The War Room

Two Golden Grizzlies to Lead Generals

Two members of the Oakland University Golden Grizzlies baseball team will be looking to follow in the footsteps of former Golden Grizzly and 2016 Valley Baseball League MPV, Zach Sterry.

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Aggies Continue to Ride Back to Waynesboro

Two New Mexico State Aggies will follow the steps of many of their past and present teammates as they ride into Waynesboro this summer.

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Two Houston Arms to Bolster Generals Staff

Two members of the University of Houston Cougar’s pitching staff will be making their way to Waynesboro, Virginia this summer.

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Duo From Southern Miss Headed to Waynesboro

Gabe Montenegro and Jacob Weirich will be joining the Waynesboro Generals for the 2018 summer from the Southern Mississippi Eagles.

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Two Eagles Heading to Waynesboro

Two Florida Gulf Coast Eagles will be making their way from sunny Fort Myers, Florida to Waynesboro, Virginia this summer.

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Orzel & Ellmyer Continue Wofford Pipeline

Andrew Orzel and Matt Ellmyer are the next Wofford Terriers in line to make the trek to Waynesboro, Virginia this summer. Orzel and Ellmyer will be representing Wofford College on the Generals’ 2018 squad, as they continue the quality men Coach Todd Interdonato and staff send from Spartanburg, South Carolina to the Generals each summer.

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Knights Returning to Waynesboro

Another long-standing partner of the Generals, the University of Central Florida Knights, will be sending two key contributors from Orlando to Waynesboro for the 2018 season.

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Trio of Gaels Heading to Waynesboro; O’Shea to Return

For the fourth consecutive summer, the St. Mary’s College Gaels will be sending players across the country to Waynesboro. St. Mary’s College and Coach Valenzuela’s staff, which even features former Generals’ pitching coach, Ross Gusky, has become a loyal partner of the Waynesboro Generals.

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