The TinCaps used timely hitting, sharp defense, and superb pitching to down the Cedar Rapids Kernels, 3-1, on Saturday night. It was the club’s seventh win in a row – that ties a season high – and 12th consecutive home victory. Fort Wayne has won 15 of its last 17 games.
The first-place TinCaps beat the Cedar Rapids Kernels, 10-4, on Friday night for their sixth consecutive win and 11th in a row at home.
The TinCaps swept the Quad Cities River Bandits for a second consecutive season with a 3-0 victory on Thursday night. Fort Wayne’s win streak at Parkview Field has now hit 10 in a row, dating back to July 17th.
The TinCaps won their fourth game in a row Wednesday, 2-0, over the Quad Cities River Bandits at Parkview Field. Fort Wayne has won nine consecutive home games and 12 of 14 overall.
Josh VanMeter returned to Parkview Field Tuesday night after spending the last four months recovering from a fractured left fibula he suffered in the second game of the season.
Fort Wayne’s incredible home streak continued at Parkview Field with an 11-inning, 4-3 walk-off victory over the Quad Cities River Bandits.
The first-place TinCaps topped the Peoria Chiefs, 4-2, on Sunday night at Dozer Park. All of Fort Wayne’s runs were unearned, including two in the top of the ninth.
The first-place TinCaps beat the Peoria Chiefs, 6-4, on Saturday night at Dozer Park. Fort Wayne overcame a 4-1 deficit after seven innings with four runs in the eighth and another in the ninth to end Peoria’s eight-game home-winning streak.
Josh VanMeter has returned to the baseball diamond as he continues to rehab from a broken fibula.
The 20-year-old from Venezuela threw out five Chiefs runners attempting to steal second base.
In the fifth, Ruddy Giron added to the advantage with a two-out, two-run home run to left field — his ninth of the season, moving him into a tie with Trae Santos for the team lead.
The TinCaps’ seven-game winning streak came to an end Wednesday night with a 5-0 loss to the Burlington Bees at Community Field. Burlington returned the favor after Fort Wayne won in shutout fashion, 4-0, on Tuesday.
The TinCaps extended their longest winning streak of the season to seven games on Tuesday night with a 4-0 victory over the Burlington Bees. Chris Huffman, T.J. Weir, and Colby Blueberg authored the team’s sixth shutout win this year.
For the third day in a row, the TinCaps walked off to beat the West Michigan Whitecaps on Sunday at Parkview Field, 3-2. Franmil Reyes singled in the bottom of the ninth inning with the bases loaded and one out to score Rey Bruguera for the win.
The win keeps the TinCaps perfect during this week’s homestand.
The TinCaps beat the West Michigan Whitecaps, 2-1, in walk-off fashion on Friday night at a sold-out Parkview Field to jump into first place in the Midwest League Eastern Division.
The TinCaps have won their first three games of their current six-game homestand.
Five runs in the seventh inning, followed by six more in the eighth easily lifted the TinCaps to their second straight win in as many nights.
Nine players on the TinCaps’ roster this year hail from the Dominican Republic, but transitioning to the states is not a walk in the park.
The TinCaps rallied twice in the game for the 6-5 win over the Dragons.