The TinCaps dropped their second straight game to West Michigan, 7-1, on Thursday night.
The first-place TinCaps fell to the second-place West Michigan Whitecaps, 1-0, on Wednesday night at Fifth Third Ballpark.
In an intense environment at Cooley Law School Stadium on Tuesday night, the TinCaps downed the Lansing Lugnuts, 6-4, to win the three-game series and keep its first place lead over the West Michigan Whitecaps in the Eastern Division at four games
The TinCaps topped the Lansing Lugnuts, 11-9, in their longest nine-inning game of the season on Monday night at Cooley Law School Stadium.
Fort Wayne dropped the series opener against the Lansing Lugnuts, 8-3, on Sunday afternoon, but clinched a playoff spot thanks to a Lake County loss to Dayton.
In a rain-shortened game, the TinCaps lost to the Lake County Captains, 5-4, at Parkview Field on Saturday night. The game was called following a 42-minute delay after 6 1/2 (offically, 6) innings.
The TinCaps were flummoxed by Lake County pitching and fell 1-0 at Parkview Field, snapping the team’s record 17-game home winning streak.
Behind Thomas Dorminy’s seven scoreless innings, the TinCaps shut out the Lake County Captains, 2-0. Fort Wayne extended its home winning streak to 17 on Thursday night, and can now clinch a playoff berth with a victory on Friday.
The TinCaps beat the Lansing Lugnuts, 3-2, on Wednesday night for their 16th win in a row at Parkview Field
Fort Wayne stifled the Lansing Lugnuts again on Tuesday night with a 5-3 win, tying a franchise record in the process.
The TinCaps won their 14th consecutive game at Parkview Field on Monday night, 3-2, over the Lansing Lugnuts.
The team was selected by the Field Managers of the sixteen Midwest League member clubs.
The TinCaps were unable to complete a three-game sweep of the South Bend Cubs on Sunday afternoon, dropping the series finale, 7-4, at Four Winds Field. Even with the loss, Fort Wayne has won 20 of its last 24 games.
Behind the pitching of Thomas Dorminy, Yimmi Brasoban, and Colby Blueberg, the TinCaps shut out the South Bend Cubs, 2-0, on Saturday night at Four Winds Field. Fort Wayne has taken the first two games of the series and 20 of its last 23 games overall.
A night after their franchise record-tying 10-game winning streak came to an end, the TinCaps got back in the win column on Friday with a 6-2 victory over the South Bend Cubs at Four Winds Field.
The TinCaps’ franchise record-tying 10-game winning streak ended Thursday night with a 7-4 setback against the Bowling Green Hot Rods at Bowling Green Ballpark.
The TinCaps matched a franchise record for consecutive wins Wednesday night, as they beat the Bowling Green Hot Rods, 4-1, at Bowling Green Ballpark for their 10th victory in a row.
The TinCaps won their ninth consecutive game Tuesday, 8-3, over the Bowling Green Hot Rods at Bowling Green Ballpark. The win streak is Fort Wayne’s longest since June 2013.
The City and TinCaps are encouraging families and individuals to find time to play catch, run bases in the backyard, and implement baseball activities into family gatherings.
Despite trailing by five runs entering the bottom of the ninth inning, the TinCaps came back to beat the Cedar Rapids Kernels, 7-6, in 10 innings on Sunday afternoon at Parkview Field. Fort Wayne extended its winning streak to a season-best eight games and won its 13th in a row at home in front of a sell-out crowd of 7,528 (the 20th sell-out of the year).