It’s a formula that works. Although we scattered in the occasional weeknight game in the past, Sunday has always been the day of the week that’s been best for our wiffleball games.
Sure, Friday can be fun, fun, fun, but it hasn’t worked out that well for us.
The most successful sports league in the United States, the NFL, plays most of its games on Sunday. Most Sprint Cup NASCAR races are on Sunday, too. And almost all of the big wrestling pay-per-views have been on Sunday as far back as I can remember, except This Tuesday In Texas, which was on a Tuesday night, and it sucked. Even Survivor Series moved from Wednesday to Sunday.
Keep all that in mind. If Sunday is good enough for football, auto racing, and wrestling, it’s good enough for us.
If you typically go to church on Sunday morning, you can still play wiffleball after church. Some of our players would even go to Saturday evening mass so they could play wiffleball on Sunday afternoon. So if that’s you’re thing, you have options.
While Friday, Saturday, or Sunday might be your holy day, let’s all agree on making Sunday our holey day.
Didn’t get any wiffleballs in your Easter basket? Don’t celebrate Easter? That’s OK, we’ve got you covered. You can get the same bats and balls that we use here.