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Big Sticks sign two more players

The Badlands Big Sticks, the Exhibition League baseball team based in Dickinson, added outfielder Ryan McClendon and infielder Troy Weatherly to its roster, according to a press release Monday.

The Badlands Big Sticks, the Exhibition League baseball team based in Dickinson, added outfielder Ryan McClendon and infielder Troy Weatherly to its roster, according to a press release Monday.

McClendon, a 6-foot-6, 228 pound outfielder, is originally from Lawrenceville, Ga., and attends Albany State University. He lettered in both baseball and basketball in high school and played with the Alpharetta Braves in the Sunbelt Baseball League.

Weatherly, a 6-foot-1 Montgomery, Ala. native, will join the Big Sticks after his first season at Motlow State Community College. He previously attending Northwest Florida State College and Chattanooga State Community College.

Additionally, the Big Sticks are looking for host families to provide a home for players during the season. Host families will receive complimentary season tickets as well as discounted team merchandise and exclusive access to events.

Apply at badlandsbigsticks.com.

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More information on the Big Sticks inaugural season, which starts in May 2018, will be released in the next several weeks.

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