The hot, sassy and elegant Miss Erin Brown….from Hot on The Red Carpet joined us last week at the Reggie Sanders’ Foundation & Big League Wiffle Ball Celebrity Game. She brought her red carpet and interviewed Reggie
Erin Brown and Reggie Sanders.
Erin Brown, Carlton Byron Hamilton, Andy Rodriguez and Joe Geller
Here’s some ESPY action of Erin on the Red Carpet:
From the backyards to the big leagues, wiffle ball is back. It maybe never really left, though. You can still remember the days playing as a kid, those nostalgic times of fun and excitement with your neighborhood friends. Wiffle ball is a sport that is a fun reminder of times past. Now, wiffle ball is making a resurgence, with tournament play, cash prizes and a competitive and organized movement allowing America to see it in a whole new light.
The Nostalgic Factor
Whether playing ball for free with your friends at a park or playing in a competitive tournament of winner-take-all event, you are doing something you truly love and enjoy. It has all the makings of baseball, but there is so much more for a new generation. Forget the wiffle ball you played as a kid. The adult variation is the real deal, with movement on pitches to make your head spin, crackling home runs that get the crowd (or your kids in the backyard) roaring and a sense of wonder.
Yes, there can be money involved, such as in tournaments that are held around the country. That only serves to heighten the competition and provide an outlet for some of the best in the nation to have at it. For the most part, it’s about doing something you love. We can step onto a field with friends and family and play a game not much removed from our childhood – one that has grown up by leaps and bounds. It’s a great business model that they’ve come up with for the expansion of professional, adult wiffle ball. If you’re interested in either business or management yourself, visit Sports Management Colleges for more information.
The Sport Itself is King
Speaking of movement on pitches, go to a game and see why wiffle ball is making such a resurgence. The ball starts in one spot and the hitter is eyeing it up the entire time, thinking he’s going to smack one out of the park. It dips in another direction and your eyes can’t catch up to it. You’re already swinging and the ball isn’t where you think it’s going to be. Strike!
Check out videos on YouTube, or catch a game in person, and you’ll see. You’ll actually want to go buy a wiffle ball and bat yourself and start playing in your backyard or the nearby park with friends. You may even want to learn how the Big League Wiffle Ball founders achieved business dominance as well. Pick up some ideas by visiting Online Education.
Wiffle ball is something that people can’t get enough of, as it can be a competitive, money-making endeavor or just something you do with friends. What brings these two different forms of play together is the love of the game, the fun associated with it. Wiffle ball is back.
On Saturday, April 14th, Golden Stick will be hosting a 1 on 1 Jamboree Tournament (similar to the Ultimate Wiffler).
The cost will be $60 per person with FREE/discounted Golden Stick Seasons up for grabs.
1 on 1 Gameplay Overview:
-Each field has 2 mounds – Fast Pitch’s distance: 48 feet, Yard distance: 43.5 feet
-Pitchers choose at the beginning of each inning which mound they’ll throw from
-If from the Yard mound, the pitcher will conform to Yard League speed regulations (40mph) and be granted a 0-1 count at the start of every at bat. Batters will use the standard sized Golden Stick Yard League bats
-If from the Fast mound, the pitcher will have no speed limit and a 0-0 count. Batters will use the standard sized Golden Stick Fast Pitch bats
-Tournament will be round robin with elimination games to follow