Finally Moonshot puts out a bat for the medium pitch wiffler. This bat has everything your yellow lacks. The “Carbon Matrix” technology incorporated into the barrel increases performance and durability as well as adds even weight distribution. This bat has the pop yellows lack. They’re also longer than yellows. Up to 36″. They come with an Easton synthetic leather grip which is a big upgrade from yellow plastic. It comes in whatever color you want and with your team name embroider on it. This is the bat of the serious wiffler. With GSWL already using it in their league and rumors swirling within BLWB headquarters that they’re considering it’s use in 2010, Moonshot may be on the fast track to increasing their notoriety within the sport. Once you’ve used a Moonshot you’ll agree the bat sells itself. I’ve used this bat for years but only in fast pitch. I’ve always wanted an opportunity to use it at a medium pitch event. Maybe the diameter as it was gave too much of an advantage, but now that it’s almost identical to a yellow in size, only thing left to do is order it. They may be a little pricey but you get what you pay for and these bats are worth every penny. Even the most modest wiffler who rarely competes in tournaments should have one for that day in the backyard with family and friends, when he can pull it out and say, how sick is this thing. Amaznig right. Yeah, it’s a WIFFLE ball bat!!
He stands at a whopping 130 lbs and can hit one out of the park! Wiffleball that is… don’t expect the same from baseball and Zach Goodman. Goodman, of ManBearPig stopped by the Big League Wiffle Ball Skype studios to chat with Charissa Cowart about, Harry Potter, Golden Stick Wiffleball, Big League Wiffle Ball and a few other curve ball questions that I threw at him. Goodman was a good sport and hit this interview out of the park!
Baring his tattoo sleeves and all dressed up in his tuxedo tee, Mark Spellman (aka Sparky) sat down with Charissa Cowart to talk about the style of wiffle ball. Spellman, GSWL co-founder, says wiffle ball has typically had a reputation for being nerdy and a sport for kids. Well, he set that record straight with his “too cool for you” attitude and talked about the new clothing lines debuting to help boost the fashion sense of wiffle ball. If you don’t believe me, take a look for yourself! He even managed to crack a few jokes… just a few.
Rob Piervinanzi (aka Wiffman), a 7-year veteran of wiffle ball, dropped by the Big League Wiffle Ball Show’s Skype studios to chat with Charissa Cowart about what else… Wiffle Ball! Wiffman is the Director of the NY Region for Golden Stick Wiffleball League and talked about the big Jamboree that’s just around the corner plus the future of wiffle ball, with or without the famous Wiffman.
Watch the video to find out what his favorite thing is about wiffle ball, how he got the name Wiffman and how HE describes Nick Benas and Jared Verrillo.
Big League Wiffle Ball has launched a weekly show highlighting people and players in the wiffleball community. The first episode was huge with Lou Levesque, President of Golden Stick Wiffleball League live on Skype with Charissa Cowart, Official Anchor of Big League Wiffle Ball.
Watch the video to find out what word Lou uses to describe Nick Benas and Jared Verrillo Co-Commissioners of BLWB.
Lou took time out of his busy schedule to talk about how wiffleball has gone from a “backyard game” to a serious sport. He even discussed the New York league he is launching very soon.
Keep an eye on Lou and Golden Stick Wiffleball because these guys are going somewhere! As they say at GSWL it’s “A Backyard Game Taken Way Too Far.”