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Windsor Park Adult Recreational Softball's Website
We are a group of good-natured residents originally from Windsor Park- Bayside, New York, who share a devotion to the game of softball. Since 1997, we get together on Sunday mornings between mid April and late November --weather permitting-- to play recreational softball at Cunningham Park. We now play at nearby Alley Pond Park. Our games are casual, stress free events, with no league or team commitment required. The emphasis is on fun, not competition.
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2014 team photo A
2014 team photo B
Sunday, October 11, 2015
Joes split double headers with Sticks
Last week I didn’t have a chance to post the game report so here is a quick recap of what happened. The infield was in pretty bad shape after Joaquin’s downpours so we migrated into the grass. Fifteen players made it to the field and we played a round robin. Defensively it was probably one of the worst games in recent memory. In attendance were Little Joe, Manny, Phil, Artie, Mike 4, Nick T, John, Efrain, Mike R, Nig Joe, Kenny, Lance, Sergio, Dave and the writer. Little Joe and Mo squads came ahead scoring 12 runs each while Big Joe’s team managed only 5 runs.
The 2015 season is approaching its denouement but attendance remains steady and today we had another great turnout. The Joes won the opener 8-3 behind Little Joe’s great pitching performance and the Sticks won the nightcap 5-1.
In attendance were Nick T, Mauricio, Wayne, Mike Y, Kenny, Pedro, John, Mike W, Mike 4, Tony, Anthony, Little Joe, Matsui, Roque, Phil, Jeff, Lance, Artie, Rob, Nick, Dave, Arun and the writer.
See you guys next week and don’t forget to bring some dough for next year’s permit.