ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – You still have time to sign up for two new city adult softball programs. City officials are reminding people the usual summer league, starting June 6, will look a lot different this year.
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That includes two games a night instead of three to allow more time in between games to sanitize. For people who didn’t get into that league before registration closed last week, there are now new options.
“The first one is our Second Chance League. Like I said, it’s out at the Regional Sports Complex. Those are on Monday nights,” said Recreation Program and Facility Manager Adrienne Palacio. “They will only be playing 10 games instead of the regular 16.”
They will also have what they’re calling a “Night Owl League” with games starting at 8:30 p.m. Those two programs will run from mid-July through early October. People can register or sign up to become an umpire on the City of Albuquerque website.