Washington Wild Things


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1997 (24 years old)


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The Washington Wild Things are a professional baseball team based in the Pittsburgh suburb of Washington, Pennsylvania, in the United States. The Wild Things are a member of the East Division of the Frontier League, an independent baseball league which is not affiliated with Major League Baseball. From the 2002 season to the present, the Wild Things have played their home games at Consol Energy Park.

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Consol Energy Park is a 3,200-seat multi-purpose baseball stadium in North Franklin Township, a suburb of Washington, Pennsylvania. It hosted its first regular season baseball game on May 29, 2002, as the primary tenants of the facility, the Washington Wild Things, lost to the Canton Coyotes, 3-0. The ballpark also hosts the California University of Pennsylvania Vulcans baseball team. It is the home of the Pennsylvania Rebellion of the National Pro Fastpitch, a women's professional softball league. It also hosts Trinity High School's baseball team and the WPIAL Baseball Championships. It was briefly the home of the Pittsburgh Riverhounds soccer club (who now play at Highmark Stadium) during the 2005 and 2006 seasons. Consol Energy Park is located near Interstate 70 and is one of the only ballparks that includes a hot tub in the viewing stands. Ballpark Scholarships, Inc., a non-profit organization leases the stadium. ProGrass Synthetic Turf was installed in the Fall of 2010.

The stadium was formerly known as Falconi Field until April 12, 2007, when Consol Energy and Washington County Family Entertainment entered a naming rights partnership to rename the complex Consol Energy Park.



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