3rd Annual Winter Classic
Feb 1st, 2014
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
EXCURSIONS Journey To Health
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Official Wiffle Ball Equipment Supplier of Little Fenway
The 3rd Annual Winter Classic will be held on Saturday, February 1st. Space for teams is limited so email email@example.com if you are interested in having a team.
Rodney and Jann visit Pat O' Connor in Essex, Vermont to see Little Wrigley and Little Fenway Park. Then we take a visit to Sturbridge Village to a living museum!
Backyards have gone epic, turning home turf into mega resorts. From pro race tracks to full sport courts, zip lines and underwater caves or replicas of famous baseball parks, these guys are creating their own fields of dreams at any cost. Airs at 3pm EST on Destination America.
Konnor Fleming of the Crusaders fell into the bullpen at Little Fenway for the final out of the game to preserve a 3-0 win for his team.
The 2013 Winter Classic will be held on February 2nd at Little Fenway and Little Wrigley. Read more to see the full schedule...
The tournament, which raised $15,000 in its first two years, has now raised a staggering $1.2 million over the last three...
Little Wrigley is a unique 1/4th scale replica of Chicago's Wrigley Field in the backyard of Pat & Beth O'Connor's house in Essex, Vermont. Several major charity fund-raising tournaments are held at Little Wrigley every year. To date, over $1.2 Million has been raised for various charities. Video by Kevin O'Connor
The Travis Roy Foundation has launched a youtube channel for the annual WIFFLE ball tournament. You can watch this channel by clicking here: http://www.youtube.com/TRFWiffleball
What is Little Wrigley?
Little Wrigley is a unique 1/4th scale replica of Chicago's Wrigley Field in the backyard of Pat & Beth O'Connor's house in Essex, Vermont. It was built in 2007 (modeled after Little Fenway) to increase tournament capacity and is used exclusively for Wiffle ball games. Several major charity fund-raising tournaments are held at Little Wrigley every year. To date, over $1.2 Million has been raised for various charities. Smiles, laughter, and warm memories are the name of the game at Little Wrigley.
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...