WAUSAU — The Wisconsin Woodchucks have added three more players to its 2020 roster. Logan Savell, Cole Baker and Cael Baker will join the team from the University of Mississippi. According to the Woodchucks: Savell is a redshirt freshman from Madison, Mississippi. The right-handed pitcher saw 3.1 innings on the mound with four strikeouts this 2020 season. During his high school baseball career, Savell was a multi-year letterwinner. He helped his team to a state championship and was named a member of the All-District teams in both 2017 and 2018. He had a high school career 2.31 ERA in 84.2 innings pitched. Cole Baker is a freshman from Hoover, Alabama. He is a right-handed pitcher and posted a 0.00 ERA through 4.1 innings pitched in the 2020 season. Baker was a two-year letter winner in high school and was named a 2019 Perfect Game All-Southeast Region Honorable Mention. He finished with a 4-3 record and a 1.72 ERA as a senior in 2019. Cael Baker is a junior from Gahanna, Ohio. The infielder started 15 games in 2020, recording a .220 batting average, three doubles, four home runs, and 15 RBI. During the first week of the 2020 season, he was named the SEC Player of the Week and the Golden Spikes Award Performance of the Week. Prior to joining Ole Miss, Baker attended Wabash Valley College. He was named the 2019 NJCAA Player of the Year, top Junior College player of 2019 by Perfect Game, 2019 Junior College First-Team All-American, and the 2019 Conference, District, and Regional Player of the Year. At Wabasah Valley College, he batted .506 with 101 RBI, 25 home runs, a .596 on-base percentage, and a 1.051 slugging percentage.