USSSA makes its way back to the eastern shore, here’s what you can expect

SALISBURY, Md. – Ready or not here they come. For the next couple of weeks softball teams across the country are making their home right here in Salisbury. officially kicks off the first day of the USSSA tournament here on the eastern shore which officials says is one of the largest fast-pitch tournaments in the nation. So here’s what you should you know about the USSSA tournament. The tournament will last for about three weeks and will end on August 3rd. Officials say the Henry S. Parker Complex will serve as the hub where teams will compete but games will also be held at the John Walter Smith Park in Worcester County and Northside Park in Ocean City as well. They also tell us because more people will be in the area you could see an uptick in traffic, but they’re hopeful things won’t be too bad.

“We’re bringing in 100, 120, 150 teams for each of the weeks so that’s a lot of people specifically tonight downtown Salisbury you can probably expect some traffic but otherwise nothing too bad that isn’t used to cheer on the shore with Summer commuters,” said Sports Marketing Representative for Wicomico County Tourism Andrew Kurtz.

Officials add that every game is free and open to the public to attend.

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