New West Coast League commissioner Rob Neyer announced this morning that the leading summer collegiate baseball league West of the Mississippi is partnering with Moss Adams, a leading accounting & consulting firm with deep roots in the Pacific Northwest.
“We’re thrilled to partner with such a dynamic firm as Moss Adams,” said WCL Treasurer Dan Segel. “Moss Adams is a highly successful company born right here in the Northwest with a very solid reputation and impressive presence in our footprint. We’re going to benefit greatly from their services.”
Moss Adams will act as the league’s official accounting firm beginning this upcoming season. Also, as of Monday, June 4, the West Coast League’s Player of the Week honor will be announced as the Moss Adams Player of the Week.
The league chooses a position player and pitcher each week for Player of the Week honors based on performance, and announces its selections on each Monday during the season.
Moss Adams is a fully integrated professional services firm dedicated to assisting clients with growing, managing, and protecting prosperity. With more than 2,900 professionals and staff across more than 25 locations in the West and beyond, including locations in four WCL markets (Bellingham, Portland, Wenatchee, and Yakima), Moss Adams provides the world’s most innovative companies with specialized accounting, consulting, and wealth management services to help them embrace emerging opportunity.
ABOUT THE WEST COAST LEAGUE
The West Coast League (WCL) is the premier summer collegiate baseball league west of the Mississippi. The 14-year-old, 11-team, professionally operated wood-bat league located in the beautiful Pacific Northwest showcases pro prospects from major conferences across the nation June through August. Out west, the league features an unparalleled history of memorable fan and player experiences and the best summer weather in North America. 83 players with WCL experience were selected in the MLB 2017 June draft. 271 WCL alums appeared or were active in affiliated professional baseball in 2017 including 31 in the major leagues, such as 2015 home-run leader Chris Davis (Baltimore); record-breaking rookie slugger Rhys Hoskins (Philadelphia); rising star pitchers James Paxton (Seattle) and Matt Boyd (Detroit); and outfielder Mitch Haniger (Seattle). Overall member attendance was 412,392 this past summer, an increase of 8.6% in total attendance.