The Padres have assigned Anthony Contreras to return to the TinCaps for his second season as the club’s manager and Burt Hooton is back for his fifth year as the team’s pitching coach. Four newcomers will join them in the dugout.
The San Diego Padres have traded Ossian native Josh VanMeter to the Cincinnati Reds as the player to be named later in a Rule 5 trade for catcher Luis Torrens.
More than 413,000 fans visited Parkview Field for TinCaps games in 2016, and Parkview Field hosted some 150,000 guests for more than 700 non-TinCaps events.
TinCaps manager Anthony Contreras joins us for our final TinCaps on the Clock this season.
The TinCaps dropped their 2016 home finale, 5-4, in 10 innings to the Great Lakes Loons (Los Angeles Dodgers) in front of a sellout crowd on Friday night.
The TinCaps allowed two runs in both the ninth and 10th innings, but they conjured up some Parkview Field magic to stun the Great Lakes Loons (Los Angeles Dodgers), 5-4, on Thursday night.
The two-year extension stretches the affiliation to 20 years, which will be the longest-lasting Minor League Baseball affiliation in San Diego’s history. Within the 16-team Midwest League, only the West Michigan Whitecaps (Detroit Tigers) have a longer partnership with their MLB club.
Growing up in Fort Wayne Zach McKinstry had been to Parkview Field many times – but never as a professional baseball player.
Cal Quantrill, San Diego’s first round pick in June, and Anderson Espinoza, San Diego’s top-ranked prospect, both pitched for the TinCaps in a 6-4 TinCaps win over the Great Lakes Loons (Los Angeles Dodgers).
Quantrill will start the series opener against the Great Lakes Loons (Los Angeles Dodgers) on Wednesday at 7:05 p.m.
The West Michigan Whitecaps (Detroit Tigers) stormed past the TinCaps, 10-2, on Monday night at Parkview Field.
Tyler Selesky joins us for TinCaps on the Clock.
Fort Wayne — which topped the Whitecaps in the first two meetings of the four-game set — can claim a series victory Monday night at Parkview Field.
Speaking to the media Saturday afternoon Preller praised the TinCaps and the city of Fort Wayne for providing players in the Padres organization a great place to learn and develop
Behind a season-high 20 hits, the TinCaps (24-38 second half, 60-72 overall) scored a season-high 15 runs and steamrolled the Whitecaps (27-33, 66-61) to win the second meeting in the four-game set and secure at least a series split.
Marcus Greene Jr. lasered a walk-off home run over the left-field wall to give the TinCaps a 2-1 victory over the West Michigan Whitecaps (Detroit Tigers) on Friday night at Parkview Field.
Thomas Dorminy was dynamite on the mound for the TinCaps but Fort Wayne’s feeble offense didn’t help out in a 2-0 loss to the Great Lakes Loons (Los Angeles Dodgers) on Thursday night at Dow Diamond.
At the tail end of a record-setting season of attendance at Parkview Field, the TinCaps have announced the schedule for the 2017 season, the 25th anniversary of pro baseball in Fort Wayne.
The offensively challenged TinCaps were no-hit for 6 2/3 innings on Wednesday night, yet somehow Fort Wayne found a way to beat the Great Lakes Loons (Los Angeles Dodgers), 2-1, at Dow Diamond.
Miller, who was drafted in the 22nd round by the Padres following his sophomore season at IPFW, will be added to the TinCaps roster by the end of the week.