BIG SOUTH SLUGGER JOINS WILD THINGS

The Washington Wild Things continue with their roster building as they today sign INF Jonathan White. The infielder transferred to Presbyterian College in 2018 and instantly made his presence felt. As a junior he led the Big South Conference in hitting at a .358 clip, earning First Team honors. White also finished Top 10 in […]

RECORD HOLDER VAIL RETURNING TO EVANSVILLE

The Evansville Otters have signed pitcher Tyler Vail to a contract extension for the 2020 season. Vail, the Easton, Pa. native, comes back to the Otters for what will be his fifth season overall with the franchise. Vail was with the Otters from 2015 to 2016 before signing with the Arizona Diamondbacks organization, and then […]

WILD THINGS ACQUIRE D-II RECORD BREAKER

The Washington Wild Things announced today that they have acquired rookie INF Josh Rehwaldt from the Sioux Falls Canaries of the American Association. Rehwaldt was a marked man in college during his tenure with the University of Sioux Falls Cougars. Being named a two-time All-NCIS Selection, he also broke almost every major offensive statistic in […]

OTTERS SET 2020 GAME TIMES

The Evansville Otters announced game times for the 2020 regular season schedule and home schedule at Bosse Field.  The Otters will play 48 regular season games at Bosse Field, starting with Opening Weekend May 15-17 against the Gateway Grizzlies. Game times for the regular season are as follows: Tuesday through Saturday are at 6:35 p.m. […]

POSEY WATCH CATCHER SIGNS WITH WASHINGTON

The Washington Wild Things continue with their roster building as they today signed C David Martinez. After one season at Broward College, Martinez transferred to Austin Peay State University in the Ohio Valley Conference. As a Governor he made strides annually, becoming the Opening Day starter in 2018 during his junior season. As a senior […]

TWO-TIME ALL-AMERICAN JOINS WILD THINGS

The Washington Wild Things announced today their first signing of the 2020 season, RHP Jake Dexter. The 6’2 200 pound athlete shined on the diamond as a two-way player for the University of Southern Maine. Though Dexter proved to be a meaningful contributor in the Huskies’ infield, he flashed game-changing ability out of the bullpen. […]