BBSAA: An Eastside/Bellevue Adult Softball League
bellevue baseball/softball athletic association
14150 NE 20th St #F1-256, Bellevue, WA 98007
(425) 999-4060
Freestone Capital
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REGISTER AS AN INDIVIDUAL
BBSAA offers two options for individuals


Sub List
Our sub list is a free service. Each week, managers are given your profile and contact information as someone who is willing to play. They will contact you directly if they need players. This also keeps you on the mailing list for team roster needs and future seasons. More information can be found here.


Team Placement
For a fee, you will be matched with an existing or newly formed team for the season. The fees* are as follows:
$135 - One team ($110 Registration Fee, $25 Admin Fee)
$245 - Two teams ($220 Registration Fee, $25 Admin Fee)
(* pro rated if mid-season placement)





TEAM REGISTRATION

2015 SPRING Season registration is now CLOSED.

View more information on league format, number of games, game times, fields, rules, available divisions etc.

2015 SUMMER Season registration will open in May. Play begins in July and runs through September. If you'd like to be notified when registration opens, create a log-in to the website or email info@bbsaa.org.

Contact Webmaster@bbsaa.org for technical/website issues.

Contact Info@bbsaa.org with for league inquiries.

2015 Calendar of Events - Spring

February 1Returning Teams Only - Spring Registration
February 8Spring Registration Opens - All Teams
February 21Spring Registration Closes
March 21 - 11:30amManager Meeting at JJ Mahoney's
April 6Spring Weekday Divisions Start
April 12Spring Sunday Division Starts (TBD)
June 15Playoffs (TBD - due to rainouts)

Spring - Fixed Divisions: Fixed days and division sizes as follows:

Day Of PlayPlay StartsDivision
MondayApril 6Co-Ed Upper Rec (C3)
TuesdayApril 7Co-Ed Lower Rec (C4)
WednesdayApril 8Men's Upper Rec (M4)
WednesdayApril 8Men's Lower Rec (M5)
ThursdayApril 9Men's Upper Competitive (M1 & 2)
ThursdayApril 9Men's Lower Competitive (M3)
ThursdayApril 9Men's Upper Recreational
SundayApril 12Sunday Men's (All levels - TBD)

Divisions

Co-Ed Weekday

Competitive (C1 & C2): Established Teams. Teams consist of skilled and experienced players who are competition focused and regularly play in leagues and tournaments. 2 homeruns per game, all others are outs.

Recreational: The team is a balance of newer players and those with some playing experience. Average skill level. Some established teams. 1 homerun per game, all others are outs.

Upper Recreational (C3): Teams made up of more experienced players looking for a higher level of play.

Lower Recreational (C4): Teams made up of newer players with some playing experience.



Men's Weekday

Upper Competitive (M1 & M2): Established teams are made up of skilled and experienced players who are competition focused and play in leagues and tournaments. 3 homeruns per game, all others are outs.

Lower Competitive (M3): Teams are made up of a balance of experienced and average players looking for a higher level of play who regularly play in leagues and some tournaments. 3 homeruns per game, all others are outs.

Upper Recreational (M4): Teams are made up of more experienced players with average skill level. Players are looking for a higher level of play and are more competitive than the lower recreational teams. They may have the same skill level, but are more focused on winning. 2 homeruns per game, all others are outs.

Lower Recreational (M5 & M6): Teams are made up of players with average and competent skill level. Players are on the field more for recreation than to dominate and win championships. There is an element of competitiveness balanced with being out there to have fun. 2 homeruns per game, all others are outs.

Men's Sunday

All-Levels (MS) Division dedicated to weekend warriors of all competition and skill levels.