(Disclosure: The Western WIFFLE Ball Classic was created by Logan Rose, 14-year-old son of Jordan Rose, founder and president of Rose Law Group.)
By Your Valley (Photo by Dave Seibert)
The Western Wiffle Ball Classic will return to Scottsdale Stadium — the spring training home of the San Francisco Giants — on Saturday, Oct. 6, with the tournament beginning at 9 a.m.
The 14-year-old founder Logan Rose is the visionary behind the Western Wiffle Ball Classic, according to a press release, noting the inaugural event in 2020 had over 20 teams compete for the trophy.
Rose began his journey in the sport by creating Big League Wiffle Ball in July of 2019. In less than two years, he grew the league to six teams, over 1,000 subscribers on YouTube, and over 2,000 Instagram followers.
In 2020, he hosted a competitive tournament for all ages at the Fenway Park of Major League Baseball’s warm-up season, Scottsdale Stadium, during the depths of COVID, said the release.
“I was so excited to see all the teams come out in 2020 and have an amazing day of Wiffle ball,” said Rose in a prepared statement.