• Friday, January 29th, 2010



Danney Saylor has been manager of Greater Cincinnati’s largest private softball complex, Rumpke Park, for the last 32 years.  And for the last 24 years he has served as the Commissioner for the Metro Cincinnati Amateur Softball Association.  He is perhaps best known as the tournament director for the Cincinnati Metro Tournament, the ASA’s largest slow pitch softball tournament for 24 consecutive years.  The event hosted approximately 400 men’s and women’s teams during its peak, and capturing a “City Tournament” is the dream and goal of every player and team in Greater Cincinnati.  Respected for his tough but fair-minded decisions as director of the Metro, especially relating to eligibility and classifications, he has also been a pioneer and trendsetter, and a champion of sensible equipment standards.  And he has helped raise over $100,000 for such organizations as the Shriner’s Burn Institute and the American Cancer Society.

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