The 2022 ISPS MAZATLAN SLOW PITCH TOURNAMENT 3rd EDITION came to a close on last weekend, with the Tremenditas, Tremendas, and Diablos from Agua Prieta, Mexico all taking home first place in their respective divisions.
The 3rd Edition Mazatlan Slow Pitch Tournament - EFREN FIERROS was a great success. The event took place at the MURALLA SPORTS COMPLEX in Mazatlan, and it gathered the best slow pitch teams in the country.
Team TREMENDITAS, from the state of Sonora, México, has just won the WOMEN'S INTERMEDIATE DIVISION at the 3rd Edition Mazatlan Slow Pitch Tournament - EFREN FIERROS. They defeated team TRIGUERAS in the FINALS.
The 3rd Edition Mazatlan Slow Pitch Tournament - EFREN FIERROS was a great event that gathered teams from all over the region to compete in the Women's Recreational Division. The final match was played between team BRAVAS and team BOCADOS.
Armando Corrales, a player for Team COMAYAGUA in the LIGA METROPOLITANA DE SLOW PITCH ISPS HONDURAS, suffered a serious accident while working on a high tension line with extreme levels of electric voltage.
After a grueling three-game series, Team GENERALES has been crowned the champions of the ISPS HONDURAS MEN’S 50+ SLOW PITCH LEAGUE. The team beat PATRIOTAS, one of their biggest rivals, to take home the trophy.
Gabriel Gonzalez has been a huge part of the Tucson slow pitch community. He has been a successful coach of women's recreational program, and now he is taking his talents to a new level by joining the International Slow Pitch Softball (ISPS) organization.
Fabian Placencia is the latest athlete to be featured as our ATHLETE OF THE WEEK. This talented player led Team MANIACS to the Championship this weekend in Homestead at the Men's Slow Pitch Silver Division Tournament.
An example of persistence, attitude, disposition, but above all for not giving in to his inexperience in this sport, in addition to the joy with which she plays and her progress in the sport of slow pitch, with much respect and pride of the beautiful discipline.
ISPS HONDURAS GROWS TODAY, AUGUST 25, IN THE CITY OF SOUTHERN HONDURAS, CHOLUTECA, THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE FEMALE CATEGORY OF THE SOUTHERN SLOW PITCH LEAGUE OF THE CITY OF CHOLUTECA, CHOLUTECA, HONDURAS WAS ELECTED.
Barrientos is a long-time member of the ASLH, and has been involved in slow pitch in Honduras for many years. She has served as National Women's Director for ISPS Honduras for the past two years, and is excited to take on a new role of president.
Adrianna Esquer is receiving honorable mention from the Arizona director of ISPS and coach of Team Force Gabriel Gonzalez. Gonzalez is honoring her for her passion and dedication to the team and the sport of slow pitch.
ISPS Honduras has done an amazing job to promote the growth of slow pitch in their country. They have worked tirelessly to provide an amazing program for all slow pitch athletes, and they should be congratulated for their efforts.
The vice president of the country, Salvador Nasralla, was giving a speech about the conditions of the stadium when several members of a rival political party stormed the conference and began attacking by throwing rocks, water bottles, and swinging bats.
The sun was shining brightly on Zlatibor Mountain as the ISPS Serbia team prepared for their upcoming training sessions. The players were excited to have the opportunity to train on such a beautiful mountain and prepare for the Euro Open Championships and World Championships.
The Bad Boys Slow Pitch team has won the slow pitch tournament in Miami this past weekend. This is just one of the team's tournament wins this season. Their next stop is the world championships in Fort Lauderdale later this November.
The Commissioner of ISPS, Manuel T. Ferrero III, was in Honduras to visit one of the future sports complexes that will host upcoming slow pitch championships. He met with the President of ISPS La Ceiba, Mr. Edwin Matute, and the National Director of ISPS Honduras, Mr. Juan Carlos Andino.