With a pitcher from Warden in the group, the Yakima Valley Pippins signed a trio of players from the University of the Pacific in Stockton, Calif., on Thursday.
The Yakima Valley Pippins officially welcomed three more players on their 2021 roster in an announcement Thursday morning.
Former Ellensburg pitcher Davis Spencer and two other Washington Huskies will join the Yakima Valley Pippins next summer, the organization announced Wednesday.
The Yakima Valley Pippins officially welcomed three more Gonzaga baseball players to the team on Friday.
Three UCLA signees will join the Yakima Valley Pippins next summer, according to a release sent out Thursday morning.
When the Yakima Valley Pippins return to the field, they’ll have several players who were set to play for them last summer before the pandemic claimed the season when it was originally scheduled to begin.
Nearly a year to the day after they saw their 2020 schedule canceled, the Yakima Valley Pippins will return to the Yakima County Stadium diamond.
For the West Coast League, the northern charge continues.
Despite being forced to go without a season this year, the West Coast League continues to grow.
A canceled season won’t stop the Yakima Valley Pippins from offering giveaways to their fans.
On the day once scheduled to open the season, the Yakima Valley Pippins announced they won’t be playing baseball in 2020.
The Yakima Valley Pippins are not only hoping to play during this delayed summer season, they’re hoping to have a place to stay.
YAKIMA, Wash. — The East Coast’s loss will be the West Coast’s gain.
The closer we get to hopefully a summer with baseball, the busier the Yakima Valley Pippins get preparing for it.
Three St. Martin’s golfers from the Yakima Valley picked up all-GNAC honors from the league’s coaches this week.
YAKIMA, Wash. — While the West Coast League is holding off on a decision about the upcoming season, the COVID-19 pandemic led one summer collegiate baseball league to scrap its 2020 campaign.
Three-time all-CBBN guard Ariel Winslow of West Valley will stay close to home, signing an NWAC letter of intent with the Yakima Valley Community College women’s basketball program.
YAKIMA, Wash. Kyle Krustangel is taking a lemons-into-lemonade approach to the coronavirus outbreak that’s ravaging the sports calendar.
The novel coronavirus had wreaked havoc on the sports calendar locally, regionally, nationally and globally.
YAKIMA, Wash. — The Yakima Valley Pippins have added two Washington State players for the 2020 season — outfielder Brady Hill and pitcher Danny Shafer.