As the Wingnuts get ready to start the season, manager Pete Rose Jr. talked about this year's team and his expectations for the season. The Wingnuts open up their season on May 18 against the Salina Stockade. (Video by Fernando Salazar/ Kansas.com
First of a series with Wingnuts manager Pete Rose Jr. Rose talks about Ichiro Suzuki approaching Rose's father's 4,256 hits, though more than 1,000 came in Japan. (Video by Jeffrey Lutz / Wichita Eagle)
Pete Rose Jr., whose father is Major League Baseball's all-time leader in hits, is the new manager for the Wichita Wingnuts. Rose was introduced during a news conference at Lawrence-Dumont Stadium on Wednesday. (Travis Heying/The Wichita Eagle/Feb
Kansas State beat UMBC on March 18, 2018, reaching the NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 for the first time with Bruce Weber as its coach, and the Wildcats celebrated by dousing Weber with water in the locker room. Video courtesy of K-State Athletics.