Save NYC Softball

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Sign our petition to Preserve Access to NYC Parks for Baseball and Softball Players

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Inside City Hall Broadcast Excerpt 

Discussion with NYC Council Members Carlina Rivera and Keith Powers about proposed flood prevention measures at East River Park.

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A Personal Statement from Al Morales

Leagues and organizers help make living in a big city anywhere better. I personally have gotten a lot pleasure from witnessing the growth of sports in our Cities!

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UAA Members

The following softball and baseball organizations are active members of the United Athletic Association and are committed to the interests of the baseball and softball players in NYC:

Let's Get Back on the Field

Sport league organizers are overwhelmed with requests as our many members can see that subways, hair and nail salons, camps, swimming pools as well as airline travel where people are so close to each other breathing the same air, are all opening

This is all very confusing and speaks to the fact that there are no clear-cut guidelines from Parks. We've already submitted our proposal for a safe reopening and have now updated and included even stricter protocols for safely playing on the fields using no contact practice and social distancing after everyone is tested.

It is time to ask the question if recreational sports can survive this pandemic? It is an important piece as New Yorkers are among the most active of citizens and are jumping at the bit to run and stretch in a good game without having to resort to cutting through chains and locks.

UAA Needs Volunteers!

  • Attorneys
  • Clerical Assistants
  • Field Coordinators
  • Videographers
  • Field Maintenance

If you can help, please email advocacy@uaasports.org

Contact Your City Officials

Getting the involvement of city officials is one of the most important strategies to Save NYC Softball!
Contact List of City Officials