BB/SAA
bellevue baseball/softball athletic association
(425) 999-4060
An Eastside/Bellevue Adult Softball League
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BB/SAA is the oldest independent adult softball league on the Eastside, proudly providing both Men's and Co-Ed softball programs since 1983. BB/SAA is a 501(c)(3), non-profit organization run by a board of volunteers.

We rent fields from the City of Bellevue and King County. All of our games are played within the Bellevue and Redmond areas.

We play two seasons every year (April through June and July through September). Teams play 16 games (as 8 double-headers) each season, and umpires are provided by USSSA.

So whether you are looking for a competitive team, or just some recreational play, come see what we have to offer.

Spring 2017 Schedules

Schedules for the Spring 2017 season have been published.

Schedules

30-Mar-2017

Summer Season 2017

Registration is now open

Day of Play Play Starts Division
Sunday July 9 Men’s Sunday (All levels)
Monday July 10 Co-Ed Upper and Lower Recreational (C3 & C6)
Tuesday July 11 Co-Ed Lower Recreational (C4, C5 & C6)
Wednesday July 12 Men’s Upper and Lower Recreational (M4, M5 & M6)
Thursday July 13 Men’s Competitive
Thursday July 13 Men’s Upper and Lower Recreational (M4, M5 & M6)**NEW**

Detailed information about registering for the upcoming Summer season can be found in the following document:

If you have questions, contact us at info@bbsaa.org.

Team Registration

Team cost - $1395.

Teams that participated in the Summer 2016 or Spring 2017 programs will receive priority through May 8th.

Registration for Individuals

BB/SAA offers the following options for Individual Registration:

Team Placement

BB/SAA will match you with an existing or newly formed team for the season. The fee for individual registration is $135 ($110 Registration Fee, $25 Admin Fee).

Sublist Only

Our sub list is a free service. Each week, managers are given your profile and contact information as someone who is willing to fill-in. They will contact you directly.

01-May-2017

2017 Calendar

Spring season events in  silver , Summer in  blue .

February

8

Spring Season Team Registration Opens
(Priority given to returning 2016 teams until the 15th)

8

Registration opens for Individuals

March

10

Spring Season Registration Closes

April

2

Spring Season Equipment Pick-Up
Marymoor Park (East Side) parking lot (from 10AM - Noon)

9-13

Spring Season Starts (All divisions)

16

No Games - Easter

May

1

Summer Season Team Registration Opens
(Priority given to returning Summer 2016 and Spring 2017 teams through May 8th)

14

No Games - Mother’s Day

26

Summer Season Registration Closes

 26-29

No Games - Memorial Day weekend

June

6-30

Spring Season rainout makeup games and playoffs (weather dependent) - all divisions except Sunday

18

No Games - Father’s Day

25

Men’s Sunday playoffs

24-30

Summer Season Managers' Meeting (date, time and venue TBD)

July

1-4

No Games - Independence Day weekend

9,10,11,12,13

Summer Season Starts

September

1-4

No Games - Labor Day weekend

5-29

Summer Season rainout makeup games and playoffs (weather dependent)

27-Apr-2017

Division Descriptions

Co-ed Weekday

Recreational: The team is a balance of newer players and those with some playing experience. Average skill level. One 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. Three 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. Three 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. Two 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. Two homeruns per game, all others are outs.

Men’s Sunday

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

17-Jan-2016