The Northeast Indiana Baseball Association inducted three people into the Hall of Fame on Saturday, May 2nd.
A late lead slipped away from the TinCaps in a 5-4 loss at South Bend on Saturday night at Four Winds Field. With Fort Wayne up 4-2 in the bottom of the eighth inning, Yasiel Balaguert ripped a three-run double to right-center field that proved to be the game-winning hit.
Bishop Dwenger alum and Purdue defensive standout, Landon Feichter did not hear his name called at the 2015 NFL draft, but a shot at the big time is still a reality. The former Saint has been invited to the Cleveland Browns rookie camp.
In the opener of a three-game series at Four Winds Field, Fort Wayne fell to South Bend, 11-5. Nick Torres homered and had an RBI-single for the TinCaps in the loss.
Coleman set Indiana’s record with 2,036 yards rushing in 2014.
For the seventh year in a row in its current format Jason Baker’s Pro Football Mini Camp is teaching the game and life lessons to area middle school boys.
Behind six shutout innings from starter Thomas Dorminy and some timely hitting, the TinCaps defeated the Dayton Dragons, 5-2, in their series finale at Parkview Field.
Jameis Winston is headed to Tampa Bay as the first overall selection and Marcus Mariota goes to Tennessee at No. 2.
The Bears selected West Virginia receiver Kevin White with the seventh overall pick in the draft Thursday night, bringing cheers from fans gathered for the event in downtown Chicago.
After two starts for Class A Stockton in the California League Norwell graduate Jarrod Parker is heading to Triple-A Nashville to continue his rehab in the minors.
Kevin Kiermaier (Bishop Luers H.S.) put the Rays ahead with a two-run triple in the fourth against Michael Pineda.
In front of Parkview Field’s second sell-out crowd of the season, the TinCaps lost to the Dayton Dragons, 9-1, on Wednesday afternoon.
He’s a three-time Super Bowl champion, a successful NASCAR team owner, and a best-selling author. This morning, the legendary Joe Gibbs spoke at War Memorial Coliseum about his diverse career in sports and his faith.
Jeff Gordon will finally get a chance to lead the Indianapolis 500 field across the yard of bricks.
In his second rehab start of the summer for the Oakland Athletics’ California League team Parker threw five innings on Tuesday night against Bakersfield, striking out seven.
The TinCaps tallied 10 hits Tuesday night at Parkview Field, but lost to the Dayton Dragons, 9-1, in the opener of a three-game series.
Austin Hatch will alter his position with the men’s basketball roster by moving to a medical scholarship and becoming an undergraduate student assistant.
The TinCaps dropped the series finale against the Cubs, 7-1, on Sunday afternoon at Parkview Field.
The Santa Cruz Warriors were crowned NBA D-League Champions for the first time in franchise history after defeating the Fort Wayne Mad Ants in Game 2 of the NBA D-League Finals by a score of 109-96.
The TinCaps out-hit the Cubs on a cold Saturday evening at Parkview Field, but fell 9-2 in game two of the three game series.