by Larry LeoAugust 12, 2019
Tim Fuller-USA TODAY Sports
A family in Decatur, Illinois built a wiffle ball stadium in their backyard for a good cause...
It’s the brainchild of then-12-year-old Ethan Parker, who told his parents that he wanted to start a Wiffle Ball game to raise money for Alzheimer’s Disease.
Four years later the family is hosting 44 teams, who funnel into their tricked-out backyard in concert-style neon orange fencing and donate $20 for parking. Last year the tournament raised $15,000 and this year’s total is expected to be even higher.
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