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Full Count

  • TinCaps' comeback falls short
    The TinCaps lost for the ninth time in the last 13 games, falling 8-7 to the Lake County Captains at Classic Park in Eastlake, Ohio, tonight.
  • TinCaps Notebook: Fried undergoes surgery
    Max Fried went from being on top of the world as perhaps the Padres’ best pitching prospect to now facing back-to-back lost seasons.
  • Homer-happy TinCaps silence Loons
    Fernando Perez hit two of the TinCaps' four home runs and Kyle Lloyd pitched a gem as they crushed Great Lakes 10-0 on Wednesday night at Parkview Field to win two out of three games in the series.
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For starters

Fort Wayne (15-10) looks to match its best road winning streak of the season with a victory today at Burlington (9-13). First pitch is scheduled for 12:30 p.m.

Last time out

TinCaps 6, Bees 5

On the mound

TinCaps: Max Fried (1-0), LHP – 3.79 season ERA

Bees: Ryan Crowley (2-0), LHP – 1.89 season ERA

On the air

Radio: The Fan 1380 or TheFanFortWayne.com, with coverage starting at 12:10 p.m.

News and notes

  • Left fielder Alberth Martinez looks to have bought in to the aggressive approach at the plate manager Jose Valentin has preached all season. Martinez has put together home runs in three consecutive games, including a decisive grand slam in a rubber game against Clinton and another in the opener against Burlington.
  • Crowley has been a bright spot for the sub-.500 Bees. He was the most recent Midwest League Pitcher of the Week, and the lefty could spell trouble for Fort Wayne. The TinCaps have struggled mightily with left-handed pitching in their last few outings against them, including a home loss to Clinton. Crowley has gone 19 innings this season, with 14 strikeouts and only two walks.

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