California High School
California University of Pennsylvania


  • *Was a four-year all-conference catcher at California High School while also starting in football and basketball. The basketball team won a section title and made three PIAA state tourney appearances.
  • Helped the Trojans win their first WPIAL (Class AA) baseball championship in 1983 and advance to the 1984 PIAA Class AA state championship game.
  • In 1983 he batted .459 (39 for 85) in 28 games with 32 runs, 45 RBI, 11 doubles, two triples four home runs, and 32 stolen bases.
  • In 1984 he batted .544 (37 for 68) in 25 games with 31 runs, 26 RBI, 10 doubles, two triples, two home runs, and 19 stolen bases. He earned All-State honors and a second consecutive all-section selection.
  • Helped the Trojans compile a 44-9 (.830) cumulative record over his junior and senior seasons.
  • He received the school’s prestigious Three-Sport Award as a senior.
  • In the Fayette County Summer League helped the Charleroi Magicians compile single-season records of 40-19 and 30-20 in 1985 and 1986, respectively. Wadsworth batted a team-high .451 (73 for 162) in 1986 with 15 home runs, 65 RBI, nine doubles, two triples and nine stolen bases.

At Cal U

  • He transferred from Robert Mossis who dropped baseball in 1985 and in 1986 batted a team-high .377 for the Vulcans and also led the team in hits (52), runs scored (36) and home runs (7). As a leadoff hitter.
  • In 1987 he moved to third in the batting lineup and hit .380 with school record 11 home runs and 56 RBI. He also led the team in hits (46), runs scored (36), doubles (5), triples (5), walks (30) and stolen bases (8).
  • He earned first-team all-conference honors for the second straight season and was the 1987 PSAC Player of the Year.
  • In 2007 Wadsworth was the ninth baseball player inducted into the school’s Athletic Hall of Fame.

Pro Ball

  • He was drafted in the 24th round by the Los Angeles Dodgers but suffered a broken collarbone a month into his professional career while playing for the Dodgers’ Sarasota Fla affiliate.
  • Following the career-ending injury he returned to Cal U and earned his bachelor’s degree in business administration and management before going on to a successful managerial career in both business and real estate.