The tourney features a game that is much like backyard baseball, except with four players instead of nine, and wiffleballs instead of baseballs. The four players are a pitcher, catcher, and two fielders. They also play on fields that have been built to 3/10 the scale of actual Major League stadiums.
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Volunteers hold up the “Green Monster” while building the Fenway Park field Wednesday at Southview Grace Brethren Church in advance of the 16th annual Wifflefest tournament. The event opens Sunday with a dedication service and family games.
Pictured from left to right are Esther Abel, Sam Esbenshade, Ruth Abel, Cadence Russell, Brooke Esbenshade and Libby Hohler.