Somewhere in the incredibly tiny village of Wren, Ohio there is a tournament that has been ongoing for over two decades. It’s an event that the town looks forward to every summer. It’s part of the town’s homecoming festival and as many as 1,000 spectators come out to view a game. It’s the toast of the town and has the reputation of being one of the most well-known wiffleball tournaments in the Midwest so much so that locals have dubbed it the “wiffleball capital of Ohio.” All proceeds raised by the tournament go to the local ball park association that maintains youth baseball and softball fields.
“Wiffleball Capital of Ohio”