TinCaps defeat Captains for series split

The TinCaps salvaged a split in their four-game series against the Lake County Captains with a 7-4 win at Classic Park on a warm and muggy Monday night. With a first-pitch temperature of 86 degrees, Fort Wayne (25-17) jumped out to a 3-0 lead. The TinCaps scored one in the …

TinCaps edge Captains in series opener

In the opening match of a four-game series between the TinCaps and the Lake County Captains, Fort Wayne proved its resolve to win a one-run game, edging the Captains by a 4-3 final Friday night. Shortstop Stephen Carmon provided the necessary late-game boost for the TinCaps, driving home two runs …

Bowling Green snaps TinCaps 6-game winning streak.

The TinCaps’ season-best six-game winning streak came to an end at Parkview Field on Tuesday night, as Fort Wayne fell to the Bowling Green Hot Rods, 3-2. Fort Wayne (22-14) starter Joe Ross didn’t surrender a hit through the first three innings, but that changed in the fourth. Joey Rickard, …

TinCaps sweep Dragons

Through six innings Monday night, Dayton’s Robert Stephenson looked nearly unhittable. The 2011 first-round draft pick allowed only one unearned run and three baserunners against the TinCaps. However, the Dayton bullpen couldn’t hang on, and Fort Wayne scored a 5-4, come-from-behind win over the Dragons, earning a three-game series sweep. …

TinCaps win streak at 5 after clobbering Dragons

In a dominant offensive performance from start to finish, the Fort Wayne TinCaps defeated the Dayton Dragons Sunday afternoon at Fifth Third Field with a 13-7 win. The TinCaps have now won five straight, doing so for the first time since July 28th-August 1st, 2012. The Fort Wayne offense was …

Martinez’s 9th inning blast lifts TinCaps over Bees

Powered by Alberth Martinez’s third home run in as many games, the TinCaps beat the Burlington Bees, 6-5, on Wednesday night. It was Martinez’s double in the top of the ninth inning, however, that put the center fielder in position to score the game-winning run on Maxx Tissenbaum’s ensuing groundball …