Mission Statement
Posted Dec 30, 2014

Our mission is to create and provide for our members of all ages and skill levels, the opportunity to learn and play the game of baseball & softball for their enjoyment and for the improvement of the game in an atmosphere in which our players support and respect each other. We encourage and expect our members and players to respect other players, coaches, managers, and officials and to exhibit good sportsmanship and fair play. Our organisation is dependent upon the commitment and dedication of our many community and parental volunteers, and we acknowledge one another with courtesy and mutual respect. 

We are dedicated to encouraging young people to become leaders, through unwavering character and integrity, learning to face a variety of situations, through personal effort and sacrifice, and showing the way through good example. We believe that character growth includes, showing enthusiasm, spirit and courage at all times, taking advice and criticism in an effort to improve, being humble and gracious both on and off the field, and maintaining respect for others in both victory and defeat. 

In addition, we provide the necessary leadership to ensure that our baseball & softball program contains components which promote social and educational values to help our young people become productive citizens. These components include, but are not limited to; good sportsmanship, teamwork, academic studies, leadership, friendship, physical exercise, respect, goal achievement, and community involvement.  

We believe baseball & softball is a vehicle with which we can educate our young people to strive to be lifetime learners, to grow through character development and leadership training, and to develop a caring and considerate environment within our teams and community.

February News

 Redland Softball Association is invited to the Nike Company Store to Gear up for Ball Season and shop the newest footwear and Apparel on 2/17 and 2/18.

Please note: only Redland Softball players and their families who have completed registration for 2018 are invited to this event.

Click on the Flyer link below - be sure and read it carefully as there are specific rules for attending this event. 

Redland Softball Invitation to Nike 2:17 & 2:18 .pdf


For 2018 Redland will be a Softball only program.  

All T-ball and Baseball players will be registered through Oregon City Youth Sports.  

Go to: www.ocys.org to sign up your T-ball or Baseball player.


Register now for 2018 Redland Softball - early registration really helps our association with planning for season.  

If you have questions about Softball registration please direct them to: redlandball@redlandball.org 


Oregon City High School Pioneer Softball is offering an Open facility and Youth Clinic for 2018 

All open facilities and youth clinics are in the Pioneer hitting building at Oregon City High School located between the softball fields. All players are welcome and they are not mandatory. There is no charge for the youth clinics.
Sundays - Youth clinic for 8th grade and below - 3-5 PM Sundays - All pitchers and catchers - 5-6 PM
Sundays - Grades 9-12 - 6-8 PM
Wednesdays - Grades 9-12 – 3:30 to 5 PM and 6-7:30 PM. 

Date : February 11th - Sunday Schedule 

           February 14th - High School only 3:30 -5PM and 6:00 – 7:30 PM 

           February 18th - Sunday Schedule

           February 21st - High School only 3:30 -5PM and 6:00 – 7:30 PM 

           February 25th - Sunday Schedule

 February 26th: 

Season Begins!! 

For information
Contact Coach Dave Adelhart 503-504-9005 

RBSA Calendar
RSBA Meeting
Monthly RSBA Meeting
First Thursday 7 pm
Phillip Benizi Church
Parents, coaches, and volunteers are all encouraged to attend.