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All-Star Outfielder Returns for 4th Season
The Wild Things continue with their roster construction with the announcement of re-signing 2019 Frontier League All-Star outfielder Hector Roa.

Texas League Record Holder Signs with Washington
The Wild Things announce the signing of experienced INF Randy Cesar. While playing for the Corpus Christ Hooks in the Texas League, Cesar made history and broke a 49 year record, hitting in 42 consecutive games.

Sidewinding Strikeout Leader Re-Signs
The Wild Things continue with their roster construction with the announcement of re-signing left handed reliever BJ Sabol.

NCAA National Champion Added to Washington
The Wild Things continue with their roster building as they sign INF Nick DeTringo. A vital piece of the University of Tampa's World Series victory in 2019, DeTringo signed on with the Ottawa Champions to begin his professional career.

League Leading Catcher Returns to Washington
The Wild Things continue with their roster construction with the re-signing of starting catcher Cody Erickson. Defensively, his remarkable 43% caught stealing rate ranked 2nd best in the Frontier League.

Strecker Leads Group of Wild Things Returners
The Wild Things announced today the resigning of 12 players from the 2019 roster for the upcoming season.

Wild Things Acquire Miners Versatile INF
The Wild Things announced today that they have finalized a trade with the Sussex County Miners. Experienced infielder Jarred Mederos was acquired in return for outfielder Blake Adams.

Big South Slugger Signs with Washington
The Wild Things continue with their roster building as they today sign INF Jonathan White. The conference leading INF continues chasing dream.

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.

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.

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