Welcome to the Softball Capitol of Michigan...
For many years, Midland has been known as “the softball capital of Michigan,” which refers to the city’s rich history of softball; especially men’s fast pitch softball. Club teams such as the Dow AC’s in the 50’s, Nick’s in the 60’s and more recently the Explorers and Emerson ACE's have and will continue to further the sport and its importance in Midland.
Currie Stadium
Perhaps the most recognizable of Midland’s facilities is Currie Stadium, located in Emerson Park, donated to the City by Gilbert A. Currie in the 40’s, Currie Stadium is the of the most visible community stadiums in the country. Host to national and international tournaments in its prosperous history, Currie Stadium continues to be the premiere facility for men’s fast pitch softball. 

Join us in celebrating softball the rich history of the sport...

Leagues Offered

Softball in Midland is offered through a unique partnership between the City of Midland Parks and Recreation Department and the Midland Softball Association (MSA).  Together, they offer the following leagues:

  • Fast Pitch - Men's
  • Modified Pitch - Men's
  • Modified Pitch - Women's
  • Slow Pitch - Coed (summer and fall)
  • Slow Pitch - Men's
  • Slow Pitch - Men's Church League (Must be a member of that church)
  • Slow Pitch - Men's Grand Masters (Age 50+)
  • Slow Pitch - Men's Grand Masters (Age 60+)
  • Slow Pitch - Women's

Contact Us

  1. Parks and Recreation Office

    Municipal Service Center
    4811 N. Saginaw Rd.
    Midland, MI 48640

    Ph: 989-837-6930
    Ph: 989-399-0506 (Weather Hotline)

    Monday - Friday
    8 a.m - 5 p.m.
Rainout Line
(989) 399-0506
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