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Wild Things Sign Gammon

November 29, 2016 -  Washington, PA (November 28, 2016) -- The Washington have signed RHP Chris Gammon to the 2017 squad. The submarine-reliever hopes to join the Wild Things' bullpen following a successful career at Georgia College and a professional stint with the Garden City Wind. Gammon transferred to Georgia College after spending two seasons with perennial powerhouse Chandler-Gilbert Community College, and his impact was felt immediately. In 2015, Gammon shined with an impressive 1.89 ERA, striking out 41 batters in 44 innings of wor... Full Story

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David Popkins Heads to Rockland

November 7, 2016 - Washington, PA- The Washington Wild Things announced Monday that OF David Popkins has been traded to the Rockland Boulders in exchange for OF Quinnton Mack and RHP Joe Ravert.  "It has truly been a pleasure to be a part of the Washington Wild Things. I want to thank the fans for all the support. I would also like to thank our incredible coaching staff and the Wild Things' organization. I wish them the best of luck going forward. Go Thangs!" David Popkins wrote in a statement.  Popkins has been a staple in the Wild T... Full Story

Wild Things Sign Byrd

November 4, 2016 - Washington, PA -The Washington Wild Things recently acquired INF Leon Byrd from the Texas AirHogs to complete a prior trade from June 10th. The 2017 baseball season will be Byrd's 3rd year of professional baseball, and the Houston native is looking forward to the challenge.  Byrd played his college campaign at storied Rice University from 2013-2015. The Texas Rangers selected Leon in the 10th round of the MLB First-Year Player Draft following his strong junior year. The middle infielder signed his first professional con... Full Story

Wild Things Sign Pitcher

October 19, 2016 - Washington, PA - The Washington Wild Things announced their first signing of the 2017 season Wednesday.    LHP Vince Apicella began his college career at Coastal Carolina, home of many former Wild Things. He sparked his career in 2014, however, when he transferred to Carson-Newman.  Over his next three seasons with the Eagles, Apicella made 37 starts and pitched 14 complete games. The Dillsburg, PA native has successfully posted over one strikeout per inning since 2014, and he became one of the most dominant pitcher... Full Story

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Home: Washington, Pennsylvania
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