesday nights. We also have a league that plays on Monday nights during the Spring and Fall in Ocean County.  For more information and to be directed to the Central Jersey Softball Associations Co-ed League Home page please click on the image below.

Slow Pitch Leagues

The leagues play in Monmouth County on the weeknights, Sunday mornings, and Sunday nights.  The weeknight and Sunday morning league is a double header league.  The Sunday night league is a 30 and over league.  The leagues have free agents list for individuals looking to join a team.  All leagues have a Spring/Summer and Fall leagues.  Form more information and to be directed to the Central Jersey Softball Associations Men's Slow Pitch League please click on the softball. 

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