Kelly Wrangham has played slow pitch softball in North Dakota for over 25 years with a variety of competitive teams and he was always a leading player. In addition, he managed teams, Including Heartland Investors which captured a National Title in 2012. Wrangham batted over .700 in the National Tournament and was named the tournaments MVP. He has received five national All American Awards and has been MVP, batting champion and national batting champion runner-up. He has also been very active in the Bismarck Men’s Slow Pitch association having served on the Board for a number of years, been an umpire for over 20 years, managed teams, sponsored teams and been tournament director for several tournaments.

Kelly has played with seven teams which have won the state title in the highest division of Men’s Slow Pitch. He has also sponsored three teams in Men’s Slow Pitch. in addition he has been a donor and sponsor of the JO Softball League in Bismarck. In 2018, his team won the 35 and Over National Championship and Kelly earned his seventh ALL-American award, He came one hit short of claiming the batting title in this tournament gathering 22 hits in 27 trips to the plate for an average of .815.

Kelly has also coached his daughters 12 and Under team which has been chosen to participate in the All American games in Oklahoma City.