49th Annual No Glove Nationals Championship Game
The 45's play Chicago Dynasty at Forest Park. It's Softball's Greatest Event. The No Glove Nationals. Your Play By Play Announcers are George Bliss and Rich Hennessey
16 Inch Softball — A Game for Everyone
Highlights from the video 16 Inch Softball — A Game for Everyone.
Bob Campbell hosts a quick video tour of softball’s most exciting game! Visit for more information.
47th Annual No Glove Nationals 16 Inch Softball 2015
The Greatest Softball in the World is Played in Forest Park, Illinois. In Chicago They Play with 'NO GLOVES!' Enjoy this great game played between Signature Transportation and OBI. The Game Goes 8 Innings. A Classic Softball Game for the Ages. Chris Johnson and George Bliss are your play by play announcers. Camera Man is James Bliss. Game presented in Hi Def through the Kind Donation of George Vorunazos and Forest Park Park District.
Addison 16 inch Softball
16 inch softball is still very much alive. Pass this video along to anyone you know who loves 16 inch softball in Illinois.
Dome Softball 16 Inch Rosemont, Ill
The Dome in Rosemont, Ill is the place to get ready for the regular season. Here is a short recap. See You all in 2017. George Bliss
16 inch softball 2011 SSA Championship Game
Scoring recap of Final Game between WIndy City & Flashback. 2011 SSA Major Nationals
Busiest 16 inch softball league in Chicago
Wanna guess which park? This video was on the Chicago Tonight program on WTTW Channel 11 (PBS) and was made by Jay Shefsky.
16 Inch Softball @ Riddle Field Laguna Beach, CA - Ronnie Tompson Batting
16 Inch Softball @ Riddle Field Laguna Beach, CA. (Thursday Night Winter League Play-offs) D.U.I. Fighters vs. Redrum November 18th, 2010. Ronnie T batting.
16 Inch Softball @ Riddle Field Laguna Beach, CA - Andrew Smith Homerun
16 Inch Softball @ Riddle Field Laguna Beach, CA. (Thursday Night Winter League Play-offs) D.U.I. Fighters vs. Redrum November 18th, 2010. Watch as Andrew Smith Drills a Homerun to Left Field to give the D.U.I. Fighters a 14-0 lead.
Note: Andrew Smith uses a reverse grip!
Slowpitch Softball Hitting Tips - Stance
What stance should I use in slowpitch softball?
Vegas Baby!! 16 Inch Softball in High Resolution Fieldhouse v Psycopaths
Ron Matrisciano's Vegas Baby 16 Inch Softball Tourney in Las Vegas, October 2016. Game is the Fieldhouse of Las Vegas vs the Psycopaths of Lomita, California.
George Bliss and George Cominos are your Broadcast Crew.
Slowpitch Softball Hitting Tips - Leading with your Hands
The most important tip.
Steve Butler hitting a rolled up sock
1998 16" tv game lettuce vs rockers
Jeff Hall Softball: Hitting Tips - Grip, Swing, and Follow-through
Slowpitch slugger Jeff Hall shares some of his secrets for hitting the long ball. Make sure to SUBSCRIBE to this channel for more fun and informative videos featuring Jeff Hall.
Complete Guide to Slowpitch Softball DVD: Power Hitting
Improve swing mechanics for a powerful swing.
Learn more about slowpitch softball hitting in the mini e-book Slowpitch Softball Hitting.
This is a clip from The Complete Guide to Slowpitch Softball by Rainer and Julie Martens. For more information and to view more softball resources, visit
CRUISERS 16 INCH SOFTBALL
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48th Annual No Glove Nationals 2016
48th Annual No Glove Nationals Championship Game. Signature Transportation Vs. Hexx Softball. Game took place at the 16 Inch Softball Hall of Fame Museum Fields in Forest Park, Illinois. Your Play by Play announcers are George Bliss and Powder Johnson.
16 Inch Softball @ Riddle Field Laguna Beach, CA - Spencer Hughes Homerun
16 Inch Softball @ Riddle Field Laguna Beach, CA. (Thursday Night Winter League Play-offs) D.U.I. Fighters vs. Redrum November 18th, 2010. Watch as Spencer Hughes Drills an opposite field Homerun to give the D.U.I. Fighters a 4-0 lead.
Note:Spencer Hughes used a (+12) 34 inch 46 ounce bat!
16 Inch Hall of Fame Documentary Jack Brickhouse
Chicago's Game. 16 Inch Softball. A documentary narrated by the legendary Jack Brickhouse. Produced and Directed by Hall of Fame Founder Al Maag.