Cat Osterman has decided to retire after years of college, Olympic and professional softball dominance.
National Pro Fastpitch's season ended as an ugly, soggy shambles, fingers raised not skyward to celebrate a championship but instead pointed accusingly in every direction.
Despite financial challenges, National Pro Fastpitch softball league is about to complete its ninth year, a testament to the dedication of its players and owners.
Softball superstar Natasha Watley's foundation gives African-American girls a chance to find their place in the game.
In the world of softball, there may be no brighter star than Cat Osterman, but the pitcher wouldn't be who she is without her trusty battery mate and friend, Megan Willis.
In a 10-3 upset over league favorites USSSA Pride, the Chicago Bandits became the first team to recapture the Cowles Cup.
The longer softball is out of the Olympics, the tougher it will be for national programs to stay funded.
Jessica Mendoza, a two-time Olympic medalist in softball, announced today that she and her 2008 Olympic teammates are leaving the U.S. national team to play exclusively for the National Pro Fastpitch league.