Angelwish Wiffle Ball Tournament

Shimmy Mehta wanted to let all of you know about this fun tournament to benefit children living with HIV/AIDS all over the world. Played at Sinatra Park!

Here is the Entry Form as well as The Rules.

angelwish-wiffle-ball-hoboken.jpgAngelwish will be hosting the 2nd Annual Angelwish WIFFLE Ball Classic tournament in Frank Sinatra Park in Hoboken, NJ (the birthplace of baseball). The current dates are as follows: April 27th, May 18th and June 22nd (all tournaments start at 9am). Dates for July, August and September are going to be announced shortly.

We have just a few spots left for April’s Tournament, so sign up soon to participate in the first of what will be an incredible series of days out on the waterfront.

Entry into the tournament is $500 per team and is a tax deductible donation towards Angelwish’s work with children living with HIV/AIDS (Tax ID# is 22-3658778). Entry fees include all required equipment, entry into the tournament bracket, and one entry into the big red bat homerun derby. Additional homerun derby entries can be purchased for $25.

You can register online at or you can fill out the attached entry form and send with a check made payable to Angelwish and send to Angelwish, PO Box 186, Rutherford, NJ 07070.

All donors will receive a confirmation letter upon receipt which will include all information for your tax purposes.

We are encouraging teams to invite (challenge) their rivalries. Let us know who you want to play and we’ll arrange the brackets accordingly. We’ve already received a few requests and it looks like some trash talking has already started. Feel free to spread the word!!!

I appreciate all of your time and effort and look forward to seeing you on the field. If there are any questions, send me an email.

Shimmy Mehta

The Power to Change a Child’s Life is In Your Hands.

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This silly tournament reminds me of the movie Baseketball with Trey Parker.

This might be dumber than the people I see playing Frisbee Football at Sinatra Park.