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    Kernels catcher Mitch Garver hit three home runs as the TinCaps' road trip to Iowa ended Monday afternoon with an 8-1 loss at Cedar Rapids.Fort Wayne ended its six-game trip to Quad Cities and Cedar Rapids with a 4-2 record.
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    The TinCaps had their winning streak snapped at four games as they lost 4-3 at Cedar Rapids, Iowa, on tonight.
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Tickets on sale Feb. 16

With Opening Day just over two months away, fans will be able

get one step closer to to a TinCaps game when Opening Day tickets go

on sale at 9 a.m. Feb. 16.

Fans purchasing tickets between 9-11 a.m. will be treated to a complimentary breakfast in the ballpark’s suite level lounge,

courtesy of the TinCaps.

Tickets will be available .in-person or over the phone by calling 260-482-6400 from 9 a.m. to to 2 p.m. Fans can purchase tickets any time starting at 9 a.m. thatby visiting TinCaps.com.

“We look forward to this special day each year just as much as the fans do,” said TinCaps Director of Ticketing Patrick Ventura. “It’s the perfect time to get a hold of your favorite seats in the ballpark and enjoy a free breakfast while doing it. Because we’re expecting a big turnout, we encourage fans to arrive early to make sure that they are able to get their preferred seats and dates, including Opening Day.”

Opening Day at Parkview Field will be April 11, when the TinCaps play host to the Lake County Captains at 7:05 p.m.

Opening Day has sold out each of the last four years, with the 2012 crowd of 8,577 marking the largest single-game crowd in Parkview Field history.

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