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Schaumburg Wins Game Five, Fourth FL Title
Washington's championship aspirations in a wonderful 2021 campaign fell a game short, as Schaumburg took game five by a final of 10-4 and with it, won its fourth FL title.
Washington Walks Off in Game Two
The Wild Things got a walk-off double from Nick Ward after Grant Heyman's two-run homer in the eighth that tied the game. The series is even at a game apiece.
Wild Things Round Out Regular Season With Win
Washington finished the regular season with a matchup with the ValleyCats Sunday and now turns its attention to a series with Équipe Québec that begins Tuesday in the Frontier League Playoffs.
The Northeast Belongs to the Wild Things
The Wild Things have claimed their seventh division title in franchise history and the second in three years. Playoff games are Tuesday and Wednesday at Wild Things Park for FLDS Games 1 and 2 against whoever wins the Atlantic Division.
Playoff Tickets Are On Sale Now
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Sunday's Game Postponed to Monday
Due to rain fall in the morning and early afternoon, Sunday's scheduled third game of the series at Sussex County has been postponed and will be made up as part of a doubleheader Monday at 2:05 p.m.
Washington Takes Game One Behind Four-Run Fifth
The Wild Things got a good start from Ryan Hennen, who yielded just an unearned run over five innings for his 10th win, and used a four-run fifth to pull ahead for good in the first of the twinbill Wednesday.
Équipe Québec Scores Early and Takes Middle Game
The visitors evened the series against Washington at Wild Things Park Saturday night by scoring early and not looking back. Washington brought the tying run to the plate in the ninth after entering trailing 8-0.
Wild Things Sign First Former Big League in Team History
For the first time in organization history, the Wild Things have signed a former big leaguer in Rob Whalen. Whalen debuted at 22 years old for the Braves and spent parts of three seasons in the bigs with Atlanta and Seattle.
Ryan Hennen Named FL Pitcher of the Week
For the first time this season, a Wild Things' pitcher has been selected as the league's Pitcher of the Week. Following his first career shutout and complete game Friday at Lake Erie, Ryan Hennen has been tabbed with the honor.
Lake Erie Gets Two Late to Take Nightcap
Lake Erie got two RBI from Zach Racusin in game two and a single by Connor Oliver to plate a third run in the nightcap made the difference in the one-run game.
James Meeker Headed to Brewers' Organization
For the 43rd time in franchise history, the Wild Things are sending a player to an affiliated organization, as James Meeker becomes the third Pittsburgh native this year to have his contract purchased.
Wild Things Win Finale, Earn Split
Washington won the finale of the series 8-3, answering everything Sussex County had to earn the series split and get back to 4.5 games back of the Miners for first in the Northeast.
Wild Things Sweep Series on Rainy Night
Washington scored a run in the seventh inning after answering New Jersey's early shots to sweep the series and win a ninth-straight game against the Jackals
Win Streak Ends in Opener at Tri-City
Tri-City"s Oscar Campos drove in four to help the Valleycats snap the Wild Things' six-game win streak. Washington will look to bounce back tomorrow in the middle game.
Friday's Game PPD to Friday, July 23
Friday's series opener against the Boulders has been postponed due to inclement weather and will be made up as part of a doubleheader July 23, beginning at 5:05 p.m.
Thursday's Game Postponed to August 3
Washington and Sussex County have had their series finale postponed due to inclement weather. The Wild Things will continue the road trip Friday at New York, with the opener against the Boulders.
Three Rivers Celebrity Softball Game Announced
The Washington Wild Things and the Coury Firm will present the Three Rivers Celebrity Softball Game, hosted by former Pitt All-American and NFL player Dorin Dickerson. Info and participant list available by clicking into story.
Ticket Site Undergoing Maintenance
As we prepare to return to 100% capacity, our ticketing site is unavailable to purchase tickets for Wild Things baseball games as it undergoes maintenance. Tickets are available for the 4th of July Fireworks Show.
Washington Blanks Équipe Québec to Even Series
Behind six shutout from Ryan Hennen and three scoreless from the combo of James Meeker and Zach Strecker, the Wild Things evened the series to force a Sunday rubber game at Wild Things Park.
Wild Things One-Hit Lake Erie for First Win
Behind six shutout innings and 10 strikeouts from Keven Pimentel, a wild pitch and strong relief work, Washington got in the win column for the first time in 2021 Sunday in Avon.
Wild Things Battle Late, But Drop Opener 10-9
Washington got good offensive efforts from several guys, including home runs from Trevor Casanova, Hector Roa, Grant Heyman and Joe Campagna, but a fifth-inning deficit proved just a bit too much to overcome.
Andrew Czech Signed by Washington
Infielder Andrew Czech, a two-time conference player of the year at Walsh University, has signed as the newest Wild Thing, just days before the 2021 campaign.
Exhibition Game Saturday at WTP
Tickets are free and still available for Saturday's exhibition game. If you need more than four tickets, please call the box office at 724-250-9555. You can also get tickets by clicking the headline above. The Lower Level is sold out.
Individual Game Tickets On Sale Now
Tickets for the 2021 season are on sale now. You can purchase tickets for any games throughout the 2021 season now online or by calling the box office at 724-250-9555. All group sales must be done through the ticket office.
