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Full Count

  • Hebner gets crack at stopping skid
    Cody Hebner will make his second start for the TinCaps at Parkview Field today.
  • TinCaps' losing streak reaches 12
    The TinCaps lost their 12th consecutive game as the Great Lakes Loons used a five-run third inning to coast to a 8-1 victory Thursday in Midland, Michigan.
  • TinCaps lose 11th straight
    The TinCaps set the franchise record for futility, and did it in with whimper, in a 3-0 loss to the Great Lakes Loons in Midland, Michigan, on Wednesday.
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TinCaps make several moves

The TinCaps announced several roster moves today: Right-hander Matt Stites placed on the disabled list retroactive to June 6. Stites, 22, is 1-0 with a 0.89 ERA in 17 relief appearances. He has converted five saves, second most on the club. It is the second trip to the disabled list this year for Stites. He was previously sidelined from May 21-May 29. Left-hander Robert Eisenbach placed on the disabled list retroactive to June 6. Eisenbach, 24, is 0-3 with a 5.09 ERA in 21 relief appearances. In 23 innings he has struck out 14 batters and walked 16.

Right-hander Chris Haney was transferred from Triple-A Tucson to Fort Wayne. Haney, 23, had no record and a 3.00 ERA in three games with Triple-A Tucson. He has also appeared in 15 games out of the bullpen for Class-A Advanced Lake Elsinore, going 1-1 with a 1.65 ERA.

Right-hander James Jones was transferred from Double-A San Antonio to Fort Wayne. Jones, 23, appeared in six games out of the Missions bullpen, going 0-1 with a 4.50 ERA. In eight innings, he struck out nine and walked four.

Outfielder Mykal Stokes transferred from Fort Wayne to Triple-A Tucson. Stokes, 22, played in four games with Fort Wayne, getting two hits in 11 at bats.

Outfielder Kyung Min-Na transferred from extended spring training to Fort Wayne. Na, 20, hit .115 in a 15-game stint with Fort Wayne earlier this season.

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