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Three Rivers Celebrity Softball Game pres. by The Coury Firm
The 2nd Annual Three Rivers Celebrity Softball Game, pres. by The Coury Firm landing page. The event will again be hosted by Dorin Dickerson & benefit The Heyward House. Check this story for updates.

Wild Things' Series Win Streak Snapped at 10 Sunday
Washington dropped the rubber game at Windy City and lost a series for the first time since May 17-19 with the defeat. The Wild Things are still 25-14 and 2.5 games up in the West Division.

Washington Loses Early Lead as Bolts Even Series
The ThunderBolts battled back from down 4-0 and 5-2 and scored the final five runs of the game and took the middle game of the series at Ozinga Field.

Washington Routs Windy City in Series Opener Friday
Behind 16 runs and a strong start from Sandro Cabrera, the Wild Things became the second team to 25 wins in the Frontier League this season Friday with a 16-2 victory in their meeting with Windy City, the first between the two since 2019.

Wild Things Earn Sweep of Crushers to Wrap Short Homestand
Washington won 7-4 against Lake Erie after building an early lead, as Rob Whalen earned his sixth-straight win and seventh overall behind four early runs for the Wild Things.

Washington Clinches 10th Straight Series Victory Against Lake Erie
Washington won its 10th-straight series with a middle-game victory over the Crushers Wednesday at Wild Things Park.

Scotty Dubrule's Walk-Off, Two-Run Single Provides Splash on Tuesday
After trailing 4-2 entering the bottom of the ninth, Washington fought back to take the series opener with the Crushers 5-4 on Scotty Dubrule's walk-off, two-run base hit to left center.

Consistent Schaumburg Offense Helps Boomers Salvage Finale
Washington won the series over the weekend but suffered a 13-6 loss Sunday in the finale thanks to consistent offense for the home team. The Wild Things now return home for a weekday series with Lake Erie.

Washington Walks Off in Sudden Death to Win 9th-Straight Series
Jared Mang had three hits, but the biggest one came in sudden death, as his second double of the game plated Shemar Page and lifted Washington to its ninth-straight series win Saturday in Schaumburg.

Wild Things Score Three in Fifth, Get Strong Start in Series Opening Win
Rob Whalen became the first Wild Things' pitcher to work eight innings in a start this season, earning his sixth win of the year behind a strong fifth from the offense in Schaumburg.

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