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Registration is NOW OPEN to join the 2019 MLW Battle of Boston wiffleball tournament! This year the event will be at Union Point Sports Complex in Weymouth, MA, on December 21-22, 2019. The tournament format consists of all teams playing two pool play games on Saturday and single-elimination bracket play the next day. We look forward to an amazing weekend this winter!


Date- December 21 & 22, 2019

Location- 170 Memorial Grove Ave, Weymouth, MA 02190

Fees- $100 per team

Team size- 3-4 players

Age divisions- 7-10, 11-14, 15-29, 30+

Game length- 4 innings (full rule book in tourney machine link below)




If you have any questions about the tournament, please email us at


2019 Batting Average Leaders

1.) Tommy Coughlin: .400

2.) Noah Daberko: .386

3.) Drew Davis: .384

2019 Home Run Leaders

1.) Sean Flynn: 8

1.) Drew Davis: 8

1.) Noah Daberko: 8

2019 RBI Leaders

1.) Drew Davis: 29

2.) Noah Daberko: 25

3.) Brennan Russell: 23

2019 Pitching Leaders

1.) Daniel Schultz: 0.21 ERA, 68 K, 7-0 Record

2.) Ryan Kracht: 1.06 ERA, 84 K, 9-2 Record

3.) Tommy Coughlin: 1.84 ERA, 69 K, 6-5 Record

2019 Power Rankings: As of 9/3

1.)Pacific Predators (12-3): The Predators have been dominant from start to finish this year. With Kracht on the mound and consistent contributions from the whole squad on offense, this team is seeking its first World Series appearance ever this postseason.

2.)Eastern Eagles (10-2): Daniel Schultz has had a monumental year on the mound and at the plate, and he's been enough to secure the Eagles the top spot in the NL once again.

3.)Coastal Cobras (7-5): This Cobras team proved they can battle with the Predators, and they are playing well as a team. They look to finish their regular season strong against the Magic. 

4.) Midwest Mallards (8-7): Coughlin finished the regular season with a strong outing against the Diamondbacks, and the Mallards once again are looking ready to make a playoff run.

5.) Downtown Diamondbacks (5-10): Despite their mediocre record, the Diamondbacks have an elite pitching staff, and have seen productivity from everyone in their lineup at some point this season. They have what it takes to make some noise in the NL postseason bracket.

6.)Western Wildcats (6-9): This team has seen its fair share of disappointment this season. However, they will have a great shot of redeeming themselves in the postseason if they are able to sneak as the 3-seed in the AL.

7.) Metro Magic (5-7): The Metro Magic have been surging as of late, and surprisingly have a shot at making the postseason, if they take 2 of 3 from the Cobras in their final series. Hook has settled in on the mound, and has been having great ABs as well.

8.) Great Lakes Gators (1-11): Been a tough year for this team. Szerlag has a few things to fine tune in his arsenal come this offseason. The captain may also want to look for some new prospects as well. 


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