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Wild Things Collect 13 Hits, Defeat Windy City
Washington won the series opener behind multi-hit performances from five different players, and strong bullpen work from the pitchers

Wild Things Lose Despite Strong Effort From Their 7-8-9 Batters, Michael Austin
Washington got three hits from Brett Marr, a hit from Drew Bene and two and an RBI from Ryan Cox, as well as a quality start from Michael Austin, but dropped the rubber game 2-1 to the Boomers Sunday

One-Run Middle Game Goes to Washington
With JJ Fernandez' game-winning RBI single in the 7th, and a two-inning save from Zach Strecker, the Wild Things evened the series against the Boomers with a win Saturday night

Washington Loses Two, Two-Run Leads in Loss to Boomers
Washington led by two runs twice, but couldn't hold on, dropping the opener to the Boomers Friday to begin the second half, 8-7

Cameron Baranek Homers for 2nd Straight Night in Sunday's Loss
Cameron Baranek went 2-for-4 and homered for the fifth time this season, as the Wild Things dropped the finale and rubber game to the Boomers, 7-1 Sunday.

Gregg Langbehn Moves Into 7th on FL Managerial Wins List
With his 441st Frontier League win tonight as a manager, Gregg Langbehn passed former Wild Things' skipper John Massarelli for 7th all time on the Frontier League managerial wins list

WTs Wins Middle Game Behind Five-Run Second, Strong Austin Outing
Washington won the middle game of the series behind a five-run second and a strong performance from Michael Austin, who won his fourth game of the season

Durazo Fans Six in Three Innings of Relief in Loss
Washington fell in the series opener against the Boomers by a final of 7-2, after an early deficit was too much to climb out of. The middle game of the set is tomorrow at 7:05 p.m.

Washington Wins in 12 Innings on Fourth of July
A pitchers' duel was had in Avon, and the Wild Things came away with a victory, 2-1 to salvage a game in the series against the Crushers

See-Saw Affair Escapes from Washington
Washington fell 6-5 in the middle game despite a four-RBI night from Cody Erickson. The Wild Things look to avoid the sweep at the hands of the Crushers tomorrow

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