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   The OCWA is celebrating its tenth year in existence in 2017. From humble beginnings in 2008, to becoming a national powerhouse, to the rebirth as a slow pitch league, this league has seen it all. Teams and players from the OCWA have expanded into the other areas of the wiffleball world, including the NWLA Tournament, Golden Stick, and Palisades WBL. Many great players have played on the legendary Bush Grapes Park over the years, and with expansion in the cards for this year, we expect to be bigger and better than ever.

 

Highlights:

2008 – League founded, first game on Monster Field.

2008 – First Annual Opening Day Tournament held, featuring a field of 4 teams.

2008 – Turner Field opens.

2009 – Bush Grapes Park opens.

2009 – First official season, 6 teams, 15 games each.

2009 – OCWA accepted into National Wiffle League Association.

2010 – League expands to 8 teams, 20 games.

2010 – Final games on Turner Field.

2011 – First OCWA Draft, league contracts to 6 teams.

2011 – Chris Roeder throws first no-hitter in league history.

2011 – First night game in league history.

2011 – OCWA wins New York State Championship against Kingston Wiffleball League.

2011 – Ryan Bush named National Hitter of the Year.

2012 – Freaky Franchise participates in London Wiffleball Tournament in Ohio.

2012 – OCWA Freaky Franchise wins Inaugural NWLA Tournament.

2012 – Freaky Franchise named Team of the Year in NWLA.

2013 – Final OCWA Draft.

2014 – HTML named Team of the Year in NWLA.

2015 – League contracts to 4 teams.

2015 – Opening Day Tournament changed to slow pitch, held in September.

2015 – Ryan Bush wins National Player of the Year.

2016 – League changes to slow pitch tournaments.

2016 – OCWA Freaky Franchise wins the 5th Annual NWLA Tournament, going 13-0.

2016 – Crazy White Pitches named Team of the Year in NWLA.

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