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A Treasury of Haiku

The Low Press, being the best wiffle electronic publication in the world, extends its readership to the farthest regions. Below is an excerpt from the premier Chinese wiffle poet, Akinori Wiffamura.

Get your cleats bats balls
Fresh cut grass signs of season
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Loggers Epicly End Wifftober Drought

On the arms of Ox and the Plastic Surgeon, the Loggers emerged victorious in a classic back and forth
Game Date: 
October 15, 2011
Epicocity of Game: 
Epic
Lagers: 
28
Loggers: 
31

Just a day before the biggest wiffle championship in all of Addison County and part of Rutland, the defending champion Lagers shocked the wiffling world by trading their entire 2010 line-up (and a case of Miller High Life) for Lonichiro. The lowly Loggers, struggling to sell tickets in their well chronicled Wifftober drought, could no longer afford Lonichiro's hefty contract. Knowing that you could never replace Lonichiro, they tried to get an array of players. The Lagers, left with no players after the trade, used the High Life to coax the Ghost of Guapo, J-Mac, and Lucky Charms out of retirement. They added the rookie phenom "The Beebs" to round-out the line-up on the cheap.Read more

Wifftober III - Loggers' Dreams Chopped Down

Lagers defeat Loggers in a 17-7 show of Wiffsmanship
Game Date: 
October 17, 2009
Field: 
Epicocity of Game: 
Rousing
Lagers: 
17
Loggers: 
7

The First Six:

It was 20 degrees at seven AM when the Lowbus made its first stop in Lincoln at Casa de Guapo.  By game time it had warmed to a balmy 28 degrees down in Waltham.  The grounds crew had mowed the frost off the field and was stretching the yellow power cords across the infield to mark the play boundaries.  The air was thick with the giddy feeling of getting away with something.  We had somehow convinced our wives and loved ones that a ten hour wiffle ball game was really the best use of our time.  The teams were pumped and the banter in the Oxley clubhouse was frivolous as West Coast mixed up a top-notch batch of Bloody Marys for the game.  Read more

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An Impromptu Classic

The Lagers continue their dominance in another LowBall classic.
Game Date: 
September 5, 2009
Epicocity of Game: 
Classic

 

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Details of Wifftober Championship Released

Ich bin ein wiffler | Loggers win 13-9

Game Date: 
July 28, 2008
Lagers: 
9
Loggers: 
13


Write-up coming soon...

Lagers Triumph in a Pitcher's Duel 5-4 | Wiffdependence08

Game Date: 
July 5, 2008
Epicocity of Game: 
Classic

A game so good gets two write-ups and this one is a bit long winded. Save yourself the trouble and just look at the photos.

With the bases loaded, in the bottom of the 9th, with the score all tied up, I forcefully stepped into the well worn and dug batter's box. My career nemesis stood upon the mound, strong with a new holster of pitches, this was to be the final at-bat.

Like so many journeys in life, this game was not about how it ended but instead how we all got there.

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052608 | The Wiffmorial Day Extravaganza

Game Date: 
May 26, 2008
Epicocity of Game: 
Stock

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If I were to tell you over the winter that there was to be a blow-out game played in the dreary drizzle of late May, you would rightly conclude that this would be a mediocre, almost dismal, event. In 99% of sporting events, you would be absolutely correct. Luckily for all of us, we live in the other 1% where a blow-out during a rainy day somehow bucks the odds to become epic. When you celebrate the ridiculous, anything is possible.