One of the biggest complaints I receive year in and year out is that the league is “unfair” for almost every team that isn’t named the Jammers and how we should not allow so called “super teams” to exist in the league. To this I say, "wrong".
Will this be the year the Sting or the Pirates can knock off the Jammers? Is this the year the Jammers don’t try? Could the Trappers make a run? How about those high schoolers that only managed to pull off one win last year? All these questions and more are answered below.
Let’s meet some managers! Over the next couple weeks we’ll be introducing you to the managers of the Mequon Wiffleball League. We’ll give you a little taste of what they’ve accomplished as a player and as a manager over their MWL careers. This week, we’ll begin by focusing on the Trappers’ manager, Hunter Meer.
This week we’re going to focus on the Jammers manager, Mike Boyles. Mike has been the manager of the Jammers since 2008 and has been a part of 4 championship runs with the Jammers. He made one of the biggest moves in MWL history by landing Thomas Martin right before the trade deadline in 2014. Since that move, the Jammers have won three consecutive championships, with other huge pick ups since TMart.
This week we’re focusing on one of the most under appreciated teams in the Mequon Wiffleball League. The Sting has been a rough franchise for over 5 years now, dating all the way back to the Diablos days back at Carriage Court Yards. Only recently have we seen MWL Hall of Famer Spencer Hosseini, take the reigns as manager of the franchise. Within these two seasons, the Sting (Ball Hogs in 2015) have had both a semi final appearance and a championship game appearance that both resulted in losses.
Spencer Hosseini, manager of the 2017 MWL Champion Sting team has his eyes on 2018.