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The Silver Anniversary Courier Cup Team was honored at the Farmington 500 Boys & Girls Club Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony on November, 15, 2014. 

2020 Courier Cup canceled

In light of the recent COVID-19 pandemic, sadly the 2020 Courier Cup has been canceled. We hope to be back for 2021!


Rogues rally to seal first Courier Cup title

By EMILY H. WAKE (September 8, 2019)

FARMINGTON — With one Ben Douglas swing of an official yellow Wiffle Ball bat, all the pain, misery and heartache dissolved into, well, championship euphoria.



30th Courier Cup goes yard this weekend

By EMILY H. WAKE (September 6, 2019)

FARMINGTON — It’s a bit of a blur these days for Tim DiPrizio, who played his best Wiffle Ball at the Courier Cup Classic during the event’s first decade back in the 1990s.



Field set for 30th Cup

The 30th Annual Courier Cup will be played on September 7-8, 2019. Click on the link below for the full schedule and division assignments...



Heart Breakers rally to win Courier Cup

By EMILY H. WAKE (September 9, 2018)


Wes Perreault had his doubts — and rightly so. After all, it didn’t look good for his Heart Breakers when they fell behind three runs early to the Rochester Rogues in the championship game of the 29th annual Courier Cup Wiffleball Classic Sunday at the Farmington 500 Club.



Tommy K’s Wiffle Ball cup always runneth over

By MIKE WHALEY (September 6, 2018)

FARMINGTON — No one loved Wiffle Ball weekend more than Tommy Krawczyk. For him, it was Christmas in September — and if you played well enough you got a second helping of Christmas on Sunday.



FB Squad crowned 2017 Courier Cup Champions

By EMILY H. WAKE (September 10, 2017)

FARMINGTON — The FB Squad, on Tuesday, barely claimed the final spot in the 20-team Courier Club Wiffleball Classic field.



Play hard, but get a T-shirt

By EMILY H. WAKE (September 7, 2017)

FARMINGTON — John Dauphinais is all about Wiffle Ball and, thank goodness, he is also all about the T-shirts.


Operation Fly Kory Home takes off

By EMILY H. WAKE (August 20, 2017)

FARMINGTON — What started out as a half-baked idea has taken on a life of its own.


In loving memory...

In 2016, the Courier Cup lost four members of its family with the passing of John Pratt, Ron Krawczyk, Ky Goslin and Chris "Carpy" Carpenter. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the their friends and families.


John played in the tournament in the early 90's and then put a team together called the Know It Alls which was comprised of his son and friends.  John coached 3rd base in his signature Red Know It Alls shirt and blue jeans.  Sometimes he was more serious than the players themselves!

Ron has been attending the tournament annually for years as the number one fan of his son Tommy's team; the Kraw Sox.  Folks looked forward to re-connecting with Ron each year at the field.  He always had a kind word to say to everyone and reminisced about his years of volunteer service to the 500!
Ky was a coach and player of one of the charter teams in 1990, Ky's TownRunners,  which later became the Budmen.  Ky hasn't played in recent years but usually showed up on opening Saturday to share old stories with good friends and check out the wiffle ball action.
Carpy has been a long time friend of the tournament as well as long-time 500 volunteer.  Carpy umpired the tournament for many years but recently showed up with his signature lawn chair and always stood out with his more than colorful outfits! Recently, Codie Healey recalled a story where Carp was so impressed with Jayson Whitehouse's under the leg pitch that he called Codie out without the ball reaching the plate!
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