WESTERN WIFFLE BALL CHAMPIONSHIP: Popular childhood game takes to Goodyear Ballpark

By West Valley View

When the world shut down three years ago, children across the country were often stuck in their houses for months due to COVID-19.

While many kids took time off from school and responsibilities to play video games, catch up on TV shows and sleep the days away, one 14-year-old mastermind took to his Scottsdale backyard to create one of the most popular sports leagues in the country.

Logan Rose, along with a group of his friends and his younger brother, turned the extended downtime into the Big League Wiffle. The four-team league started in Rose’s backyard, where the team recorded Wiffle ball games and posted them online.

Three years later, at 17 years old, Rose organizes the largest Wiffle ball tournament on the West Coast.

The fourth annual Western Wiffle Championships was held on Oct. 21 at Goodyear Ballpark, marking the first time since the tournament was held at Scottsdale Stadium for the first three years. A total of 27 Wiffle ball teams representing six states traveled to Arizona to participate in the yearly tournament.


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