Frontier League Hall of Fame Class of 2020-21 Announced
Washington has seen its Hall of Fame player total double with the announcement of the 2020-21 FL HOF class, announced today by the league. Washington sends SP Jared Howton, CP Jonathan Kountis and C Josh Loggins into the Hall.
Updated Schedule After Saturday's Announcement
With Saturday's announcement by the league, the schedule has been adjusted for the 2021 season, which will see the Wild Things host 51 games. The updated schedule is available by clicking this headline.
Frontier League Makes Official Announcement
Due to ongoing border closures, Ottawa and Trois-Rivières will not be playing during the 2021 season. A road team, dubbed, the Providence of Quebec will play a road schedule. Washington will now add three games to its home schedule and is set to play in a three-team division.
McKenzie Mills Signs With Washington
McKenzie Mills, who spent 2014-19 between three minor-league systems, is coming to Washington after a brief stint in the American Association in 2020.
Former Maryland Standout Signs With Wild Things
John Murphy, a right-handed pitcher that struck out 127 batters in 101.1 career collegiate innings at Maryland, has signed his first FL contract with Washington after two seasons in the USPBL.
Keven Pimentel Extended Through 2021
Keven Pimentel, who was signed prior to 2020 and pitched for the Slammin' Sammies in pod play, will be back on the mound for his first Frontier League season with Washington.
Brian Sharp Signs Completing Trade With Grizzlies
Infielder Brian Sharp was acquired last week by the Wild Things from Gateway in exchange for Clinton Hollon. Sharp played two seasons in the Mets' farm system after being drafted out of the University of Missouri.
Hector Roa Set for Return to Washington
Hector Roa, who has played with Washington since the start of 2017, is returning for 2021. Roa will play his fourth season in the Frontier League after a career-high 18 home runs and 70 RBI in 2019.
Wild Things' 2021 Schedule Announced
The Frontier League has announced its 2021 schedule, and we've got your Wild Things' schedule for you. Season tickets are on sale now for the exciting 2021 campaign. Call 724-250-9555 to get in on the fun.
Washington Acquires Sharp in Trade
The Wild Things acquired INF Brian Sharp from the Gateway Grizzlies in exchange for P Clinton Hollon. Sharp, 23, previously played in the New York Mets organization with the Columbia Fireflies and Brooklyn Cyclones.
BJ Sabol Set to Return in 2021
The 2021 roster continued to take shape today with the Wild Things announcing the return of left-handed pitcher BJ Sabol after his strong 2019 with the club.
Wild Things Announce New Field Staff
Tom Vaeth, longtime Winnipeg Goldeyes assistant, tabbed as 10th manager in Wild Things' history. Alex Boshers joins staff as pitching coach in Washington.
Wild Things Manager Gregg Langbehn Retires
Gregg Langbehn retires as 7th winningest manager in Frontier League history after four Frontier League seasons. He's the second longest tenured Wild Things manager by games managed.
Michael Austin Set to Return for 2021
Right-handed pitcher Austin will be back for the 2021 season after not playing in the summer pod in 2020. The former UMBC Retriever allowed two earned runs or fewer in 11 of final 13 2019 starts.
Jesus Balaguer Extended for the 2021 Season
Jesus Balaguer, a hard-throwing right-handed pitcher that struck out 16 batters in 8 innings for the Steel City Slammin' Sammies during pod play, is set for his fourth season with the Wild Things' organization in 2021
Infielder John Sansone Added to 2021 Roster
A Pittsburgh native, Neshannock High School and Florida State University product, infielder John Sansone has been extended through 2021. He led the 2020 summer pod with 25 RBI and hit six home runs for the Slammin' Sammies
RHP Clinton Hollon is Newest Wild Thing
Former No. 1-ranked player in the state of Kentucky during high school, second-round draft pick Clinton Hollon has signed with the Wild Things, becoming the fourth pitcher added to the Wild Things' 2021 official roster.
Can-Am 2019 Co-HR Leader Acquired by Washington
Richie Fecteau has been acquired by the Washington Wild Things in a trade with the New York Boulders. Fecteau led the Boulders in home runs and was tied for the Can-Am League lead in the category in 2019. Jake Dexter has been traded to New York.
Right Hander James Meeker Re-Signed for 2021
After two seasons with the Wild Things and not allowing a run in eight appearances for the Slammin' Sammies in pod play this past summer, former North Allegheny Tiger standout James Meeker has decided to return for 2021
Former Twins Farmhand Casanova Agrees to Deal for 2021
After an All-American season at El Camino College and an All-Big West year at Cal State Northridge, Trevor Casanova played two seasons in the Twins' farm system and now he's the latest to sign with the Wild Things for 2021
Max Tannenbaum Becomes Newest Wild Thing
After allowing just three earned runs in 10.1 innings for Baseball Brilliance during play in the 2020 four-team pod, former Babson Beaver standout reliever Max Tannenbaum is the newest Wild Things' pitcher
Joe Campagna Officially Signed by Wild Things
The 2021 Wild Things' roster has officially begun to take shape. The team announced the signing of Joe Campagna, a New Castle, PA native and member of 2020's Steel City Slammin' Sammies team in the Washington four-team pod.