Wiffle Ball at 50 NPR's Linda Wertheimer talks with David A. Mullany, whose father invented the Wiffle Ball 50 years ago. Mr. Mullany's father was inspired to develop the ball because his son had trouble throwing a curve ball.
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Wiffle Ball at 50

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Wiffle Ball at 50

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NPR's Linda Wertheimer talks with David A. Mullany, whose father invented the Wiffle Ball 50 years ago. Mr. Mullany's father was inspired to develop the ball because his son had trouble throwing a curve ball.