LITTLE FALLS, N.J. – Washington finished off a sweep with a 7-4 victory over the New Jersey Jackals in Sunday’s second game of a doubleheader at Yogi Berra Stadium, winning its sixth consecutive game against the Jackals and third in a row overall to round out the road trip.
There’s no better way to cap a perfect homestand than with a come-from-behind walk-off victory. That’s exactly what the Wild Things did Sunday night.
Washington Wild Things utilityman Joe Campagna and Schaumburg Boomers righthander Kyle Arjona have won Player and Pitcher of the Week awards, respectively, in the Frontier League, it was announced Monday afternoon. The awards are chosen by Pointstreak, the official statistical provider of th…
Wild Things' first-year manager, who can pitch batting practice both lefthanded and righthanded, had to wait a long time for his opportunity.
The Wild Things have failed in a lot of ways in the early days of this Frontier League season. Most of those shortcomings were the result of a lack of timely hitting, which was evident again Friday night.
Dark, ugly clouds swirled ominously over Wild Things Park as Washington and New Jersey took the field Tuesday night and lightning flashes illuminated the sky in the distance. So the Wild Things and Jackals did the best thing possible in the concerning situation.
An evening that appeared as if it was heading all Washington’s way started going south with one swing of Jack Barrie’s bat Saturday night at Wild Things Park.