Austin Weirdos will offer Wiffleball Games throughout the season.
The Austin Weirdos will be playing Wiffle Ball Games on all Saturdays and for at least for one game in each city.
Beginning at 9:00 AM the Weirdos will host a Wiffle Ball Game that will be open to the public to join.
They will charge a minimal registration fee of $10 per person with 100% of this money going to the Weirdos Players.
Being a travel team with no home games, the Weirdos do not receive money from traditional baseball camps or 50/50 raffles.
They will play each of the other nine teams in the Mountain Division six times.
The Austin Weirdos will playing their entire season on the road in 2024.
Every Saturday and for least for one game in each city the Weirdos will host a Wiffle Ball Game before batting practice that will be open to the public to join.
The Weirdos will use Lone Star Wiffle Ball Association Rules.
The Weirdos manager will set the ground rules based on elevation and flight of ball.
At a later date it will be determined which dates former Pecos League/Wiffle Ball Legend Chris Tuttle will attend.
Chris has been known as the master of the slurve grip screwball.
He learned this grip in the Lone Star League.
Register online at your teams kids camp page or below at this link:
About Wiffle BallWiffleball is a simplified version of the game of baseball that is designed to be a miniature version of the game that is suitable to be played both indoor and outdoors, often in confined spaces. Such simplified baseball games have existed for decades in one form or another, but the modern game of Wiffle Ball came into existence in 1953 when a gentleman by the name of David Mullany designed an easily curvable ball for his 12 years old son.Because his son and his friends called a strike a ‘whiff’, the ball was soon christened the Wiffle Ball and a trademark followed soon after. The game is played on a triangular pitch with different scoring zones. The size of the pitch can vary depending upon the size of the space a game is played in.From its inception, the popularity of the game grew rapidly, and it has been played in backyards, city streets, beaches and recreational sports pitches for generations, remaining popular to this day. A World Whiffle Ball Championship has been played since 1980.