SLAMDiabetes 5th Annual VT Summer Classic
Jun 26th, 2015 - Jun 27th, 2015
14th Annual TRF Tournament
Aug 14th, 2015 - Aug 16th, 2015
Wiffle Ball tournament to Benefit the Strike3 Foundation
Oct 10th, 2015
New fields have been popping up all across the country and we encourage the enthusiasm. Below you can find a link to other wiffleball fields.
Fenway Westfield is a 1/4 scale replica of Boston's Fenway Park built in the backyard of Chris and Jen Dolan's home in Westfield, Massachusetts. The field, used primarily for Wiffle ball games, was built during the summer of 2008 as a fund raising tool for the Community Christian School (CCS) located in Westfield. The heart behind Fenway Westfield is to provide a platform for the students of CCS to serve God and the community by raising funds for their school and other community causes.....and to have fun doing it!!!
Little Ebbets Field is 1/4 the Size of the great Ebbets Field. The Hallowed ground where Robinson, Snider, Newcomb, Campy, Pee Wee Reese Played. Where a team captured a city and finally won it all in 1955! Little Ebbets Field is located in Amesbury, MA.
What is Little Fenway?
Little Fenway is a unique 1/4th scale replica of Boston's Fenway Park in the backyard of Pat & Beth O'Connor's house in Essex, Vermont. It was built in 2001 and is used exclusively for Wiffle ball games. Several major charity fund-raising tournaments are held at Little Fenway every year. To date, over $4 Million has been raised for various charities. Smiles, laughter, and warm memories are the name of the game at Little Fenway.
Bigger than a Baseball Fan's Imagination
A story of the construction and events that surround this unique wiffleball field that has become every baseball fan's dream
Wiffle Ball: The Ultimate Guide
It's old school and new school. It s unique and ubiquitous. It s yellow and white. It's red, white, and blue. It s one of America s favorite brands: a classic for nearly 60 years and still a fad-proof fan favorite. The Wiffle Ball remains the great equalizer, befuddling batters of all ages...