Wiffle Baseball Game

Wiffle ball was created in the 1950s by David Mullany, a Connecticut dad whose 12-year-old son regularly played backyard ball with a friend, using a broom handle for a bat and a plastic golf ball. Since wiffle balls do not travel far, the game is compacted so the sport can be played by a handful of players. Another benefit, baseball skill does not translate into wiffle ball excellence allowing anyone to be successful.

Evans Hunt