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2019 Joe Santos Memorial Men’s Fastpitch Tournament

Wednesday, March 27th, 2019

The 2019 Annual Joe Santos Memorial Tournament will be held May 25-26 at Joe Santos Field, Pueblo, Colorado. Photo By MARY KELLEY

PUEBLO, Colo. – Fastpitch fans, players and teams don’t want to miss out on one of the best men’s fastpitch tournaments in the U.S. when the Joe Santos Memorial Tournament will be held at the ball field named in his honor, May 25-26.

**For more information contact Jerry Santos, 719-240-4771, or Chris Santos, 303-419-7352**

San Antonio Glowworms Hosting ISC World Tournament qualifier

Wednesday, February 6th, 2019

SAN ANTONIO, Texas – The San Antonio Glowworms will host an International Softball Congress World Tournament qualifier to send one team to Denmark, Wis., which will be hosting the event, Aug. 10-17.

DETAILS

  • $350 entry fee
  • Three-game guarantee
  • Tournament site: Koger Stokes Softball Complex and possibly Alva Jo Fischer Softball Complex, depending on number of entries
  • Dates: June 29-30
  • CONTACTS

    Ruben Rios
    Tournament Director
    210-854-6409

    David Rios
    210-310-6681
    elirios3155@gmail.com

    The Rios family’s San Antonio Glowworms steadfast devotion to men’s fastpitch softball

    Wednesday, February 6th, 2019

    The San Antonio Glowworms men’s fast pitch team was started, managed and coached by Heldebrand “Chilolo” Rios, Jr. in 1957. Courtesy Photo By Rios family

    Rios family and their San Antonio Glowworm tournament join forces with the International Softball Congress by hosting a world tournament qualifier

    SAN ANTONIO, Texas – If any team in America, Canada, or for that matter the world, can beat these numbers, speak up.

    For 118 years combined, the Rios family of San Antonio has been firmly entrenched in the men’s fastpitch game. Sixty-two of those years as a team of Rios’ dads, sons, uncles, cousins, grandkids, and 56 years hosting a Rios family run tournament.

    It all began with the patriarch of the family, Heldebrand “Chilolo” Rios, Jr., who after an injury ended his playing career in 1957, started the San Antonio Glowworms with its roster filled with Rios’ names. He steadfastly managed and coached the ball club until his death in 1998.

    Though he’s gone, the Rios family resolutely continues his devotion and love for the game.

    “My grandfather loved this sport,” said grandson David Rios. “It is an honor to carry on his tradition. I am proud to say that there has been a Rios playing men’s fastpitch since the 1930s, from my grandfather to my father and uncles to the grandchildren. We are blessed to carry on his legacy and keep his memory alive.”

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