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Wiffle ball league stars enjoy fast-paced game

Nick Giordano, of Albany, pitches during Hess Field Wiffle Ball League all-star game in Clifton Park on Saturday, June 15 2013.
Photographer: Kayla Galway
Nick Giordano, of Albany, pitches during Hess Field Wiffle Ball League all-star game in Clifton Park on Saturday, June 15 2013.
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You’re never too old for Wiffle ball. In fact, the Hess Field Wiffle Ball league is proving the game can get better with age, because you can afford uniform T-shirts, bases, an outfield fence and multiple balls and bats. There is even an electronic scoreboard, which league creator Chris Hess, 28, purchased for $1,200. “That was my tax return right there,” he said. “Definitely worth it.” Hess created the league in 2005 after a stroll ...

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