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Wiffle Ball tournament to Benefit the Strike3 Foundation
Oct 10th, 2015

Golden Stick Wiffle League

A Backyard Game Taken Way Too Far

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2009-10-21 11:30:34
what are the basic rules for your tournaments?
josh camp

is there any kind of speed limit? how many players do you need? what kinds of bats and balls are allowed?

2009-10-21 17:11:06
what are the basic rules for your tournaments?
Pat O'Connor

Josh, the nice thing about Wiffle ball at Little Fenway is each group that plays here can adjust the rules, speed of the pitch, type of plastic bats, etc to suit their needs.  For the major tournaments, we usually have teams that play with 9 fielders, we use the official yellow Wiffle ball bats, most of the rules are like baseball, and we go with hittable speed, which is judged by experienced umpires.

2009-10-26 08:04:02
what are the basic rules for your tournaments?
josh camp

thats awesome. we will be driving 3 hours and 140 miles according too the map. i can make it in 2hrs 15min. now when you do the tournaments is it just at little fenway or do you use both?

2009-10-26 15:12:32
what are the basic rules for your tournaments?

I believe they use both fields Josh. At least that is what they were talking about in Yard Work.

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