The baseball team is coming off a disappointing season, but Donnie Marbut on Co. caught a break with the news that Jason Monda and two other players will return next season instead of sign with MLB teams.
Baseball: OF Jason Monda, RHP J.D. Leckenby and Trace Tam Sing will return to #Wazzu next season after being drafted this month.— WazzuWatch.com (@bkransford) June 18, 2013
Monda was WSU's best hitter and possibly its best pitcher last season. By deciding not to sign, he's turning down a bonus worth upwards of $250,000. Most sixth-round picks sign, so Monda's decision to return for his senior season is somewhat of a surprise. Leckenby and Trace Tam Sing's returns were lesser surprises as they should be able to boost their stocks with strong seasons.
While those three will return, Adam Nelubowich will not as he signed with the Houston Astros.
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PULLMAN, Wash. - When the South Atlantic League All-Stars take the field, Tuesday night in Lakewood, N.J., former Washington State star Derek Jones will be among the starters.
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PULLMAN, WA - One of Pullman's favorite restaurants is turning 40-years-old Tuesday and they hope the business continues to thrive for decades more.