Welcome to the site for the FIRST EVER
Our goal is to foster unity across the United States among Clean and Sober Softball players.

Men's, Women's, & Coed (6-4) will be offered

Championship RINGS provided
to all winners

Great PRIZES for the top 3 places

12-Step meeting during the tournament

t 24-26, 2018

Friday, Saturday, Sunday

Granite Park
3950-3978 N Cedar Ave
Fresno, CA 93726

Regional Sports Complex
1707 W Jensen Ave
Fresno, CA 93706
Link to MAP

Tradition Three in Narcotics Anonymous says:

“The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop using.”

Tradition Three in Alcoholics Anonymous says:

“The only requirement for A.A. membership is a desire to stop drinking.”

The NA text also reads:

“Desire is not a measurable commodity. It lives in the heart of each individual member.”

In addition:

"The group is not the jury of desire. We cannot measure or arbitrate willingness."

As the tournament directors, we are active members of recovery who felt compelled to incorporating the traditions into our event as they are the best tool we have found to build unity within groups. We have zero interest in trying to figure out who does or does not qualify to play as this is not our place. We believe that we can simplify the eligibility process by asking members, especially the managers, to consider their personal integrity when gauging their level of desire; both in deciding whether or not to participate or in organizing a team. We are putting on this tournament to provide a place for the addict or alcoholic to have fun, fellowship, and of course compete without having to get loaded. The message is that it's possible to have fun while staying clean and sober. Our hope is that the large majority of players do identify themselves as either addicts or alcoholics who are currently recovering from drug addiction and/or alcoholism in NA or AA. This is not meant to be exclusionary. Clean and sober ball is a huge part of both of our individual personal recovery stories and we just want to create a safe environment for the still suffering addict or alcoholic; especially the newcomer.


Ray D

Robert B