Michel Baez threw seven scoreless innings and the TinCaps beat the Great Lakes Loons (Los Angeles Dodgers), 3-1, on Monday night at Dow Diamond. Fort Wayne has won four consecutive games, including the first three of this series.
Fernando Tatis Jr. homered and had two hits, driving in two, as the Fort Wayne TinCaps topped the Great Lakes Loons 4-3 on Sunday.
The TinCaps scored a season-high 16 runs and notched a season-high 18 hits against the West Michigan Whitecaps (Detroit Tigers) on Friday night in a 16-3 victory at Parkview Field.
The TinCaps hit back-to-back home runs for the first time since last season, but Fort Wayne lost to the West Michigan Whitecaps (Detroit Tigers), 9-7, on Thursday night at Parkview Field.
The TinCaps saw their four-game winning streak come to an end against the West Michigan Whitecaps (Detroit Tigers), 8-0, on Wednesday night.
The TinCaps used a balanced offensive attack and strong pitching performance to power past Dayton, 6-1, and complete the sweep.
In front of a sell-out crowd of 7,320, the TinCaps defeated the Dayton Dragons (Cincinnati Reds), 4-3, on a record-setting night at Parkview Field.
With one out in the bottom of the ninth inning and runners on second and third base, TinCaps catcher Marcus Greene Jr. singled to left field to knock in the game-winning run for a 3-2 Fort Wayne win over the Dayton Dragons (Cincinnati Reds) on Sunday afternoon at Parkview Field.
The Reds pitcher that was making a rehab start for the Dayton Dragon was sharp against the TinCaps on Saturday night. The righty went 4.0 innings and allowed just two hits and zero earned runs while striking out six Fort Wayne batters.
The TinCaps combined timely hitting with solid pitching to defeat the Dayton Dragons (Cincinnati Reds), 3-2, on Saturday night in front of a sellout crowd at Parkview Field.
The TinCaps nearly became only the second team this season to win a series at Fifth Third Ballpark, but it wasn’t to be as the West Michigan Whitecaps (Detroit Tigers) scored three runs in the bottom of the eighth inning to come-from-behind and win, 7-6.
DeSclafani was expected to be an anchor in Cincinnati’s rotation this season but has been sidelined since spring training with an elbow issue.
The TinCaps held a pair of leads, but eventually lost to the West Michigan Whitecaps (Detroit Tigers), 4-2, on Thursday night at Fifth Third Ballpark.
Contreras talks about his extreme appetite for ice cream, his wife and children, and first job at Jamba Juice in this week’s “Carpool Convestation.”
The TinCaps rallied from three runs down in the ninth, and then won in 11 innings, 4-3, over the West Michigan Whitecaps at Fifth Third Ballpark on Wednesday night.
The TinCaps continued their scorching-hot second half on Monday night as their pitching staff struck out 15 while allowing one run on six hits.
The franchise moved from near Memorial Colesium to downtown Fort Wayne for the 2009 season. During the changeover, they also switched the names from the Wizards to the TinCaps.
TinCaps shortstop Fernando Tatis Jr. picked up two hits and two walks, but Fort Wayne lost to the Kane County Cougars (Arizona Diamondbacks), 9-2, on Sunday afternoon at Parkview Field.
In front of a sellout crowd of 7,389, and behind a strong performance from the pitching staff, the TinCaps beat the Kane County Cougars (Arizona Diamondbacks), 3-2, on Saturday night at Parkview Field.
TinCaps starting pitcher Reggie Lawson was perfect through five innings and allowed two hits and two runs in 5 1/3 innings en route to a Fort Wayne 6-3 win against the Clinton LumberKings (Seattle Mariners) on Friday night at Parkview Field.