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Mike Marshall Signs as Wild Things' Hitting Coach

February 25, 2016 - Washington, PA - The Washington Wild Things announced the addition of a new hitting coach for the 2016 season - former Major Leaguer Mike Marshall will join the Wild Things' staff. Marshall played all or part of 11 seasons in Major League Baseball from 1981-1991. He was a member of the 1981 and 1988 World Series Champion Los Angeles Dodgers, and he also spent time with the New York Mets, the Boston Red Sox and the California (now the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim) Angels. Marshall was named to the National League All Star... Full Story

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Wild Things Tap Gregg Langbehn as Field Manager

December 15, 2015 - Washington, PA - The Washington Wild Things have tapped Gregg Langbehn to be the manager of the 2016 squad officials announced Tuesday. "As we began our search, Langbehn stood out above all the others," said General Manager Steven Zavacky. "He comes with experience and most importantly with both knowledge and success in the Frontier League. He will be a great addition to our team." Wild Things' fans may recognize Gregg Langbehn who served as the Traverse City Beach Bums' manager. He skippered the Beach Bums from 2008 -... Full Story

Bozzuto Named Vice President of Wild Things

December 14, 2015 - Washington, PA - The Washington Wild Things have promoted Bob Bozzuto to the position of administrative vice president, reporting directly to the managing partner of the organization, Francine W. Williams. "Bob has been with the Wild Things in several key roles throughout the years," said Williams. "With the addition of his tenure as field manager for the 2014 and 2015 teams and his experience as the Athletic Director for North Allegheny, Bob is the best possible adviser to assist us as we move our sports and entertainmen... Full Story

Wild Things Announce Trade

December 10, 2015 - Washington, PA - The Washington Wild Things have traded OF CJ Beatty and RHP Tim Giel to the Sussex Miners of the Can Am League in return for outfielders Jamal Austin and Ryan Mathews as well as a player to be named later. Austin, a native of Powder Springs, Georgia, spent time with the New Jersey Jackals and the Sussex County Miners in 2015. The Right-hander tallied 30 stolen bases and 43 runs on 98 hits including eight triples and fourteen doubles in 91 games last season. Wild Things fans may remember Ryan Mathew who... Full Story

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Home: Washington, Pennsylvania
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