Roseville Senior Softball - Summer 2020

Roseville Senior Softball is a year-around activity in Minnesota for players of all skill levels. Our league started in 1988 with two teams. We now have over 360 active players, 4 leagues and 25 teams. Players range in age from 51 to 92.

Our Summer Season (May through September) is played Tuesday and Thursday mornings in Roseville and Little Canada. Our Winter Season (November through March) is played in the Stillwater Sports Center Dome.

Our leagues were featured on the CTV North Suburban Beat program in the Summer of 2017. Click on this link to view a video clip about our softball experience.

If you are a softball player interested in participating in our league, please contact Darrell Adkins by email at or by phone at 651-341-8663.

Click on a league menu item above to see standings, scores, and schedule.

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NEWS for August 8         Update News

1B mitt Looking for used first base mitt for right handed thrower.  Contact Donn Satrom if you have one to sell.   [on August 6 by Adkins]
'A' League update Bart's team and Thunder's team will not be able to play Thursday, July 30th. Players from Roger and Phil's teams can show up on Thursday but players need to decide for themselves whether to play or not. The 14 day quarantine window will end on Friday so we will all be back to our normal 4 team schedule on August 4th at The Stadium. Please check the schedule whether you play early or late. [on July 29 by Handevidt]
'A' League COVID-19 Alert There was a member of Thunder's team that was exposed to someone that just recently tested positive for the COVID-19 virus. The player is 9 days in and showing no symptoms at this time. He did play against Bart's team on Thursday July 23rd before he knew of the exposure. The player is now working to get tested. Until that test result is known both Bart's team and Thunder's team will not play Tuesday (July 28th) and possibly Thursday (July 30th). I will post and update everyone on this website once I have more definite news on the test result or the 14 day quarantine has expired. At this point, we don't believe this player came into contact with anyone from the other 2 teams as he had to leave early on Thursday so Phil's team and Roger's team will still plan to play July 28rh. However, understand that each player needs to decide for themselves whether to play or not. I will continue to use this forum for any updates. [on July 27 by Handevidt]
22nd Annual Steve Simmons/Mosquitoland Classic Softball Tournament Please see the attached link for details of this years Mosquitoland Tournament to be held September 10-13, 2020 at Pioneer Park in Little Canada. Tournament Director is Don Bowman 651-208-3909 or Steve Simmons Mosquitoland [on July 21 by Handevidt]
Important Reminder re: Coronavirus All players must adhere to the following directives regarding the Corona virus: (1) If you are sick, not feeling well or simply feel "off", STAY HOME. Do not come to the fields for any reason. If the symptoms persist, you should get tested. (2) If you are having any unusual or out of the ordinary symptoms, again STAY HOME and stay away. If the symptoms persist, you should get tested. (3) If you have been exposed to anyone who has tested positive, you must quarantine yourself for 14 days from the day of the last exposure to that person. You should also be tested yourself. Again, do not come to the fields for any reason. (4) If you have been exposed to someone who has symptoms and is waiting for test results, you must quarantine yourself until the test results come back. If the results are negative, you can resume play. If positive, you must quarantine yourself for 14 days from the day of the last exposure to that person. (5) If you are in quarantine status, stay home. Quarantine means Quarantine! You are not eligible to play, period! In other words, you can not fill in or be used as a substitute on another team. Also, do not come to the fields to watch. You may be positive and just don't know it yet, and thereby endangering everyone else. Thank you for your cooperation. [on July 19 by Adkins]
Free "Virtual" Physical Therapy offer The University of Minnesota, Division of Physical Therapy students and faculty are offering free online, video based physical therapy visits, commonly referred to as "telePT". Online visits will be conducted through a secure online video conferencing software. Each visit will be conducted by a student physical therapist and supervised by a licensed physical therapist who is a University of Minnesota Division of Physical Therapy faculty member. Individuals will be given a video based examination, and provided with recommendations to address their reasons for seeking physical therapy services. Interested individuals should click on the link below to get a consent form to receive online physical therapy services. Once completed, you will be contacted to schedule services. UofM PT [on April 18 by Adkins]

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