Roseville Senior Softball - Winter 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 March 2         Update News

A league Tuesday Blaine dome is NOT available Tuesday March 2nd. [on March 1 by R Schmidt]
Dave Pahl Obituary notice is in the Minneapolis newspaper, Sunday February 21st. [on February 21 by R Schmidt]
Dave Pahl Dave Pahl a long time member of our senior softball family recently passed away a victim of liver cancer. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family and friends. RIP Dave [on February 18 by R Schmidt]
Quarantine Policy A player returning from a significant social event (eg. tournament, convention, wedding, etc) or traveling out of state is strongly encouraged to get tested as soon as possible after the event. There is also a required quarantine period of either 7, 10 or 14 days before returning to RSSA league play: 7 days if the player is tested and the result is negative. 10 days if the player chooses not to get tested. 14 days if the player is tested and the result is positive. As a "high risk" population we must be more vigilant than most. We are lucky to be playing at all and must take every conceivable precaution to protect our players. Also the new reported strains are even more contagious (ie: easily transmittable) than the current Covid strain. Thank you for your cooperation. [on January 15 by Adkins]

Links to Interesting Internet Info

View CPR instructional video at

West Metro Senior Softball video at

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