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Wenatchee Applesox

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Wenatchee AppleSox
610 N. Mission Suite 204
Wenatchee, WA 98801
(509) 665-6900

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Standings

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North W L %
1 Wen 7 2 .778
2 Vic 7 3 .700
3 Yak 6 4 .600
4 PA 4 4 .500
5 Bel 1 7 .125
6 Kel 1 8 .111
South W L %
1 Por 5 1 .833
2 Cor 4 1 .800
3 Cow 5 3 .625
4 Rdg 3 4 .429
5 WW 2 3 .400
6 Ben 2 7 .222
North W L %
1 Vic 18 9 .667
2 Bel 16 11 .593
3 Wen 12 15 .444
4 Yak 11 15 .423
5 Kel 10 16 .385
6 PA 10 16 .385
South W L %
1 Cor 21 6 .778
2 WW 18 9 .667
3 Rdg 13 14 .481
4 Ben 12 15 .444
5 Cow 10 17 .370
6 Por 9 17 .346
North W L %
1 Vic 25 12 .676
2 Wen 19 17 .528
3 Bel 17 18 .486
4 Yak 17 19 .472
5 PA 14 20 .412
6 Kel 11 24 .314
South W L %
1 Cor 25 7 .781
2 WW 20 12 .625
3 Rdg 16 18 .471
4 Por 14 18 .438
5 Cow 15 20 .429
6 Ben 14 22 .389

About Wenatchee Applesox

Established

2000

Owners

Jose Oglesby

Head Coach

Kyle Krustangel

Assistant Coaches

Cash Ulrich
Tyler VonDracek
Jacob Prater

Ballpark

Paul Thomas Sr. Field
1300 Fifth Street

Capacity

1,200

Dimensions

LF- 310’
CF- 405’
RF- 310’

Facility

Paul Thomas Sr. Field at Wenatchee Community College
Paul Thomas Sr. Field sits on the campus of Wenatchee Valley College, where it is home to the AppleSox during the summer and Wenatchee Valley College Knights during the spring. The stadium has a capacity of 1,200 and includes both general admission and premium seating. The premium seats make up the lower bowl around home plate and were originally brought in from the Kingdome before its implosion in March of 2000. Prior to the 2012 season, the old Kingdome seats were replaced with brand new premium seating. The general admission seating is comprised of bleacher seats which include an alcohol-free family seating section. Fans are also welcome to bring their own lawn chairs or a blanket to the park and find a seat in the grass along both foul lines.

The seating at Paul Thomas Sr. Field is known for its intimate proximity to home plate and the infield. A signature staple of the ballpark is the famous strikeout socks that are hung from a clothesline each time an AppleSox pitcher strikes an opposing batter out.

Community

Community
Wenatchee, Washington

County Population
282,039

Must Eat
Rail Station & Ale House
McGlinn’s

Must See
Riverfront Park
Pybus Market

Watering Hole
Wenatchee Valley Brewing
Co.

Best Golf
Wenatchee Country Club
Three Lakes Golf Course

Paper
The Wenatchee World

World famous for its apples, Wenatchee has so much else to offer — like over 300 days of sunshine a year and a wonderful turn of the century downtown that serves as a vibrant arts, culture and retail center. The beautiful confluence of the Wenatchee and Columbia Rivers forms the Wenatchee Valley, a unique and diverse region that has captivated the hearts and imaginations of many. The Wenatchee Valley welcomes you to high mountains with lush forests and pristine alpine lakes hidden from the too casual viewer. Wildlife abounds along the rippling streams that feed the wild waters of the Wenatchee River, finally merging with the mighty Columbia. A fishing and hunting ground for Plateau Indians for thousands of years, the Wenatchee Valley was settled during the 1870’s by ranchers, traders and apple growers. Today, nature is at its unspoiled best beside cultivated fields and orchards heavy with fruit.