The Fort Wayne Flite will take the fourth seed in the CBA playoffs
It’s more bad news for Norwell grad and Oakland Athletics pitcher, Jarrod Parker. After leaving a rehab start with Triple A Nashville the 26 year old Fort Wayne native was diagnosed with a fractured elbow. Parker is rehabbing form his second Tommy John surgery.
Game 7 will be necessary. The Komets stunned the visiting Toledo Walleye Sunday night in Fort Wayne 3-2 in double-overtime to force game 7 of the ECHL best-of-seven second round series. A Mother’s Day crowd of 5,246 were sent home after witnessing the Komets third straight overtime home win.
For the second time this season, the TinCaps won in walk-off fashion as they defeated the Lansing Lugnuts, 5-4 in the bottom of the 10th inning on Saturday night turned into Sunday morning. Edwin Moreno’s suicide-squeeze bunt plated Nick Torres from third base to win the game.
Norwell grad, Jarrod Parker made his fourth rehab start, and his second with Triple A Nashville. His outing ended with the Oakland Athletics pitcher leaving the game with a serious elbow injury.
After being postponed by two weeks, Concordia Lutheran High School held a formal dedication to unveil the newly named Jack Massucci Field.
The Komets fell 3-2 Saturday night in front of 5,917 at the Huntington Center in downtown Toledo.
Will Power won the Grand Prix of Indianapolis on Saturday for his first IndyCar victory of the season, leading 65 of 82 laps on the road course at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Trailing 4-3 heading into the top of the seventh inning, the IPFW Mastodons fell victim to a 10-run Oral Roberts frame, as the Golden Eagles out-lasted the Mastodons in a 14-3 series finale at Mastodon Field.
Two Notre Dame stars were in the Summit City on Saturday signing autographs for fans at PlayBall Ink in the Glenbrook Mall.
PFW scored once in the seventh inning and twice in the eighth against Oral Roberts; however, an early 4-0 Golden Eagle early run proved too much to overcome, as ORU swept a doubleheader against the Mastodons, winning the opener 13-3 and the day finale 4-3.
In front of Parkview Field’s third sell-out crowd of the season, TinCaps pitchers struck out a season-high 13 batters en route to a 4-3 win over the Lansing Lugnuts on Friday night at Parkview Field.