Gibson, Moffitt, and Ponce are just the beginning. Others will follow. Coming back as a tight knit team knowing the each other’s patterns as each one grows better. Once a young team just getting to know each other. 2023 is going to look like a season of synchronize swimming. At least…that’s what we’re hoping for.
I know, we’re ankle deep in snow and Wenatchee Wild games, but I’m already dreaming of warm summer days and heading over to Paul Thomas Sr. Field for another season with the Wenatchee AppleSox. How odd was seeing an AppleSox post on Instagram with a bunch of photos of the stadium seats covered in snow. It’s like when two seasons collide!
The West Coast League announced changes to their 2021 schedule Thursday.
Wenatchee Applesox GM Allie Schenk says the new schedule will consist of the league’s U.S.-based members playing each other, and the league’s Canada-based members doing the same.
The Wenatchee Applesox is looking for host families for the upcoming season.
General Manager Allie Schank says putting up a player is a one of a kind experience and host families can be a great resource.
"These kids are in college so they are still kind of looking for the maternal/paternal figure to be around
Despite the West Coast League canceling their season, the Wenatchee Applesox had hoped to have something for the fans called Applesox Training Camp.
The team announced Tuesday that they would be able to host the event and are looking at other entertainment options for Paul Thomas Sr
The West Coast League announced Friday that the 2020 season will be canceled due to the pandemic.
The league did set June 4, 2021 as opening day for next season.
In a statement, Commissioner Rob Neyer said, "Yes, we’re heartbroken about 2020, but we’re already looking toward 2021, with Nanaimo joining the league."
Kyle Krustangel informed AppleSox management that after three seasons at the helm, he will not return to the AppleSox in 2020.
Krustangel cited the grueling calendar year between both coaching the Yakima Valley Yaks of the NWAC and then the AppleSox in the summer as the primary reason behind his decision
The Wenatchee AppleSox (14-21, 3-6 second half) dropped both games of their doubleheader with the Portland Pickles on Thursday night at Paul Thomas Sr. Stadium.
The Sox and Pickles were making up a game from their postponed June 8-10 series in Portland in addition to the regularly scheduled second game of a three-game set in Wenatchee...
From Applesox.com: Though his math was off, Yogi Berra's main message was simple and understandable: if you aren't mentally locked in, you can't hope to succeed in baseball. Physical ability is extremely important, but an unfocused athlete can only perform so well...