Long Island Ducks Sign Kip Wells

The Long Island Ducks signed pitcher Kip Wells, according to the Atlantic League's website.  Wells, 33, posted a 5.33 ERA, 5.3 K/9, and 5.0 BB/9 in 72.6 innings for the Reds and Nationals last year.  The Reds had re-signed Wells to a minor league deal in mid-February this year, but cut him loose in April.


9 Responses to Long Island Ducks Sign Kip Wells Leave a Reply

  1. Ferrariman 5 years ago

    how embarrassing would it be if a team called the ducks released him.

  2. aap212 5 years ago

    Elijah Dukes shouldn’t have to charge the mound against a nobody.

  3. rayking 5 years ago

    Even Dave Duncan couldn’t help him be a serviceable pitcher – Kip Wells is useless.

  4. rathman53 5 years ago

    The man made some good money for mediocre stuff.

  5. coach_coryell 5 years ago

    Elijah Ducks shouldn’t have to charge the mound against a nobody.

  6. coach_coryell 5 years ago

    Even Dave Duckan couldn’t help him be a serviceable pitcher – Kip Wells is useless.

  7. coach_coryell 5 years ago

    He’s not all he’s quacked up to be.

  8. JST1331 5 years ago

    Just an overpaid player.

  9. I wouldnt take the 20 minute drive or pay the $5 to see him pitch. he is garbage

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