• Wednesday, February 19th, 2020


Bob Bosse’s 60-year slow pitch career didn’t really peak until 1992 when he began playing senior softball with Joseph Chevrolet.  Prior to that Bob won several Knights of Columbus Ohio State and National Championships, and enjoyed a third place (1970) and second place (1971) finish in the Men’s Major Metro Tournament with Hill & Griffith.  But it was when Bob began participating at the senior level that his success began to skyrocket.  From 1992-’11 with Joseph, Bob won seven 40-over, 50-over and 60-over World Championships, was named to eight All-World teams, and was a two-time World Tournament MVP.  During the 2005 season, Bob pitched Joseph to the championship of the Senior Softball Winter World in Fort Myers, Fl., where he batted .680 and was named Tournament MVP.  Two years later Bob duplicated that performance in Ft. Myers, winning another SSUSA title and MVP honors.  Then in 2012- ’13, he captured a pair of World titles and garnered two more All-World selections with the Dayton Legends 60’s.  He bagged yet another World title and All-American honors with Cincy 60’s in 2014, and has collected five more All-World selections – including three MVP awards – with the Dayton Legends 70’s.  Bob’s teams have also captured numerous invitational tournament crowns in the tri-state participating in the SPA and ISA programs.  Bob has played primarily as a pitcher and 2nd baseman during his career, and enjoyed a lifetime batting average of approximately .650.

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