The 59th annual World Championship Over-the-Line Tournament is set to begin today at Fiesta Island.
The annual bonanza of baseball, brew and boobs is expected to draw more than 60,000 spectators over two weekends, according to the Old Mission Beach Athletic Club, which organizes the event.
OTL’s infamous debauchery is generally confined to the first weekend.
The second weekend is reserved for serious baseball.
The thousands of entrants, 18 to 70 years old, play a modified form of the game, in which the objective is to hit a ball over a line about 55 feet from home plate without being caught. There is no base running.
According to OMBAC, 1,300 teams three-person teams are set to play in 10 divisions of men and women.
Because of limited nearby parking, OMBAC suggests attendees take shuttle buses from the parking lot across W. Mission Bay Drive from the Bahia Hotel, and the Linda Vista trolley station.