TinCaps leftfielder Franchy Cordero shined at the plate on Wednesday evening, but it wasn’t enough to defeat the Lake County Captains, as Fort Wayne fell, 4-3.
Ruddy Giron went 6-for-6 Monday in a 9-2 TinCaps win, becoming only the second player in Fort Wayne franchise history to record six hits in a game, and the first to do so in 22 years.
Fort Wayne first baseman Trae Santos hit his fourth home run of the week and fifth of the season, but the TinCaps lost to the Bowling Green Hot Rods, 8-3, on Sunday afternoon at Bowling Green Ballpark.
Behind Thomas Dorminy’s fourth quality start of the season – and team-leading third win — the TinCaps took down the Bowling Green Hot Rods, 6-2, at Bowling Green Ballpark.
Fort Wayne homered twice Friday night at Bowling Green Ballpark, but it wasn’t enough in a 3-2 loss to the Hot Rods.
For four innings on Thursday night at Parkview Field, TinCaps starter Dinelson Lamet dazzled. The right-hander struck out eight over the first four frames, yet trouble loomed and a six-run fifth inning doomed Fort Wayne in an 8-4 loss to the Lake County Captains.
The TinCaps fell into another early deficit and came up short against the Lake County Captains, 5-2, in front of a sell-out crowd at Parkview Field.
On an unseasonably cool Tuesday night at Parkview Field, the TinCaps were shut out for the first time this season in a 5-0 loss to the Lake County Captains.
Four different Fort Wayne hitters had multi-hit nights on Monday, but the Lake County Captains prevailed, 16-5, at Parkview Field.
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.
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.
The TinCaps blasted six extra-base hits on Thursday – including two solo home runs from Michael Gettys and Franchy Cordero – but fell to the Lansing Lugnuts, 8-5, at Parkview Field.
With two outs in the bottom of the 11th inning, second baseman Ty Washington hit a walk-off single into left field to score Jonathan Reynoso and lift the Dragons to a 6-5 win over Fort Wayne on Wednesday night.
The TinCaps beat the Dayton Dragons, 4-1, Tuesday night at Fifth Third Field thanks to a home run from Franmil Reyes, outstanding pitching, and poor defense by their opponent.
Fort Wayne fell to the Dayton Dragons, 5-1, Monday night in the opening contest of a three-game series at Fifth Third Field. Left fielder Nick Torres plated the TinCaps’ only run of the night in the sixth.
The TinCaps won the finale of their three-game series at Four Winds Field, 6-3, on Sunday afternoon. The game was a pitcher’s duel for six innings before Fort Wayne prevailed in the final three frames.
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.
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.
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.
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.