Electric City WIFFLE

They’re backkkkkkkk! Some of you may remember Hess Field WIFFLE Ball…

If you don’t, let me refresh your memory:

Well, they’re back for the first time in years, with a new league, Electric City WIFFLE.

With the new league comes some old faces, some new faces, but most importantly…

SICK jerseys!!!

Electric City WIFFLE has hit the ground running in their inaugural season! Quite literally too, as they are a medium pitch, yellow bat, run the bases league.

Before the season started, the odds on favorite to win the league had to be the Arm Barn, but by the looks of things, it’s the Downstate Xecutioners that currently hold the best record at 13-2.

Here’s some week 1 highlights:

With the season a little more than halfway over, things are shaping up to have an ELECTRIC ⚡ finish!

Be sure to follow all of their social media accounts so you can stay up to date with any and all things Electric City! Including this weekend as they travel to Indianapolis, Indiana to compete in the NWLA Tournament against 11 other teams from across the country.

They’re absolutely worth a follow, because you never know when you’ll catch their next viral wiffs video before anyone else! 👀⚡👀

Electric City WIFFLE Socials:



Old Line WIFFLE® Club was founded in 2020 for the purpose of playing competitive, fast pitch WIFFLE® ball.

Club founder Brian Griffiths recruited Jim Braswell, Jeremy Davis, Craig Gajewski, and Jeremy Davis to form a team to play in the inaugural United WIFFLE® ball 2020 National Championship Tournament in York, PA. After competing in this event, the founders decided to continue to play competitive WIFFLE® ball and to grow the sport in Maryland.

The Old Line WIFFLE® Club is a 501(c)3 non-profit corporation for the purposes of promoting the Old Line WIFFLE® League, playing in competitive national tournaments, and promoting the growth of WIFFLE® Ball.

Old Line WIFFLE® Club has created the Old Line League for the purpose of forming a competitive league in Maryland. The 2022 goal is for a minimum of four teams to participate in a 12-game Championship season. Players from the league will be eligible to selected to represent Old Line WIFFLE® Club at the 2022 NWLA Championship and the 2022 United WIFFLE® ball National Championship tournament.

With the original opening day having to be postponed due to weather back in March, the inaugural Old Line WIFFLE season is finally upon us and took place this past Saturday in Anne Arundel County, Maryland!


  1. March 19th starting at 12 PM (Weeks 1 & 2) * POSTPONED *
  2. April 30th starting at 12 PM (Weeks 3 & 4)
  3. June 11th starting at 12 PM (Week 5, Playoffs, & Championship)

Five teams will compete to take home the title.

Out of these five teams, WIFFLE House wins our vote for best name and WIFFLE While We Work wins our vote for best logo.

Not knowing too much about the players on each team, our early favorite to win is Riptide. Having a very experienced player like Jerry Hill in a new league should pay immense dividends.

Here’s a look at the standing after week 1:

Be sure to follow along all season long by following Old Line WIFFLE‘s social media pages (listed below) and be sure to drop a comment with your favorite team name, logo, and favorite to win this inaugural season!

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