Entries by Julie Walton

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California Commotion Sign Jazmyn Jackson

January 20, 2020 – The California Commotion announced today the signing of outfielder, Jazmyn Jackson. Jackson becomes the first official player for the Commotion, who were added to the National Pro Fastpitch (NPF) League in 2019 and will participate in their first professional competitive season in 2020. Jackson, a California native, has a loaded portfolio […]

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Bandit Jessie Scroggins Announces Retirement

Rosemont, IL (January 17, 2020) – Chicago Bandits outfielder Jessie Scroggins has announced her retirement from professional softball. “The love and energy that Jessie has for the game will be hard to replace,” Bandits GM Toni Calmeyn said. “We will miss her in Rosemont and wish her the best for what her future holds.” Scroggins was […]

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O’Toole Traded To Cleveland Comets For First Round Pick To Prepare for 2020 Olympics

Rosemont, IL (January 11, 2020) – The Chicago Bandits have traded LHP Danielle O’Toole to the Cleveland Comets in exchange for a first round pick in the 2020 NPF Draft. “We will miss Danielle and everything she brought to the Bandits. With her upcoming trip to Tokyo for the Olympic Games this summer, this move […]

National Pro Fastpitch Partners with She Plays

[Orlando, FL – January 10, 2020] – The National Pro Fastpitch League (NPF) today announced a new partnership with She Plays. This partnership will allow greater visibility and financial support for the league, and through the partnership they will become an official fantasy league offering on the She Plays platform. She Plays will also provide a […]

National Pro Fastpitch Announces New Schedule Format For 2020

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (August 27, 2019) – National Pro Fastpitch announced today, the 2020 season schedule will take on an original, and brand new look for the league, placing competition inside a Series Event model designed for multi-team competition. The new model will see regular season format change from one-on-one match-ups, to a multi-team format that […]

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Chicago Bandits Southpaw Paige Lowary Announces Retirement

ROSEMONT, Ill. (December 18, 2019)– After two seasons in the NPF, Chicago Bandits southpaw Paige Lowary has announced her retirement from professional softball. “We will miss Paige’s ability and character in our bullpen,” General Manager Toni Calmeyn said. “We are grateful for her time here in Chicago and wish her the best in her future.” […]