As A first timer to the tournament my opinion and voice are similar to that of Brennan and Dale from Step Brothers. I could be potentially presenting the Fucking Catalina Wine Mixer, or I could be presenting Prestige Worldwide. Talk about pitching, walks, and the lack of hitting have been a topic recently with Facebook lighting up with debate and comparisons. From my overall observation of the games that weekend and with some factual statistically evidence, pitching domina
Hello fellow Wifflers this is Caleb Jonkman from Leroy Wiffle, and I am composing sort of an all compassing review of our first NWLA tournament. I think I speak for all of our team members that it was a weekend to remember. There were a lot of emotions for us going into our first tournament but I think we handled everything really well. We knew we wouldn’t have the star power that we wanted coming. But every person who went played their role to a T. Starting off Brett Detmar
Alright being a new team to the tournament, we really don’t have much to go by other than some film and what we saw at regionals. Based upon that I used a random number generator to predict pool play and the tournament and here’s what it came up with. It doesn’t look to accurate, but hey it’s wiffleball you never know. #16 – BWBL Breaker Boys (0-5) The only thing this team is gonna break is their bats after 5 straight losses. #15 – LWA Legends of Leroy (2-3) Even the number
The day is soon coming and anticipation is rising. The wiffler’s dream is only a few short days away. Expectations throughout the year have gone from, should we give this tournament a shot, can we even compete. Then expectations went to we got this, we can compete to win the regional, who are the dads anyway we should beat some 40 year olds. Which was followed by are we going to even make the tournament. Being a first timer to the league really has had its pros and cons.