Play Ball – Wenatchee AppleSox 2017 Season

Play Ball – Wenatchee AppleSox 2017 Season

It’s springtime in Wenatchee and that means it’s baseball season!

This year the Wenatchee AppleSox begin their season June 2nd against the Walla Walla Sweets. The AppleSox’s first home game will be June 8th vs. the Victoria HarbourCats at Paul Thomas Sr. Stadium. First pitch will be at 7:05pm.

Fast Facts:

  • The season runs from June 2nd. to August 6th.  
  • Home games start at 7:05pm and 6:05pm on Sundays.
  • Playoffs are August 8th to August 15th.

The AppleSox are entering their 18th season and are looking to continue building on their past successes. There are now thirty players that have played for the AppleSox that have gone on to play in the pros and 8 have made it to the Big Leagues! This season the team will have three returning players as well as new players from California, Arizona, Oregon, Colorado, Montana, and Washington.

Photos from AppleSox official website. Used with permission. Credit: Gabe Mercer, Wenatchee AppleSox.

Who will be the next AppleSox player to make it to The Show?

Tickets to AppleSox Games

Home games will be at Paul Thomas Sr. Field Located at 1300 5th St. Wenatchee, WA 98801. Tickets range from 6$ for children under 12 and 7$ for adults in General Admission bleacher seats. Premium Reserved Seats are 10$ for adults and 9$ for children under 12. Premium seats are only available day of game at the gate. Groups of 25 or more can receive $1 per ticket off call the AppleSox for details. The field is located on the campus of the Wenatchee Valley College. Seating capacity is approximately 1,200.

Fun fact: The seats in the lower bowl used to be re-purposed chairs from the Kingdome! (They were replaced with premium seats in 2012)

Cant make it to the game? No worries! You can listen in all season on the AppleSox Broadcast Network. Streaming online at or listen on KCSY 93.9 FM in Wenatchee.  KBSN 1470 AM in Moses Lake also broadcasts the games. You can also stay up to date with the AppleSox on Facebook, Pintrest, Twitter and YouTube!

Baseball Camps

The AppleSox are hosting Youth Baseball Camps this year. June 12th Mini Camp all skill levels ages 6 through 11.  June 27th-29th 3 day pitching and catching.  July 11 through 13th 3 day hitting instruction. July 24th Mini Camp agens 12 through 18, and August 1st through 3rd three day all skills camp. All camps will have AppleSox players and coaches providing instruction.

More About the League

The Wenatchee AppleSox are proud members of the West Coast League. The West Coast League is a summer wood bat league for college eligible student athletes with emphasis on player development, exposure, and bettering the leagues communities Playing in the North Division along with the Bellingham Bells, Kelowna Falcons, Port Angeles Lefties, Victoria Harbourcats, and the Walla Walla Sweets.  The South Division teams are the Bend Elks, Corvallis Knights, Cowlitz Black Bears, Gresham Greywolves, and Yakima Valley Pippins. The 2017 All Star Game will be played July 18th 2017 at Yakima County Stadium.

We hope to see you at the ball park this season. Stop in and take in a ball game.  Enjoy the summer weather, have a hot dog and a cold beverage.  There is nothing better than watching a baseball game!




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  1. Brandon on May 28, 2017 at 7:02 pm

    The old Kingdome seats were ripped out of Paul Thomas Sr. Field in 2012 and replaced with new premium seats so your “fun fact” is more like an “alternative fact” at this point. Should fix that error.

    • Jonathan Phillips on June 1, 2017 at 8:00 pm

      We have fixed the error in the post. Thank you for pointing it out to us!

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