COVID Forced Youth Sports Cancellations Inspired Local 14-Year Old To Launch The First Ever Wiffleball Tournament At A Big Time Stadium

(Disclosure: Western Wiffleball Classic was created by Rose Law Group President and Founder Jordan Rose‘s 14-year-old son, Logan Rose.)

Wiffleball Enthusiast has sights on a new venture, a competitive tournament being held at Scottsdale Stadium on Saturday, October 24th

(SCOTTSDALE, Ariz.) Fourteen year old Logan Rose is taking a famed youth sport to a new level. The young visionary is the founder of Little League Wiffleball, a competitive wiffleball league in Paradise Valley. Now less than a year later, Logan has a new target in sight, to create America’s next great wiffleball tournament—The Western Wiffleball Classic.

The success of Rose’s first accomplishment, Little League Wiffleball, has snowballed into a big time tournament in a notable stadium against competitive players.

In the midst of the 8th grade, Rose has secured the Scottsdale Stadium, spring training home of the San Francisco Giants, for the inaugural year of the tournament

Home Run Derby and playing on a major league field only scratch the surface of Rose’s aspirations for the Western Wiffleball Classic.

“I wanted to create a memorable wiffleball tournament that could just keep growing and growing,” Logan Rose said, “I hope to eventually turn this into one of the biggest tournaments in America.”

When asked what he is looking forward to most from the tournament, Logan had this to say, “I’m most excited to see people having fun but also to beat my dad in the tournament. He won a wiffleball tournament in the 90’s and I want to show him there is a new wiffleball champion in the house.”

Rose has also created an exclusive sneak peek of what is in store Saturday, October 24th.
Watch the Next Great Wiffleball Tournament for a glimpse of what is to come.

The young wiffleball enthusiast started his journey in April of 2020 with one idea—to create a competitive wiffleball league. Since then, Little League Wiffleball has grown to four teams: the Western Wolves, Pacific Panthers, Downtown Diamonds, and Costal Cougars. Rose has also experienced a rapidly growing social media presence that is gaining acclaim from new fans.

On Saturday, October 24th, 32 teams will compete to win. All ages are welcome. Each team will play 3 games and 16 of those teams will move on to the playoffs. The tournament will begin at 9am and the championship game will begin about 5:15pm. Space is limited so sign up soon at at

For sponsorship opportunities or tournament questions please contact Leslie Owen at or at (480) 577-4156.

For media inquiries please contact Jennifer Parks Sturgeon at (480) 495-3806 or by email