The TinCaps opened the second half of their Midwest League schedule with a 13-inning, 4-1, win on the road over the Great Lakes Loons on Thursday night at Dow Diamond.
Two former TinCaps will suit up in this season’s SiriusXM All-Star Futures Game on Sunday, July 12, at Great American Ball Park in Cincinnati.
The Caps went into the all-star break winning four in a row and seven of their last ten to finish 32-36 overall.
Outfielder Nick Torres and Pitcher Thomas Dorminy represented the TinCaps in the 2015 Midwest League All Star Game. Playing for the East team, both Torres and Dorminy were keys in the East’s 5-0 win over the West.
Fort Wayne swept the Bowling Green Hot Rods with a 3-2 win on Sunday at Parkview Field. In his first start in the Padres organization, Brad Wieck (W, 1-0) tossed five innings and picked up the win. Edwin Moreno scored the go-ahead run in the fifth inning to break a tie and propel the TinCaps to victory.
The TinCaps beat the Bowling Green Hot Rods, 5-1, on Saturday night at Parkview Field. A sellout crowd of 7,751 saw Fort Wayne win its third consecutive game and clinch its fifth straight series victory at home.
Fort Wayne won its second straight game on Friday night, cruising past the Bowling Green Hot Rods, 5-2. Five different TinCaps drove in runs in front of 7,970 fans, the largest crowd at Parkview Field this season. It was the eighth sellout of 2015.
Bryan, Ohio native and former TinCaps pitcher, Matt Wisler made his MLB debut on Friday night starting for the Braves.
Splendid pitching led Fort Wayne to a 4-1 victory in its series finale against the West Michigan Whitecaps at Fifth Third Ballpark.
Wisler will get the start against the New York Mets, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
Fort Wayne lost its second in a row against the West Michigan Whitecaps, 5-2, on Wednesday night at Fifth Third Ballpark.
Fort Wayne starter Dinelson Lamet struck out a career-high nine Whitecaps batters in the losing effort at Fifth Third Ballpark.
The TinCaps swept a doubleheader from the Kings on Sunday, but their series finale will not be made up as Clinton doesn’t return to Parkview Field this year.
It took all day, but the TinCaps swept a doubleheader from the Clinton LumberKings at Parkview Field on Sunday. Fort Wayne won Game 1, 2-1, and prevailed in Game 2, 16-1. Both games endured rain delays.
For the second time this season, a TinCaps game at Parkview Field has been postponed. Rain prohibited Fort Wayne and the Clinton LumberKings from taking the field on Saturday night. The TinCaps and Whitecaps are now set to play a doubleheader on Sunday beginning at 2:05 p.m.
A two-run single from Franmil Reyes in the top of the seventh was the difference on Friday night at Parkview Field as the TinCaps topped Kane County 4-2 in the final contest of a three-game series.
The TinCaps went to bat with the Indianapolis Colts on Thursday night, but lost to the Kane County Cougars, 9-3.
Kicker Adam Vinatieri and long snapper Matt Overton were the center of attention in center field Thursday at Parkview Field as the duo represented the Indianapolis Colts program ‘Colts At Bat.’
On Celebrate Fort Wayne Night at Parkview Field, the TinCaps gave their home fans something extra to cheer about: a 4-2 win over the Kane County Cougars.
It almost happened again. For the second day in a row, the TinCaps were down 4-2 with two outs and no one on base in the top of the ninth inning at Wisconsin. On Sunday, Fort Wayne found a way to rally and improbably win, 5-4. On Monday night, the TinCaps found a way to score once and had the tying and go-ahead run on base, but succumbed to the Timber Rattlers, 4-3.