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Wild Things Awarded 2020 Frontier League All Star Game

January 27, 2020 - Frontier League (FL) - Washington Wild Things News Release

WASHINGTON, Pa. - The Frontier League announced today that Washington, PA has been awarded the Frontier League's 2020 All Star Game. The All Star week celebration begins July 13 with the game being contested on Wednesday July 15.

"The Frontier League is extremely pleased to have our 2020 All Star Game in Washington, Pennsylvania," said Frontier League Commissioner, Bill Lee. "Given the addition of the new teams, it becomes imperative that the premier event of the league be first class. We selected Washington, PA and the Washington Wild Things because we know, from experience, they will create an extraordinary event."

The Frontier League and the Can-Am League announced a merger in the fall of 2019, making the Frontier League the largest independent baseball league in the country. Washington, PA was chosen as the site of that announcement. The league includes teams from Indiana, Illinois, Kentucky, Ohio, Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey, Ontario and Quebec.

"We are honored to be selected for the first-ever All Star Game of the newly expanded league," said team owner Francine Williams. "For years, the Wild Things have been the team furthest East in the Frontier League, but with the expansion, we have become the geographic center of the league. This will be the third time that Washington has hosted the All Star Celebration."

Jeff Kotula, President of The Washington County Chamber of Commerce and the Washington County Tourism Promotion Agency added, "We are delighted that Washington, Pennsylvania has been selected to host such a prestigious event. We are very proud of our community and excited to provide a world-class experience for visitors in Washington County."

More information about the All Star festivities will be issued in coming weeks. "As soon as the details are finalized, we will share them with our fans, our sponsors, and our media partners," added Williams. "I'm confident that this event will surpass everyone's expectations and will showcase Washington County as the special community it is."


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