The Fort Wayne TinCaps marketing and promotions staff earned the Midwest League's Larry MacPhail Promotional Award today.
A pair of former area high school standouts will take part in a unique experience next week.
SOUTH BEND -- As Ruben Mejia came in from the bullpen, TinCaps pitcher Joe Ross walked away from the mound, his glove off, his eyes on the turf.
Fort Wayne manager Jose Valentin talks about his team's season-ending loss to South Bend in Game 3 of the Midwest League Eastern Division Championship Series.
An offensive flurry has turned a 1-1 pitchers duel into a 6-4 shootout after six innings at Four Winds Field. South Bend holds the advantage with three innings left in the Midwest League Eastern Division Championship Series.
SOUTH BEND -- An error in the bottom of the third inning put Fort Wayne's playoff future in jeopardy at Four Winds Field. South Bend leads the TinCaps 1-0 after three innings.
SOUTH BEND -- Fort Wayne (3-1) and South Bend (3-1) play in a do-or-die game today at Four Winds Field in Game 3 of the Midwest League Eastern Division Championship Series. First pitch in South Bend is scheduled for 7:05 p.m.Here's a look ahead at the game.
SOUTH BEND – Fort Wayne needed to win two in a row against South Bend to move on to the Midwest League Championship Series.The TinCaps took the first step, and staved off elimination, with a 5-2 win against the Silver Hawks on Sunday at Four Winds Field.
Fort Wayne manager Jose Valentin talks about his team's 5-2 win against South Bend to force a decisive Game 3 in the Midwest League Eastern Division Championship Series.
SOUTH BEND – TinCaps outfielder Hunter Renfroe has been in this position before – just a few months ago, actually, with about 17,000 more fans and his college career at Mississippi State on the line.
SOUTH BEND -- Right fielder Hunter Renfroe hit a solo home run in the top of the sixth, but South Bend third baseman Brandon Drury matched it with a homer of his own in the bottom of the frame. The teams are tied 1-1 with three innings to play in a must-win game for the TinCaps.
SOUTH BEND -- Fort Wayne and South Bend are scoreless after three inning in a must-win game for the TinCaps at Four Winds Field.
Fort Wayne (72-67, 2-1 playoffs) faces a must-win game against South Bend (81-58, 3-0) today at Stanley Coveleski Regional Stadium. First pitch is scheduled for 5:05 p.m. Here's a look ahead at the second game of the Midwest League Eastern Division Championship Series.
Score two in the ninth to blunt TinCaps comeback
Four-run fourth puts TinCaps in hole
Teams trade solo home runs
Fried goes to hill in Eastern Division championship opener
TinCaps beat reporter Sean Morrison breaks down the TinCaps' best-of-three series against South Bend in the Midwest League Eastern Division Finals.
Fort Wayne manager Jose Valentin previews the TinCaps' three-game series against South Bend in the Midwest League Eastern Division Finals.
Fort Wayne starter Max Fried talks about his preparation for his Game One start against South Bend in the Midwest League Eastern Division Finals.
TinCaps starter Zach Eflin did his part in Thursday's 9-5 win against Bowling Green, which vaulted Fort Wayne into the Midwest League semifinals.His offense did, too.
Fort Wayne manager Jose Valentin talks about his team's sweep of Bowling Green in the opening round of the Midwest League playoffs.
For one of the few times since early June, the TinCaps did almost everything right in consecutive games.And for Fort Wayne, there was no better time to do it.
Fort Wayne has a 4-1 lead against Bowling Green after three innings in a must-win playoff game for the Hot Rods.
Fort Wayne put up four runs in the fifth inning and is nine outs away from advancing over Bowling Green in the Midwest League playoffs. The TinCaps lead 9-3 after six innings.
For the fourth year in a row, TinCaps head groundskeeper Keith Winter and assistant groundskeeper Andrew Burnette were chosen for the Midwest League Sports Turf Manager/Grounds Crew of the Year Award.
Fort Wayne leads Bowling Green 1-0 in the opening round of the Midwest League playoffs and will look to close the series with a win today at Parkview Field. First pitch is scheduled for 7:05 p.m. Here's a look ahead at the game.
Fort Wayne (72-67) rounded out its regular season with a win against Great Lakes (67-72) on Monday at Parkview Field. Here's a look at the game through the statistics that stuck out.
Fort Wayne manager Jose Valentin talks about his team's 11-10 win against Great Lakes on Monday at Parkview Field. The TinCaps finished the regular season 72-67 and head into a playoff series against Bowling Green on Wednesday at Bowling Green.
The TinCaps keep making contact, and the balls keep dropping in their favor at Parkview Field. Fort Wayne has a 10-6 lead over Great Lakes with three innings left in the regular season.
A two-out single from shortstop Tyler Stubblefield in the bottom of the second got Fort Wayne started, and the TinCaps haven't stopped en route to a 9-0 lead over Great Lakes after three innings.
Fort Wayne (71-67) wraps up its regular season against Great Lakes (67-71) at Parkview Field today. First pitch is scheduled for 1:05 p.m. Here's a look ahead at the game.
TinCaps manager Jose Valentin looks ahead to playoffs
Rea, pen combine for five-hitter to back a nine-hit attack
Rea cruising, TinCaps rolling
Three-run second ignites 4-0 lead
TinCaps send Colin Rea to hill vs. Loons
Early gaffes doom home nine
Smith's baserunning gets a run back
The TinCaps will light up the night skies over Parkview Field a record-tying 30 times during the 2014 season.
The TinCaps re-instated outfielder Brian Adams from the disabled list prior to Saturday's game against Great Lakes.The team also placed right-handed reliever Joe Church on the disabled list.