You have entered the Texas Softball Hall
of Fame website. Welcome to all who bring good will
and focus with us on a
better softball future. Today you
can become part of or reunite with these historic softball
communities - LET'S
In 2020 we
may play leagues at two
locations: Cullen Park in far west
Houston and Community Park in Missouri City,
Texas. Our priority is to
promote recreational softball.
You are invited to work with The Texas
Softball Hall of Fame Director since
Ralph Hall. The value of his leadership,
service, and skills are connected to many
relationships. His long softball history is
rooted in character and nurtured by
sportsmanship. Many have discovered the
influence, impact, decisions, and positive
attitudes which have
been developed in these softball communities
Beyond discovering and developing, you can
also join us in celebrating milestone achievments.
Are you committing your team to join us?
Following this strategic question will
empower you to step up to the plate. All
people of good will who choose Texas Softball Hall of Fame
and remain its loyal supporters belong with
LET'S PLAY BALL !
continuing in our 38th year of service the
we go forward together on this softball journey.
To play in a Sunday League,
$395 ROLL BACK
To join a Tuesday or Thursday League,
response to the national emergency
caused by the ongoing COVID-19
(coronavirus), Texas Softball Hall of
Fame has REOPENED leagues. This
decision comes in compliance with
Government, USA Softball association
guidelines, and the exercise of
sensible precautions by our leadership
Future decisions regarding plans for
the 2020 game schedules will be posted on
the website, www.txsoftballhalloffame.com.
Many individuals and teams already have
expressed a strong desire to play again. We
will continue to monitor ongoing events,
undertake precautions, and encourage all
softball participants to do likewise.
We are still learning more about
this virus and the challenges that will be
coming as we rise up to defeat it.
While many people will experience
only mild symptoms, about 80 percent will
recover without needing special treatment.
Likewise, about one in six will likely
become seriously ill. Older participants and
those who have serious chronic medical
conditions are at a high risk of developing
severe symptoms or death.
It is currently the belief that a
person may develop recognizable symptoms
anytime from 2-14 days after being exposed
to the virus. The most common symptoms are:
Fever, Fatigue, Cough, Shortness of breath
Guidelines and Policy for 2020
SPECTATORS, OR UMPIRES MAY NOT ENTER THE
1. You have been diagnosed with
2. You have symptoms of Covid 19.
3. You have been in close contact
with a person who has or is suspected to
have Covid 19.
WHILE PARTICIPATING IN SOFTBALL
1. Masks are
optional and allowed, but they are not
supplies are the responsibility of each
individual and are encouraged.
Managers may provide
this for his team, if he thinks there is a
need to do so.
3, Distancing practices of six
feet will be realistically utilized in
dugouts and bleachers.
4. Avoiding touching your face is
a highly recommended practice.
should provide their own equipment. Sharing
bats or gloves is not a safe practice.
Using only your own equipment minimizes
the risk of contagiousness.
6. Handshakes, high fives, or
other kinds of voluntary touching are not
wise or allowed. Please minimize physical
contact until notified by the League
authorities to engage in those behaviors.
handshakes, slaps, or contact between teams
is suspended in 2020.
8. After game contact in the
parking lots should only be done with an
abundance of caution and is not recommended.
Please keep yourself and others safe.
9. If you think or feel you are
too uncomfortable to participate, then
please do not come to the ballpark.
10. The Director, Umpires, and
Managers all appreciate the cooperation of
everyone. Letís all work with one another so
we may continue to play this game we love.