The Rochester District Umpires' Association (RDUA) provides umpire services to baseball and softball programs in the Rochester, NY area. Our primary purpose is to service boys high school baseball. We also realize the importance of serving developmental leagues and programs that allow players to continue enjoying the game when their school playing days are over. The RDUA offers members the opportunity to receive NFHS Certification and ASA Softball Registration and Certification through a clinic program that is provided at no additional costs. Please use our contact info if you are interested in becoming an RDUA umpire.

8th Annual Festival of Softball PDF Print
Friday, 02 October 2015 06:51

On Saturday, September, 26, 15 members of the RDUA and several family members and friends played in a charity softball game at Cobbs Hill.  Thanks for those who participated in this the 8th and last game to be played in honor of Noah Passaro the 8 year old grandson of Andy Yazwienski who died waiting for a heart transplant.  Andy Yazwienski has collected a total of $97,875.00 which has benefited the Golisano Children's Cardiac unit at Strong Hospital and as importantly has signed up 319 organ donors!  RDUA has had a team and participated in this game for each of the 8 years.  Thank you all for your participation and donations.

2015 RDUA Calendar PDF Print

The 2015 RDUA baseball and softball clinic schedule have been published and are available on the Calendar page.  The dates and locations are subject to change.

Last Updated on Saturday, 14 February 2015 13:55
Decertified non-wood baseball bat PDF Print
Monday, 16 March 2015 22:55

The BBCOR decertification process has been implemented for:

  • Marucci CAT5 33-inch model
  • Reebok Vector TLS 32-inch model


Last Updated on Monday, 16 March 2015 22:58
RDUA Umpires Play in 7th Annual Festival of Softball Tribute to Noah PDF Print
Tuesday, 11 November 2014 20:13

On Saturday September 27th, 2014 RDUA umpires, family, and friends participated in the 7th Annual Festival of Softball Tribute to Noah at Cobbs Hill Park.


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