Bio: Ryberg looks to bring a spark to the Pippins as well. The former Walla Walla Sweets infielder/outfielder played 44 games in the WCL last year and has helped his Point Loma Sea Lions to the No. 3 spot in the NCWBA DII rankings.
“Super excited for Seth,” said Pippins skipper Kyle Krustangel. “A versatile player, very toolsy offensively and defensively. I try to build a club that is primarily old, so for us to have another guy that’s played a full season in the West Coast League is good experience for our nucleus.”
Ryberg was ranked the 16th-best second baseman in Washington for his 2019 class, and is hitting .313 in his sophomore year with Point Loma.