A website fan and wiffle ball player in Missouri has sent us pictures of his new field addition…lights! He hosted the first game under the lights and these were his thoughts.
It turns out that while the lights are good for slower, straighter pitches, not so good for 4-5 foot breaking pitches, it was all strikeouts or walks after dark for the good pitchers.
He reckons that you’d better be careful if you’re playing under the lights in determining the correct bat and ball combo to use. In his case, they were using wood bats with junior wiffle balls. It just goes to show that the standard setup you’re used to, may not be the best option for your game. Change things up a bit and try new combos in order to achieve the best game for your setup.
Now, on to the best part…pictures!