Fort Wayne and Beloit are now set to begin their three-game series on Sunday afternoon at 3:00 p.m. (as originally scheduled for Sunday).
The TinCaps lost to the Wisconsin Timber Rattlers (Milwaukee Brewers) on Friday night, 8-7, at Neuroscience Group Field at Fox Cities Stadium.
The TinCaps lost to the Wisconsin Timber Rattlers (Milwaukee Brewers), 12-3, on Thursday night at Neuroscience Group Field at Fox Cities Stadium.
Fans can receive free Burt Hooton bobbleheads honoring the former MLB standout and current TinCaps pitching coach at the Aug. 21 (Sunday) game at Parkview Field.
The TinCaps fell to the Wisconsin Timber Rattlers (Milwuakee Brewers), 14-6, on Wednesday night at Neuroscience Group Field at Fox Cities Stadium in the opener of a three-game series.
With the score tied, 2-2, in the top of the 10th inning, Luis Arraez led off for the Kernels (15-10, 51-43) with a triple into the right-field corner against David Bednar (L, 0-1). Arraez scored on the play as the relay throw sailed into the stands behind third base. Despite taking the loss, Bednar had pitched a scoreless eighth inning and ninth, and retired one batter in the 10th before exiting.
TinCaps manager Anthony Contreras spoke live with Jessica Starbard to talk about having five of the Padres top six pitching prospects on his staff, including top-ranked prospect Anderson Espinoza.
The 18-year old from Venezuela, who was traded to the Padres from the Red Sox for All-Star pitcher Drew Pomeranz and is now ranked as the Padres No.1 prospect by Baseball America.
TinCaps catcher Marcus Greene Jr. is the latest to step in the TinCaps on the Clock hot seat.
The TinCaps (9-15 second half, 45-49 overall) trailed 7-3 at the seventh-inning stretch but scored single runs in the seventh and eighth to get within two. Down 8-5 in the ninth, the TinCaps plated a run and put runners at first and second, but the Kernels (14-10, 50-43) shut the door and have won the first two meetings of the three-game set.
Despite terrific pitching, the TinCaps fell to the Quad Cities River Bandits (Houston Astros), 2-1, on Friday night at Parkview Field.
Brad Zunica and Carlos Belen each drove in a run, but the TinCaps came up short against the Quad Cities River Bandits, 4-2, on Thursday night at Parkview Field before a crowd of 8,735 – the sixth-largest in ballpark history.
The TinCaps used a five-run explosion in the sixth inning to bury the Quad Cities River Bandits, 6-0, on Wednesday night at Parkview Field.
TinCaps pitcher and Padres prospect Austin Smith hit the WANE-TV airwaves on Wednesday with a live interview during the 6 p.m. news.
The TinCaps outlasted the West Michigan Whitecaps (Detroit Tigers), 4-3, in a 13-inning marathon on a hot Monday afternoon at Fifth Third Ballpark.
We learn more about right-handed pitcher Louis Distasio on TinCaps on the Clock.
The TinCaps scored thrice with two outs in the top of the third inning and that proved to be good enough to earn a 3-2 win over the West Michigan Whitecaps (Detroit Tigers) on Friday night at Fifth Third Bank Ballpark.
The TinCaps surrendered a seventh-inning lead, mounted a late rally but fell to the South Bend Cubs (Chicago Cubs), 5-3, on Thursday night at Parkview Field.
“Hacksaw” Jim Duggan visited Parkview Field on Thursday for “Pro Wrestling Night” at the ballpark.
The South Bend Cubs (Chicago Cubs) exploded with a burst of early offense and coasted past the TinCaps, 12-2, on Wednesday night at Parkview Field.