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.
A New Jersey native and Syracuse University graduate, Nolan was live on WANE-TV at 6 p.m. on Tuesday to talk about his path as the man behind the mic at Parkview Field
A set-up man for the Baltimore Orioles, Brach was selected to the American League All-Star team on Tuesday evening.
Jhonatan Peña hammered a solo home run and ripped a two-RBI double to propel the TinCaps past the South Bend Cubs (Chicago Cubs), 3-1, on Tuesday night at Parkview Field.
In front of 9,026 fans-the third-largest crowd in Parkview Field history-Fort Wayne (5-7, 41-41) tallied a trio of two-run innings to knock off division-leading South Bend (9-3, 50-31).
This week we learn more about TinCaps pitcher Blake Rogers.
Fort Wayne (4-7, 40-41) starter Thomas Dorminy (L, 1-2) held the Captains off the board for six innings before encountering trouble in the fateful seventh.
For a second consecutive night on Saturday, the TinCaps saw a 2-1 lead vaporized in the ninth in a 3-2 walk-off loss to the Lake County Captains (Cleveland Indians) at Classic Park.
The TinCaps (4-5, 40-39) led 2-1 because of a Zunica two-run homer in the seventh. The 20-year-old launched his team-leading ninth home run of the season over the wall in right to bring in third baseman Carlos Belen, who had singled.
The TinCaps carried a lead into the eighth inning and rallied in the ninth, only to fall to the Dayton Dragons (Cincinnati Reds), 4-2, on Thursday night at Parkview Field in front of a season-high crowd of 8,458.
Peter Van Gansen walks with the bases loaded in the bottom of the 9th to score the winning run.
Fort Wayne mustered just four hits, as Dragons starter Jacob Constante (W, 3-7) tossed six shutout innings, and reliever Jesus Reyes (S, 1) followed with three hitless frames.
Following last week’s All-Star Break, Peña, a 22-year old from the Dominican Republic, began the season’s second half with a bang and homered in each of the first four games (Thursday-Sunday). He’s the first player in TinCaps history to do so.
For a fourth consecutive game, Jhonatan Peña hit a home run for the TinCaps on Sunday at Bowling Green Ballpark. But for the first time since the All-Star break, Fort Wayne fell to the Bowling Green Hot Rods, 8-5.
This week’s TinCaps on the Clock features pitcher and resident math nerd, Nick Monroe.
With four home runs — their most in a game since 2014 — the TinCaps beat the Bowling Green Hot Rods (Tampa Bay Rays), 9-2, on Saturday night at Bowling Green Ballpark.
Fort Wayne’s offense erupted with a season-high seven runs in the fifth inning, fueled by three home runs.
The TinCaps opened up the second half of their season with a 4-0 win over the Bowling Green Hot Rods (Tampa Bay Rays) on Thursday night at Bowling Green Ballpark. The game was called during the top of the seventh after a tornado warning and a thunderstorm encroached on southcentral Kentucky.
Smith, who’s from Fort Wayne and attended Notre Dame, will sign autographs for fans before the game from 5:40-6:40 and then throw out a ceremonial first pitch.
The Eastern All-Stars rallied with four runs in the top of the ninth to earn a 11-10 comeback win Tuesday night in Cedar Rapids.