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Putting a serious spin on casual backyard pastime

Wiffle Ball players head to Stoughton for annual tourney

By Paul Harber
Globe Staff / July 21, 2005

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It's easy to think of Wiffle Ball as a kid's game, the pastime of lazy summer days. You can play it with just two people -- one to pitch, one to hit -- which makes it ideal for days when friends are away on vacation or at camp. For a game of humble and relatively recent origins, invented in 1953 ... (Full article: 1091 words)

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