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Eight year vet rises to the challenge, signs with Round Rock

It didn’t take long for Josh Wilson raise some eyebrows. After resigning with the York Revolution for a second season, the veteran infielder signed a minor league deal with the Texas Rangers' Triple-A affiliate (Round Rock Express) becoming the first Revs player to sign with a Major League franchise this season.

None of this is new for Wilson who’s entering his 19th pro season. He was drafted by the Florida Marlins in the third round of the 1999 MLB June Amateur Draft. While at Mount Lebanon HS, Wilson was named the State Player of the Year, and helped guide his team to a state championship.

 

From one bird to another, Nolan Reimold signs with LI Ducks

Birds of a feather...

All but twenty nine games of Nolan Reimold’s eight-year MLB career have been spent with the Baltimore Orioles. After being granted free agency by the O’s in November of 2016, Reimold inked a deal with the Long Island Ducks of the Independent Atlantic League.

What the Ducks are getting is an established MLB calibre player with over 13 years of professional experience under his belt.

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