On Deck: The New and Improved BKS Softball League


Jacky Schweky 



In Brooklyn, there’s a community softball league that’s been running successfully for thirty years, drawing crowds, and making history. The BKS Softball League, once a big deal, has changed in a big way, and everyone’s talking about it.  


Started three decades ago, the BKS Softball League has always been a big part of the community. From playing on any open field to now having fancy fields, it’s always been more than just a game; it’s something the community is proud of. 


One cool thing about the league is its history. There are stories about the awesome players from history who were like heroes. Their legacy lives on, and people still talk about them today. 


But what really makes the BKS Softball League stand out is the excitement around it. People are coming from all over the community to watch. With new players and lots of energy, it’s a whole new ballgame. From old-timers to rookies, everyone brings their own style, making it fun to watch. 


The buzz around the BKS Softball League is real. The passion and determination of the players shine through in every game. It’s not just about playing; it’s about giving it their all and pushing themselves to the limit. 


One thing that’s great about the league is how it brings people together. Whether you’re a pro or just learning, there’s a place for you. Friendships are made on the field, and that’s what makes it special. 


The BKS Softball League isn’t just about winning games; it’s about making memories and being part of a community. It’s about coming together, supporting each other, and having fun. 


As the BKS Softball League keeps growing, it’s clear that it’s more than just a game. It’s a symbol of sticking together and having a good time. So, if you haven’t checked it out yet, you’re missing out! Come see for yourself what all the excitement is about. The BKS Softball League is back and better than ever, and it’s taking over, one game at a time.


Batter Up!  


For more information or to register – please contact one of the people listed below. 


Jacky Schweky 

1-347-614-9379 cell 



Mordy Chrem 




David Tawil 




Joey Dweck