Slow Pitch Restricted Players

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 and Super. Any team that participates may not have more than five (5) 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.

2019 USA Softball Men’s Class A Slow Pitch Restricted Players List – Updated October 15, 2018

Player / State Player / State
Bryson Baker – California
Kevin Bazat – Missouri
Davis Bilardello – Florida
Mike Brambilla – California
Jason Branch – Florida
Cory Briggs – Arkansas
Dale Brungardt – Washington
Bradley Carlsen – Nevada
Orlando Castillo – Florida
Travis Clark – Wisconsin
Andrew Collins – Florida
Greg Connell – Georgia
Don Dedonatis, III – Florida
Brandon Dillon – Indiana
Argen Dodds – Texas
Ben Dunn – Texas
Chad Durick – Florida
Jeff Flood – Oregon
BJ Fulk – North Carolina
Johnathon Gastineau – Washington
Chente Granados – California
Chris Greinert – Maryland
Neil Haglund – New York
Donnie Hammonds – Florida
Ryan Harvey – Florida
Brett Helmer – New York
Kevin Kennington – Florida
David Kessler – Ohio
Scott Kirby – Florida
Keith Laski – Illinois
Steele Lewis  – Canada
Steven Lloyd – Florida
Steven Lopez – California
Bubba Mack – Florida
Ryan McClanahan – California
Zach Messer – Ohio
Chad Mullins – Kentucky
Ryan Parfitt – Pennsylvania
Kyle Pearson – Florida
Kyle Pearson – Louisiana
Lee Powers – North Carolina
Andy Purcell – Florida
Brad Reckart – Ohio
Brett Rettenmeier – Iowa
Luis Reyna – Florida
Josh Riley – Kentucky
Adam Rockoff – Florida
Dennis Rulli – California
Nick Santana – Florida
Shannon Smith – Oklahoma
Jordan Spaulding – Arizona
Ryan Stovall – Florida
Mike Umscheid – Wisconsin
Adam Ussery – Arkansas
Andy Vitcak – Minnesota
Filip Washington – Nevada
Brian Wegman – Ohio
Steve Whaley – Texas
Johnathon Williams – Illinois
Lawrence “Buddy” Wolf – Ohio
Jeremy Yates – Florida
Brian Zirkle – Illinois