The TinCaps bounced back from a tough loss on Wednesday with a 10-5 win against the Beloit Snappers on Thursday night at Pohlman Field. Fort Wayne totaled 15 hits, including four from Nick Torres and three from Ruddy Giron.
TinCaps outfielder Nick Torres and starting pitcher Thomas Dorminy have been named to the Eastern Division roster for the 2015 Midwest League All-Star Game.
The home team scored three runs in the bottom of the ninth inning to steal the victory after there were two outs and no one on base.
Fort Wayne’s bid for its first four-game series sweep in five years fell short on Monday as the TinCaps lost to the Whitecaps, 7-2.
With nearly impeccable pitching and just enough offense, the TinCaps swept a doubleheader from the West Michigan Whitecaps on Sunday afternoon at Parkview Field. Fort Wayne won the front-end, 3-0, and finished off the finale, 2-1. TinCaps pitchers haven’t allowed an earned run over their last 23 innings.
For the first time since May 31, 2012, a TinCaps game at Parkview Field has been postponed. After a run of 216 consecutive games without a postponement, rain prohibited Fort Wayne and the West Michigan Whitecaps from taking the field on Saturday night. The TinCaps and Whitecaps are now set to play a doubleheader on Sunday beginning at the originally scheduled time of 1:05 p.m.
Franmil Reyes hit a walk-off home run in the bottom of the 12th as the TinCaps opened a four-game series with a 5-4 victory over West Michigan on Friday night at Parkview Field.
Kokomo native and former Ball State standout T.J. Weir talked live with WANE-TV sports director Glenn Marini before the TinCaps series opener on Friday night against West Michigan.
The TinCaps received superb pitching on Thursday night at Parkview Field, but came away with a pair of one-run losses against the Great Lakes Loons in a doubleheader. Fort Wayne fell 1-0 in the front-end and 2-1 in the finale.
TinCaps shortstop Ruddy Giron went 3-for-4 with a home run and 3 RBI in 5-2 Fort Wayne win over Great Lakes.
Felipe Blanco’s walk-off triple gave the TinCaps a 4-3 win and a sweep of a doubleheader against the Great Lakes Loons on Tuesday night at Parkview Field. Fort Wayne won the first game, 4-2.
TinCaps shortstop Ruddy Giron was named the Midwest League Player of the Week for the week of May 18-24, the league announced.
The TinCaps got off to a torrid start in the first inning with four consecutive hits, including RBI singles from center fielder Michael Gettys and third baseman Duanel Jones, But their 3-0 lead didn’t last long.
The TinCaps had their most prolific offensive day of the season on Sunday afternoon, blowing past the Lugnuts, 12-7, at Cooley Law School Stadium. Fort Wayne tied a season-high with those 12 runs, and also compiled a new season-high 20 hits, en route to the victory.
Three home runs for the Lansing Lugnuts led to Fort Wayne’s demise in a 10-1 loss at Cooley Law School Stadium on Saturday night. Ruddy Giron and Duanel Jones had three hits apiece for the TinCaps, who saw their modest two-game winning streak come to an end.
The TinCaps staved off a furious Lansing rally in the ninth inning to win its second straight game, 5-4, over the Lugnuts at Cooley Law School Stadium.
In 2014, Josh VanMeter became the first position player from Northeast Indiana in TinCaps history. This year? He’ll become the first TinCap from Northeast Indiana to be turned into a bobblehead.
The TinCaps came-from-behind and then outlasted the Lake County Captains in a 14-inning, 9-5 win at Classic Park on Thursday afternoon.
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.