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  The Olde Timers Softball League was founded in the spring of 1990 by George Anthos with the assistance of Fil Fillion. They had spent the winter playing hockey in the Clifton Commons Arena and, over coffee on the last day of the season, wondered what they could do in the summer to keep fit. George suggested softball, and Fil agreed. A few men were interested, and some of the newspapers ran a story on it. Within a month there were over fifty men interested. Frances Wasserman, wife of one of the players, became the league's number one rooter and was elected secretary of the league for the next ten years. She is still on the Board of Directors.  
  For the first seven years, the league played their games at the Clifton Commons. In 1997, the league moved to the Veteran's Memorial Park, Elks Trail, Clifton Park where it still plays today.  
  The League has grown in size and popularity. The initial two teams in 1990 grew to four teams in 1991, six teams in 1994, eight teams in 1997 and nine teams in 2002. By 2004 there was sufficient interest for twelve teams in two divisions with approximately 165 players. The Ralph Caltaldo Division (55 & over), named for a seven-year player and treasurer, had eight teams and the newly established Ed Craig Division (65 & over), named for a past President, Secretary and player in the league since it started in 1990, began with four teams.  
  In 2007, the league changed the name to Capital District Senior Softball League.  

1990 Season   1991 Season
1992 Season   1993 Season
1994 Season   1995 Season
1996 Season   1997 Season
1998 Season   1999 Season
2000 Season   2001 Season
2002 Season   2003 Season
2004 Season   2005 Season
2006 Season   2007 Season
2008 Season   2009 Season
2010 Season   2011 Season
2012 Season   2013 Season
2014 Season   2015 Season
2016 Season   2017 Season