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Langbehn Set to Return to Wild Things

February 14, 2017 - WASHINGTON, PA-The Washington Wild Things announce today that they have signed field manager Gregg Langbehn to a contract extension through the 2019 season.   The Wisconsin native was tapped as Washington's manager prior to the 2016 season, following a two year stint with the Cleveland Indian's Major League staff.    Langbehn previously managed the Traverse City Beach Bums of the Frontier League from 2008-2013, and he won the 2012 Roger Hanners' Manager of the Year Award.   "The organization is very happy to ... Full Story

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Wild Things Sign Pitcher

January 12, 2017 - WASHINGTON, PA - The Washington Wild Things added another relief pitcher to the 2017 roster. RHP Davis Adkins joins Washington after a star-studded career at Georgia Gwinnett College and professional experience with the Florence Freedom.   Adkins, a 6'2 Georgia native, attended Georgia Gwinnett College for two years and was a driving force toward their record-breaking seasons and eventual NAIA World Series appearance. During his collegiate career, Adkins posted an overall 19-1 record while also earning seven saves over... Full Story

Wild Things Ink Tallest Professional Player

December 19, 2016 - The Washington Wild Things announced Monday they have signed the tallest player in professional baseball!  Cole Way, a left-handed reliever, is 6' 11' tall.  He was selected by the Kansas City Royals in the 38th round and spent three seasons with the 2015 World Series Champions.  Way, an Oklahoma native, has had a very unique path to professional baseball. Like most, Cole was a standout athlete in high school where he played multiple sports at a high level. He attended the University of Tulsa on a football scholarshi... Full Story

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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