Singles Only Softball League Catching on in Chicago, New York

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When it comes to Chicago baseball, the current focus is on the intra-city series between the Cubs and White Sox. Of course, both teams being under .500 means this year lacks a serious buzz (last night’s game at the Cell set a new low for crosstown classic single game attendance).

However, I have a seen a unique Chicago baseball (well, softball actually)   media story emerge. After all, this is the city where the game was invented (Thanksgiving 1887 at the Farragut Boat Club) and the sport’s biggest star, Jennie Finch played professionally.

And now a new chapter in Chicago softball history.

S3 Softball is a  16″ non competitive singles only league. Yep, singles only, which makes playing in the league an extremely fun, unique experience.

It plays every Sunday. Here’s how it works:

By Paul M. Banks
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