Restricted Players for Slow Pitch

Slow Pitch

Per USA Softball’s Code the players on the Men’s Class A Restricted Player List was determined by a Slow Pitch Committee. A restricted slow pitch player list will be compiled by a USA Softball committee representing slow pitch. The restricted slow pitch players list will be available on USA Softball’s website and this list will be updated, modified and/or revised on a regular and continuous basis but will be finalized by August 1 each year for the current year’s National Championship Finals. Players on the USA Softball restricted slow pitch player’s list may only play Class A. Any team that participates may not have more than three (3) players from the USA Softball restricted slow pitch player list. Any appeals regarding this list can be made through the USA Softball National Office to the slow pitch sub-committee. Any appeals regarding this list should be made to the player’s local commissioner who will forward it to the USA Softball National Office for further review by the USA Softball Slow Pitch Restricted Player Committee. Please do this in writing and be sure to include statistics, teams played against, and a reason why you feel you should be removed from the RPL in any appeal. To find out who your commissioner is click here.

2017 USA Softball Men’s Class A Slow Pitch Restricted Players List

Player / State Player / State

Updated January 11, 2017
Steve Allen – Florida
Terry Baggs – Florida
Bryson Baker – California
Rick Baker – Indiana
Kevin Bazat – Missouri
Dal Beggs – Florida
Robert Blackburn – North Carolina
Mike Bowlin – California
Mike Brambilla – California
Jason Branch – Florida
Scott Brown – Minnesota
Dale Brungardt – Washington
Geno Buck – Minnesota
Rusty Bumgardner – North Carolina
Orlando Castillo – Florida
Travis Clark – Wisconsin
Tim Cocco – Kentucky
Andrew Collins – Florida
Greg Connell – Georgia
Victor Cordova – California
Kyle Cowart – Georgia
Dennis Crine – Nevada
Don Dedonatis, III – Florida
Brandon Dillon – Indiana
Anthony Dress – Minnesota
Chad Durick – Florida
Kevin Filby – Ohio
Jeff Flood – Oregon
Joey Formosa – California
BJ Fulk – North Carolina
Hank Garris – Florida
JD Genter – Georgia
Chris Geron – Illinois
Jamie Gordon – Michigan
Rich Goulash – Florida
Chris Greinert – Maryland
Neil Haglund – New York
Jeff Hall – North Carolina
Greg Hartwick – Arkansas
Ryan Harvey – Florida
Brett Helmer – New York
Timmy Howard – Arkansas
Bobby Hughes – Arkansas
Jeremy Isenhower – Kansas
Todd Joerling – Missouri
Brian Justice – Tennessee
Jason Kendrick – Florida

Kevin Kennington – Florida
Scott Kirby – Florida
Howie Krause – Ohio
Corey Large – Texas
Chris Larsen – Washington
Keith Laski – Illinois
Steven Lloyd – Florida
Sam Lopez – California
Bubba Mack – Florida
Johnny McCraw – North Carolina
Sean McDonald – Michigan
Bruce Meade – Florida
Kyle Moyer – Ohio
Chad Mullins – Kentucky
Bryce Olivera – Nevada
Ryan Parfitt – Pennsylvania
Lee Payne – Georgia
Kyle Pearson – Louisiana
Matt Pesso – California
Donovan Pokraka – Colorado
Lee Powers – North Carolina
Andy Purcell – Florida
Brian Rainwater – Georgia
Brad Reckart – OH
Luis Reyna – Florida
Wendell Rickard – Louisiana
Dustin Roberts – Virginia
Adam Rockoff – Florida
Casey Rogowski – Michigan
Dennis Rulli – California
Jimmy Salas – California
Dan Sanchez – California
Nick Santana – Florida
Seth Stephens – Washington
Scott Striebel – Florida
Ryan Thiede – Illinois
Tom Thompson – Ohio
Mike Umscheid – Wisconsin
Andy Vitcak – Minnesota
Jeff Wallace – Florida
Filip Washington – Nevada
L.C. Watson – Texas
Brian Wegman – Ohio
Lawrence “Buddy” Wolf – Ohio
Jeremy Yates – Florida
Frank Yeilding – Alabama
Scott Zaciewski – Ohio
Brian Zirkle – Illinois