- 07/10 - Summer Season games
- 07/10 - Extra Innings at Capitol City Brewing Company, 4001 Campbell Ave, Arlington, VA
- 07/16 (Sat) - Week 1 makeup games, Watkins Park
- 07/16 - Extra Innings at Nellie's Sports Bar
- 07/17 - Summer Season games
- 07/17 - Extra Innings at Nellie's Sports Bar
- 07/24 - Women's Division Summer Season Games
- 07/31 - Summer Season games
- 07/31 - Extra Innings at Town Danceboutique Patio, Washington, DC
- 08/07 - Cal Steinmetz Memorial End-of-Season Tournament, Watkins Park, Upper Marlboro, MD
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We play on Sundays from May through July at Watkins Regional Park in Upper Marlboro, MD. There are Women's B & C and Open B, C, & D Divisions.
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We play on Saturdays beginning after Labor Day in September and October. There are competitive and recreational divisions, and possibly a women's division. Online registration usually begins in August, so check back for more info.
The Chesapeake & Potomac Softball League (CAPS) is a non-profit organization founded in 1983 to establish a friendly place for gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgendered (GLBT) people in the greater Washington/Baltimore metropolitan areas to play softball, learn and/or enhance softball skills and meet new people.
Our league offers two divisions. Our Open Division, a member of the North American Gay Amateur Athletic Alliance (NAGAAA), is made up of co-ed teams placed in divisions based on skill level. Our Women's Division, a member of the Amateur Sports Alliance of North America (ASANA), is made up of women-only teams.
In addition to our affiliations with NAGAAA and ASANA, CAPS is a proud and active member of Team DC. Team DC promotes LGBT individual and team sports participation. Our league follows the Amateur Softball Association (ASA) rules of play!
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We're excited to announce that the Start Talking. Stop HIV. www.facebook.com/starttalkinghiv campaign is a sponsor of this year's MAGIC Tournament! Check out the campaign's free resources and help spread the word in DC about the importance of talking about HIV testing, condoms, #PrEP, and if you are living with HIV, getting and staying in treatment.
Also, check out the Start Talking. Stop HIV. campaign's animated #PrEP video from this year's sponsor of the MAGIC Tournament for an introduction to PrEP and help you decide if it's the right choice for you. @talkHIV #StartTalkingHIV