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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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Grayson Traded

October 4, 2016 - Washington, PA The Washington Wild Things have traded experienced outfielder Chris Grayson to the Somerset Patriots of the Atlantic League for a player to be named later, according to officials.  Grayson provided an immediate spark to the Wild Things' roster in 2016, being plugged into the middle of the lineup and becoming a staple in center field on a daily basis. On the season, Grayson hit five home runs and stole 18 bases despite only playing 48 games in Washington. The former Texas Rangers' prospect joined the rost... Full Story

Washington Wild Things 2017 Baseball Schedule Released

October 3, 2016 - Washington, PA - The Washington Wild Things issued the 2017 baseball schedule Monday.  The 98 game Frontier League schedule finds the Wild Things hosting 48 games in Washington, including nine weekend series and five Wednesday double headers.  The Wild Things will start the season in Chicago when they face Windy City on Friday, May 12.  Washington will host those same Windy City Thunderbolts at home the following Friday, May 19th for their home opener. "We're pleased with the way our scheduled turned out this year,... Full Story

Former Wild Thing Moves to Major League

September 28, 2016 - Washington, PA- The Washington Wild Things announced that former pitcher Chris Smith has been called up to the Major League roster of the Toronto Blue Jays. The Kentucky native paved an interesting path to his professional career, playing collegiately as a two-way star at Kentucky Wesleyan. Following graduation, Smith dedicated his efforts to pitching full-time and began his journey in the Frontier League. After failed stints with Lake Erie and Traverse City, Smith made four starts in the Pecos League before joining the W... Full Story

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Washington Wild Things Minor League Baseball

League: Frontier League
Home: Washington, Pennsylvania
Class: Independent
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