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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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2017 FIELD PERMIT CONTRIBUTORS:
Artie (60), Xavier (50), Nick T (50), Arun (50), Little Joe (100), Mike W (60), Kenny (60), John (150), Eitan (150), Jeff (100), Noah (50), Big Joe (50), Photo Mike (50). Manny (60), Dave B (60), Sergio (50), Pedro (100), Todd (60), Luis (20) and Lance (50).
2007 team photo courtesy of Professional Photographer Luis Ramones
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2017 TEAM WINS

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2012 team photo
We utilize Whoozin RSVP website to track attendance.
2014 team photo A
2014 team photo B
2015 Opening Day Team Photo
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Sunday, May 21, 2017
Joes and Sticks split doubleheader
After two consecutive rainouts it was nice to be back in the field playing ball, however we were a bit shorthanded with only fifteen players. It was indelicate and discourteous to say the least by those that RSVP "yes" and then decided not to show up. That is why you have a third option "maybe" in Whoozin.

The Joes captained by Big Joe today took the opener 7-2. The game was tied until the sixth but the Sticks made a couple of fielding errors and surrendered five runs. The Sticks returned the favor wining the night cap 7-4. Big Joe was relieved the last two innings by Todd after his back stiffened up and prevented him from continue pitching.

We witnessed some outstanding defensive plays by Joe Torre and Noah at short, and Roque and Mike W flashed the leather at third with some hot stabs, but the player of the game was second baseman Todd, that turned a brilliant double play with a dazzling spin move. Also Ron, Matsui and Phil looked like graceful gazelles roaming the outfield tracking and catching every fly ball.

In attendance today were Noah, Todd, Matsui, Lance, Dave, Big Joe, Mike W, Kenny, Joe Torre, Roque, Phil, Ron, Will, Tony and the writer.

See you guys next week!
2017 Opening Day Team Photo