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Pittsburgh Champions

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Pittsburgh Champions

The Pittsburgh Champions was a men's slow pitch softball team in the North American Softball League (NASL). The league and the team existed for only one season, 1980. The NASL merged with the American Professional Slow Pitch League (APSPL) to form the United Professional Softball League (UPSL). The team ceased to exist after the leagues merged; there already was a professional softball team in Pittsburgh (the Pittsburgh Hardhats of the APSPL) so the Champions were disbanded.

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  • Professional Slow Pitch Softball History
  • Professional Softball Leagues History

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