Jenco Doubles Twice in Loss to Crushers Sunday
The Wild Things suffered a sweep at the hands of the Crushers, but Saige Jenco doubled twice and drove in a run in the defeat for Washington, who plays next on Wednesday versus Florence at 11:05 a.m.
Wild Things Fall in Schaumburg's Final AB
The Boomers took the opening game of the three-game series with a late sacrifice fly, and staved off a ninth-inning comeback attempt by Washington, whose skid hits four games.
Get Your Tickets Now For Opening Day!
Get your tickets now for the Washington Wild Things Opening Day presented by Beef Jerky Outlets on May 17th! Kick off the baseball season with a great night of baseball accompanied with a spectacular fireworks show!
Rookie RHP & OF Join Wild Things
The Wild Things announced today the signings of RHP Joe Jones and OF Joba Ferrell for the 2019 season. Jones was selected in the first round of this week's Frontier League Draft and Ferrell was added in the second round.
Braves' Catching Prospect Fills Void
The Wild Things announced today the signing of C Lucas Herbert for the 2019 season.
Herbert was selected by the Atlanta Braves in the second round of the 2015 draft, number 54 overall. The San Clemente, CA native was rated the 52nd best player in the June draft by Baseball America and a top 5 player at his position. During his time with Atlanta he made appearances playing for Rome (Class A) and Florida (Class A+).
INF Abrams Signs Contract with Washington
Abrams joins Washington after two seasons with the San Francisco Giants organization. His 2017 campaign was cut short due to an injury he sustained during his senior year with Sonoma State. Abrams recovered and made an impact playing in Salem-Keizer and Augusta this past year.
National Anthem Auditions Announced!
Officials at Wild Things Park will host their 18th audition for National Anthem performers. Auditions will take place at the park from 10:00 a.m. until noon on Saturday, April 27th.
Standout From San Jose Adds to Things' INF
The Wild Things announced today the signing of INF Wander Franco for the 2019 season. Franco is entering his 8th season of professional baseball after being signed by the Kansas City Royals in 2012.
Milwaukee Reliever Inks Contract with Wild Things
The Wild Things announced today the signing of RHP Roberto Delgado for the 2019 season. The 6'5 240 pound pitcher joined the Brewers organization after being selected in the 28th round of the 2017 MLB June Draft.
Rangers' Physical OF Signs with Wild Things
The Wild Things announced today the signing of outfielder Preston Scott for the 2019 season. Scott joins the Wild Things after 3 seasons with the Texas Rangers organization.
Wild Things' Promo Schedule Announced
Coming off an East Division title, back-to-back playoff appearances, and numerous Best of the Best entertainment awards, the Wild Things looks to once again provide an unmatched family entertainment experience.
Kids Eat Free Sundays Return in 2019
All children ages 12 and under are welcome to register for this free program, offering a free ticket and a free Kids Meal for all 9 Sunday games courtesy of our new partner, The Pennsylvania Cyber Charter School.
Manager Gregg Langbehn Extended Through '21
The Wild Things announced today the contract extension of manager Gregg Langbehn through the 2021 season. The extension is announced following a 2019 East Division title and Frontier League Championship appearance.
Boulders To Host 2019 All-Star Game
The Rockland Boulders will host the 2019 All-Star Game between the Can-Am League and the Frontier League on Wednesday, July 10, at Palisades Credit Union Park, presented by Good Samaritan Hospital.
Former Retriever Returns to the Diamond
The Wild Things announced today the signing of catcher Hunter Dolshun for the 2019 season.
The New York native returns to professional baseball after being limited in 2018 due to injury. Dolshun is now fully healthy and is eyed to let his bat do the talking for him.
Record Setting Catcher Returns to Washington
The Wild Things announced today the re-signing of C Kyle Pollock for his fourth season in Washington.
Pollock returns to the Frontier league after being named a East Division All-Star in 2017, and the Experienced Team starting catcher in the 2018 All-Star Game. Like RHP Zach Strecker, he is striving to become the organization's first three time All-Star this season.
Wild Things' Closer Returns for Third Season
The Wild Things announced today the re-signing of RHP Zach Strecker for his third season.
As the ninth inning guy for Washington, Strecker has posted back-to-back All-Star campaigns and has been a key part of the Wild Things' back-to-back playoff appearances.
Washington Wild Things Release 2019 Schedule
For the fourth consecutive season, the Washington Wild Things will open the season on the road, as they will begin the 2019 season at River City Thursday, May 9, the Frontier League announced Monday.