Bullfrogs Sign Four from Washington

The Green Bay Bullfrogs are excited to announce the signings of Ryan Wiggins, Eric Peterson, Spencer Rogers and Adam Cimber all from the University of Washington.

Wiggins is the starting catcher as a freshman this season for the Huskies. He attended West Seattle high school and was named to the 3A All-State and 1st Team All-Metro teams last year as a senior. Wiggins was drafted in the 46th round by the Pittsburgh Pirates in the 2010 Major League Draft last June and is currently hitting .294.

Peterson is a starting infielder for the Huskies and is currently hitting .302. He spent last summer with the summer collegiate West Coast League champion Wenatchee (Wash) Apple Sox where he hit .339 with 5 HR’s, 14 doubles and 37 RBI. Peterson was a 28th round draft pick of the Kansas City Royals in the 2009 Major League Draft.

Rogers is a true freshman playing outfield for the Huskies. He attended Issaquah High School in Sammamish, Washington where he was a 3 year team MVP. Rogers hit .494 as a senior and was named the King County 4A State Player of the Year last season.

Cimber is a right handed, sophomore pitcher. He has appeared in 7 games this season with one save. Last season as a true freshman, he appeared in 31 games, starting four and earned 6 saves which was fourth best in the Pac 10. Cimber Played last summer in the West Coast League and led all pitchers in strikeouts.