How To Build a Wiffle Ball Field in your Backyard (With Sketch Drawings and Diagrams)

How To Make a Wiffle Ball Field in your Backyard (With Sketch Drawings and Diagrams)

Contents:
1) Layout of Wiffle Ball Field and Dimensions
2) Skinned Areas and Line Markings of a Wiffle Ball Field
3) Planning The Field
4) Clearing the Site, Setting Out Levels , Site Measurements and Drawings
5) Setting Out the Field Orientation/Centreline
6) Setting Out and Marking the Home Plate, Bases, Pitching Plate, Foul Lines and Skinned Areas
7) Stripping Turf in Skinned Areas and Filling with Clay
8) Installing the Home Plate, Pitching Plate and Marking Batters Boxes

 

Wiffle Ball Field_Layout Isometric View

Wiffle Ball is a game that is derived from baseball, basically one of the many variations of the game, sharing many rules with baseball, with a few differences here and there. The similarities and differences apply to both the game play and the field layout. A minimum of two players is required to play the game for recreational purposes, but for league tournaments, 4 to 6 players per team are often required, with 8 to 10 people being allowed on the team roster for substitutions and role switching. A six-a-side wiffle ball team has 4 fielders, one catcher and one pitcher, while a four-a-side wiffle ball team has 2 fielders, one pitcher and one catcher. Wiffle ball makes use of a lightweight plastic ball with eight oblong holes, optimized for curving when thrown in the air across the field, while baseball makes use of a hardball.

Wiffle Ball is a type of mini-baseball improvised for small and confined spaces which don’t have room for larger outfields, thus this game is commonly and particularly played in the streets, backyards and indoor sports fields. The difference between a baseball field and wiffle ball field is that: