And check out the field! Okay. At least they have a fence and scoreboard.
During the third inning Game 2 of the "2015 Hess Field Wiffle Ball World Series," two players worked in tandem to rob a home run from the batter when Jesse Horwedel jumped against the fence and tapped the plastic ball to Zac Longo who laid out to actually make the catch.
Not in the playbook, but still some pretty nice hops and ball spike just the same.
Horwedel and Longo's team eventually won the game to take a 2-0 lead in the HFWBWS. Game 3 of the best-of-five series is scheduled to be played at Hess Field, in Scotia, New York this Sunday.
Wiffle ball fever. Catch it.