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Canaries Trade Rookie Rehwaldt to Washington
The Wild Things announced today that they have acquired rookie INF Josh Rehwaldt from the Sioux Falls Canaries of the American Association.

Holiday Packs Now Available!
Get ready for the cold weather with this exclusive holiday pack! A one of a kind Wild Things beanie and 4 ticket vouchers for the 2020 season - all for $20!

Fan Favorite Rashad Brown Returns for '20
The Wild Things bring back one of their own today as they see the return of outfielder Rashad Brown. The speedster manned 93 games in centerfield and stole 29 bases in Washington's return to the playoffs.

OVC Backstop Brought to Washington
Austin Peay State's Martinez Looking to Build on Breakout '19. The Wild Things continue with their roster building as they today signed C David Martinez.

2020 Season Tickets On Sale Now!
#ChaseBigThings with the 2020 Washington Wild Things! Season Tickets are on sale now! Experience the Wild Ride with a ton of benefits as a Season Ticket Holder!

Wild Things Sign RHP Jake Dexter for 2020 Season
The Wild Things announced today their first signing of the 2020 season, RHP Jake Dexter. The 6'2 200 pound athlete shined on the diamond as a two-way player for the University of Southern Maine.

2020 Schedule Announced
The Washington Wild Things have announced their schedule for the 2020 baseball season. Opening Day will be May 19th against the Quebec Capitales.

Frontier League & Can-Am League Announce Merger
Beginning with the 2020 season, five former members of the Can-Am League will merge into the Frontier League.

Zach Strecker Sets New Single-Season ERA Record in Season Finale
With a scoreless eighth, Zach Strecker set the new single-season ERA record for the Wild Things, finishing at 1.29, while Hector Roa's 18th HR set a new career high with 70 RBI for the post-season all star

Washington and Gateway Split Doubleheader in Sauget
Behind 14 hits, 15 runs and a complete game from righty Michael Austin in game one, the Wild Things won the series opener before falling in game two in Sauget, 6-4