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.
TinCaps left fielder Jorge Oña singled three times on Thursday night, extending his on-base streak to 22 games, but Fort Wayne lost to the Clinton LumberKings (Seattle Mariners), 5-1, at Parkview Field.
Kennedy explains his alter ego “Jimmy” – who only appears when he makes a mistake on baseball field – sings some Sublime, and talks about what its like to get hit by a 90-mile and hour fastball.
The TinCaps used a strong pitching performance and timely offense to shut out the Clinton LumberKings (Seattle Mariners), 3-0, in the opener of a three-game series at Parkview Field on Wednesday night.
The TinCaps finished up a six-day road trip with a 2-1 loss in 12 innings to the Peoria Chiefs (St. Louis Cardinals) on Monday afternoon at Dozer Park.
The TinCaps scored twice in the top of the ninth inning to break a tie score and beat the Peoria Chiefs (St. Louis Cardinals), 5-3, on Sunday afternoon at Dozer Park.
The TinCaps’ five-game winning streak came to an end on Saturday night at Dozer Park in a 4-3 loss to the Peoria Chiefs (St. Louis Cardinals).
The TinCaps beat the Burlington Bees (Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim), 2-1, in 10 innings on Friday night at Community Field.
With a combination of strong pitching, sound defense, and timely hitting, the TinCaps beat the Burlington Bees (Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim), 5-1, on Thursday night at Community Field.
The fact that Nate Easley is a professional baseball player should come as no surprise – he’s got baseball in his blood.
Fernando Tatis Jr. hit two home runs, including a grand slam as rain poured down, in a game that was called early in the seventh because of the weather.
With the MLB All-Star Game just a day away we celebrate 25 years of professional baseball in Fort Wayne by looking back at the last time the Summit City hosted the Midwest League All-Star game in 2010.
The TinCaps jumped on the Lansing Lugnuts (Toronto Blue Jays) early and often in a 13-4 win Monday afternoon at Parkview Field.
Down 4-0 as they came to bat in the bottom of the eighth inning, the TinCaps rallied to score five runs and beat the Lansing Lugnuts (Toronto Blue Jays), 5-4, at Parkview Field on Sunday afternoon.
The TinCaps hit three home runs and outhit the Lugnuts (Toronto Blue Jays) on Saturday night, but Lansing beat Fort Wayne, 9-8.
TinCaps starting shortstop Fernando Tatis Jr. reached base four times and had two extra-base hits as Fort Wayne beat the Lansing Lugnuts (Toronto Blue Jays), 6-4, on Friday night at Parkview Field.
TinCaps starting pitcher Pedro Avila allowed just one run in seven innings of work to lead Fort Wayne to a 2-1 win over the Lake County Captains (Cleveland Indians) on Thursday night at Parkview Field.
Tatis spoke about the huge family vacations he goes on, his famous neighbors in the Dominican (including MLB All-Star Robinson Cano), and took us to his favorite spot in Fort Wayne for authentic Latin foo