For the first time in Hall of Fame Complex history, the USA Softball Men’s Major Fast Pitch National Championship will be played at the venue August 21-23. Relocated to Oklahoma City, Okla. from South Bend, Ind. as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, USA Softball will welcome 11 teams to the Softball Capital of the World®.
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The Men’s Major Fast Pitch National Championship dates back to 1933 when USA Softball, known then as the Amateur Softball Association (ASA) of America, was founded during the World's Fair in Chicago, Ill. It also marks the first time since the 2018 Men’s Masters 50-Over Fast Pitch National Championship that a men’s fast pitch event will be held at the facility.
“We are excited to bring this prestigious National Championship to the USA Softball Hall of Fame Complex,” said USA Softball Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Craig Cress. “The Men’s Major Fast Pitch National Championship has such a storied history within our organization and adding an event of this caliber to the lineup of events that will be held this year at our newly-renovated facility is going to be special. We look forward to welcoming the teams to our home here in Oklahoma City.”
Participating teams include A-1 Bombers (Bob Piddock), Bar on the Avenue Buzz (Justin Colombo), Bear Bottom Lodge (Codi Pannebecker), Jay Blank Realty (Dave Marchio), Kegel Black Knights (Mike Lewis), NY Gremlins (Gregg Leather), Ray Rays Sports Bar Misfits (Steve Prado), Rio Grande Senators (Dave Parker), Seadogs (Anthony Aresco), Tribal Brothers/TMC (Robbie Tahah), and Wabash Pride (Jordan Eckman).
The tournament begins on Friday, August 21 at 4 p.m. CT with Ray Rays Sport Bar Misfits facing Seadogs on USA Softball Hall of Fame Stadium – OGE Energy Field, Tribal Brothers/TMC and Bar on the Avenue Buzz on INTEGRIS Field and Wabash Pride versus Jay Blank Realty competing on Field 3. Play continues through the weekend, with the Championship Game set for 12 p.m. CT on USA Softball Hall of Fame Stadium – OGE Energy Field on August 23.
Admission, which will be sold at the gate of the USA Softball Hall of Fame Complex, is $5 per-day for spectators, with free admission for children five-and-under. Additional information including the tournament schedule and rosters can be found at
**Schedule is subject to change.