Washington and Evansville Rubber Game Suspended Due to Inclement Weather

WASHINGTON, Pa. (June 20) – With Washington up 1-0 with one out in the bottom of the second of Thursday’s rubber game, hard rain showers came and didn’t let up, forcing the teams and umpires to suspend the contest. It will resume at a date to be determined, when Evansville returns to Washington for their second trip of the year in early August.
Cameron Baranek hit a dribbler in front of the mound to plate Hector Roa, who scored to give Washington the first run. That’s when the rain came. No stats will be counted until the game resumes.
Evansville returns to Wild Things Park in early August for a weekend series running August 9-11. The game from tonight will be resumed at the point it was suspended, with one out in the bottom of the second and runners on first and second for the Wild Things.
Washington now travels to Crestwood, Illinois for a three-game series with the Windy City ThunderBolts, which will begin tomorrow, Friday, June 21.
The Washington Wild Things are a professional baseball team in the Frontier League that plays in Washington, PA. In 2018, the team won its first East Division Championship since 2007 and came within two runs of winning the first Frontier League title in franchise history. Fans and media can stay aware of all the happenings in the Wild Things’ organization by following the team’s social media and website, washingtonwildthings.com. Season ticket packages, with new-and-improved benefits are now available by calling the box office at 724-250-9555.


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