The inaugural "Wiffle Ball at the Hollow," a fundraiser for Dayton Moore's charity, "C" You in the Major Leagues Foundation, was played Saturday in a front-yard field at the home of Joe Ungashick at 52nd and Wornall Road in Kansas City. Wiffle ball host Ungashick spent about $20,000 transforming his yard into a ballfield for this event. "If this is not an annual event, it should become one," said Denny Matthews, Royals Hall of Fame broadcaster, who was on hand for the event. Tammy Ljungblad The Kansas City Star
The inaugural "Wiffle Ball at the Hollow," a fundraiser for Dayton Moore's charity, "C" You in the Major Leagues Foundation, was played Saturday in a front-yard field at the home of Joe Ungashick at 52nd and Wornall Road in Kansas City. Wiffle ball host Ungashick spent about $20,000 transforming his yard into a ballfield for this event. "If this is not an annual event, it should become one," said Denny Matthews, Royals Hall of Fame broadcaster, who was on hand for the event. Tammy Ljungblad The Kansas City Star
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