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Kings Annoucne First Player Signings of 2016

March 2, 2016

The Kenosha Kings announced the signing of six players for the 2016 season. The of four pitchers and two infielders includes Jake Falish, Ty Peccioli and Justin Stender from Marian University, Joe Dittmar (a Wichita State commit),Vinnie Hubli of UW-Parkside and David Keaton of Coe College

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The Kenosha Kings announced the signing of six players for the 2016 season. The of four pitchers and two infielders includes Jake Falish, Ty Peccioli and Justin Stender from Marian University, Joe Dittmar (a Wichita State commit),Vinnie Hubli of UW-Parkside and David Keaton of Coe College

Falish is a 6’0″ right handed pitcher currently in his freshman season and Marian University. The Gurnee, IL native helped guide his high school team to a regional championship last season.

Peccioli is a 6’4″ freshman at Marian University. Peccioli, also a native of Gurnee, IL, is a left-handed pitcher.

Stender, also a freshman at Marian University, is a 6’3″ right-handed pitcher out of Antioch, Ill.

Dittmar is a NCAA Division One commit to Wichita State University. He is currently in his senior year at Richmond Burton High School in Illinois.

Hubli is a freshman at UW-Parkside. The 5’10” infielder is a transfer from Chicago State University. In high school, Hubli was a First Team All-Southeast Conference selection, serving as team captain and was named Second Team All-Kenosha County while earning a selection to the Wisconsin Baseball Coaches Association All-Star Game. He helped Bradford win three SEC titles and make an appearance at the State Tournament.

Keaton is a 6’6″ sophomore at Coe College. Keaton hails form Lake Forest, Il.

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