Welcome to the Granddaddy of senior softball since 1930 and the World-Renowned Kids and Kubs. Our regular intraclub competitive season runs from November 1 to March 31 in full uniform
The scheduled home team wears white shirts, and the visiting team wears red shirts. The shirts have a large playing number and their last name on the back of the shirt, the American flag on the right sleeve, the City of St Pete Logo on the left sleeve, the member’s first name on the front, and the Kids and Kubs logo on the pocket.
The uniform of the day is long or short dark blue pants—a red, white, and blue cap with the Kids and Kubs logo and a black bowtie. Information on how to purchase these items will be provided; however, you must buy the long white dress pant.
The Kids and Kubs divide the members into four teams and play doubleheaders against each other at North Shore Field Tuesdays, Thursdays, and some Saturdays beginning at 10:00 AM. We play pickup games on the same schedule for the rest of the year with your choice of dress.
Batting and fielding practice begin one-half hour earlier. Men and women who have passed their 74th birthdays may try out and practice during those pre-game sessions.
If interested in joining the club, get an application at the field or request one through firstname.lastname@example.org, fill it out with proof of age, and submit membership dues to an officer at the field or send to the office listed above on this home page.
When the season starts, you will be on a 60-day probationary period before you can vote as a member or participate in the outside/special event games with the team.
KIDS AND KUBS CHEER
What’s the matter with “75”?
We’re the ones who are still alive.
Hi-Ho, Kids and Kubs, Let’s go!
Rah, Rah, Rah “75”!
The Kids and Kubs Cheer is shouted during the “Ceremony” where the players line up on the baselines, give the cheer, march around to second base, and then back to home plate to salute the flag. At second base, they stop to remove caps and sing or listen to the national anthem.
The formal white uniform is worn with a black bow tie whenever performing the ceremony.
- 90th Anniversary Banquet - The 90th Anniversary Banquet was held at the St Petersburg Yacht Club on the St Pete Waterfront.
- COVID-19 - The City has given authority for no more than ten players to take the field at one time. President Jon Wilkinson has the “GO AHEAD” for our Club to go on the ball field starting Monday, 5/19/2020. Jon Wilkinson will be there to direct activities. – the first ten players will have access to the …
- Kids and Kubs Monument - The idea of a monument dedicated to the Kids and Kubs Softball Club originated with player-member Richard Morris. He had seen such a object elsewhere and became enthused with having some place for future members to have as their own for picture taking and reminiscing, and to memorialize all those who have been members before, …
- Paul Good Biography - 1910 – 2008 Paul Good was born on February 25, 1910, in Grandview, TN, and when he was only two years old, his family moved to a remote ranch near the small town of Fondis, CO. There he was brought up in a very active life, and they spent summers on the ranch until 1924. …