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Kolten Wong

Kolten Wong

AVG
.183
HR
4
RBI
27
R
25
Bio
Height/Weight: 5' 7"/185 lbs
Bat: L
Throw: R
Born: Hilo, Hawaii
College: Hawaii
Draft: 2011 1st round (22nd pick) by the
  • Baltimore Sun

    Orioles observations on Jackson Holliday and parade of No. 1 picks, Kolten Wong's fit and more vs. Pirates

    Young talent was everywhere on the field Thursday when the Orioles rallied for a 9-8 walk-off win over the Pittsburgh Pirates in a Grapefruit League game that featured four No. 1 overall picks between the two clubs. The Orioles' Jackson Holliday (2022) and Adley Rutschman (2019) joined the Pirates' Paul Skenes (2023) and Henry Davis (2021) in representing the top talent from each of their respective draft classes. Pittsburgh's half of that quartet stole the show early.

  • The Honolulu Star-Advertiser

    'Bows' Big Island boys excited for trip to play before home fans

    Feb. 28—Hilo is where the local folks call the sweet treat "ice shave, " where the first loco moco was served, and where kids learn baseball the Wong way. Hilo is where the local folks call the sweet treat "ice shave, " where the first loco moco was served, and where kids learn baseball the Wong way. It also is where a new college baseball tradition will start when Hawaii and Hawaii Hilo meet ...

  • Fastball

    Source of Frustration For Seattle Mariners' Fans Signs with Baltimore Orioles

    Source of Frustration For Seattle Mariners' Fans Signs with Baltimore Orioles Former Gold Glove winning second baseman Kolten Wong, who has played for the St. Louis Cardinals, Milwaukee Brewers, Seattle Mariners and Los Angeles Dodgers, has signed with the Baltimore Orioles. Author: Brady Farkas Publish date: Feb 28, 2024 2:17 PM EST In this story: Seattle Mariners Baltimore Orioles After signing free agent pitcher Julio Teheran on Wednesday, the Baltimore Orioles have also signed free agent infielder Kolten Wong. Per Jon Heyman of the New York Post: Orioles sign Kolten Wong The Orioles have one of the most intriguing young infields in all of baseball with Rookie of the Year Gunnar Henderson,