Austin Allen extends hit streak to 21 in TinCaps loss

TinCaps catcher Austin Allen extended the longest active hitting streak in the Midwest League to 21 games on Sunday afternoon in a 1-0 loss for Fort Wayne against the Lansing Lugnuts (Toronto Blue Jays) at Cooley Law School Stadium.

Allen, TinCaps top Cubs 4-3 in 15 innings

Catcher Austin Allen provided the go-ahead hit for the TinCaps in the top of the 15th inning — a two-out single off Dillon Maples (L, 1-1) — to plate center fielder Rod Boykin from second base.

Vilter’s blast leads TinCaps to 6-3 victory

With the victory, Fort Wayne went 6-1 at home over the last week, including taking three of four in this series, and gained four games on Lansing in the Eastern Division’s wild card race.

Comeback falls short this time for TinCaps

After consecutive walk-off wins against the Lugnuts at Parkview Field the TinCaps didn’t have enough in the tank for more downtown drama, losing 10-9 to Lansing as a late rally fell short.

TinCaps walk off for second straight day

This time it was left fielder Tyler Selesky’s RBI infield single in the bottom of the ninth that scored third baseman Carlos Belen from third for a 3-2 Fort Wayne victory.

Carlos Belen ends 15-inning game with walk-off triple

The long night finally came to a close when third baseman Carlos Belen drove in catcher Austin Allen from first base with a walk-off triple to right-center field off Daniel Young (L, 0-1). It was Fort Wayne’s first run since the fifth inning, and the game’s first run since the seventh.

TinCaps launch mobile game

The Fort Wayne TinCaps have partnered with Roanoke, IN based web design agency, Reusser Design, to launch a mobile application and game. “Go Johnny Go” is currently available for iOS devices and is the first venture into the mobile application landscape for the Fort Wayne TinCaps.

Jerry Keel shines in TinCaps win over West Michigan

Keel worked a career-long seven innings, matching the longest outing by a Fort Wayne starter this season. The southpaw surrendered just five hits and only allowed the one run, while punching out six.

TinCaps beat Beloit in series opener

Fort Wayne (10-19, 46-53) sprung out to a 4-0 lead in the top of the first against Boomer Biegalski (L, 6-5). Catcher Marcus Greene Jr., who had six hits and two homers over the previous two games, launched a grand slam to left-center field.