TinCaps lead all of Minor League Baseball with 55 errors this season.
TinCaps second baseman Josh VanMeter talks about Wednesday’s 15-4 home loss to Great Lakes and what the team is doing to stop the errors that have hurt it so far this season. Fort Wayne committed six errors in the loss and lead Minor League Baseball with 55.
TinCaps manager Michael Collins talks about Wednesday’s 15-4 home loss to Great Lakes and the errors his team has made this season. Fort Wayne committed six errors in the loss and lead Minor League Baseball with 55.
TinCaps commit six errors in 15-4 loss to Great Lakes on Wednesday at Parkview Field.
Franmil Reyes went 4 for 5 with a home run in a 7-6, 10-inning victory over Great Lakes on Tuesday. He tripled leading off the 10th and scored the winning run.
After starter Payton Baskette lasted 4 2/3 innings, the TinCaps' bullpen provided brilliant relief that made a 7-6, 10-inning victory over Great Lakes possible on Tuesday night.
Jake Bauers went 2 for 3 with a two-run triple and stole a base in Monday's 7-3 loss to Great Lakes at Parkview Field.
Over the past two days, the Tincaps and Padres have made some changes in the Tincaps' roster, exchanging two right-handers and two first basemen.
The TinCaps avoided being swept in a four-game road series for the first time in five years with a 2-1, 11-inning victory over Great Lakes at Dow Diamond in Midland, Mich.
Mallex Smith and his manager Michael Collins talk a lot about Smith playing “his game.”
TinCaps center fielder Mallex Smith was a homer shy of hitting for the cycle in Saturday's 15-10 victory over Peoria.
Behind a relentless offense, the TinCaps beat Peoria 15-10 on Saturday evening for a three-game sweep before 4,627 fans at Parkview Field.
TinCaps catcher Dane Phillips had a two-run single and a sac fly in Friday's 9-4 win over Peoria.
Shoddy fielding by Peoria helped the TinCaps to an early lead on Friday night and they went on to earn a 9-4 victory, their second straight over the Chiefs.
When Michael Collins met with pitching coach Burt Hooton at Parkview Field Thursday afternoon, the TinCaps manager went over one scenario after another, not fearing, but at least preparing for, the worst.
Dustin Peterson produced the game-winning hit in the TinCaps' 6-5 victory over Peoria on April 17.
FORT WAYNE – The TinCaps produced more late-inning drama on Thursday night at Parkview Field. This time, though, it worked in their favor in a 6-5 win over Peoria.
TinCaps manager Michael Collins talks about Wednesday’s 7-5, 18-inning loss to Burlington at Parkview Field.
TinCaps manager Michael Collins would be aggressive again in extra innings against Burlington ... Fort Wayne franchise has new record for longest game ... TinCaps still have pitchers even after 18-inning loss.
The TinCaps lost 7-5 to Burlingtion in 18 innings Wednesday at Parkview Field.
Reyes, Perez form potent 1-2 punch
Bats come alive in 13-3 victory
Pitching matchups, roster moves for TinCaps-Burlington
Right-handed pitcher Coby Cowgill was called up to the TinCaps from extended spring training, the team announced.
De Horta's solid start a ray of hope for TinCaps
Bees win 4-2 in snowy Parkview Field
TinCaps open three-game set against Burlington
Norwell graduate Josh VanMeter scored the tying run in the ninth and scored the go-ahead run in the 11th as the TinCaps scored evened the series with the LumberKings with a 6-4 rally in Clinton, Iowa, on Saturday.
The TinCaps were limited to six hits in a 7-1 loss to the Clinton LumberKings on Friday in Clinton, Iowa.
The TinCaps fell too far behind Kane County on Thursday to complete a second comeback in Geneva, Ill., as they lost 7-5.
Right-handed pitcher Cory Bostjancic was transferred from extended spring training to the TinCaps, the team announced before its afternoon game at Kane County in Geneva, Ill.
This time, the comeback came all the way back.A day after rallying from three runs down only to lose in 12 innings, the TinCaps made the rally stick Wednesday, coming from two runs adrift in the eighth to beat Kane County 7-4 in 10 innings in Geneva, Ill.
The success of the TinCaps continues on the field -- in major league baseball stadiums -- as two more former TinCaps players arrived in The Show last week.
Despite loss, bullpen continues to shine for TinCaps
Two more big innings carry day in 10-5 victory
Pitching matchups for TinCaps-Loons, Act IV
Score 12 runs in fifth and sixth in 13-4 victory
Pitching matchups for TinCaps-Great Lakes, Game 3
Former Norwell star Josh VanMeter and the TinCaps bounced back from a tough opener a day earlier with a 5-2 win over the Great Lakes Loons in front of 2,160 fans at Parkview Field on Friday.
The season opener didn’t go too well for the TinCaps, falling to the Great Lakes Loons 9-0 in front of 4,447 fans Thursday at Parkview Field.
Pitching matchups, other stuff as TinCaps kick off 2014
TinCaps manager Michael Collins talks about Thursday’s season opener at Parkview Field against Great Lakes, the expectations for the season and the keys for success in the first home stand of the year.
TinCaps outfielder Mallex Smith talks about what he tells the team's new members to expect from the fans in Fort Wayne, the weather and the outlook for the team this season.
TinCaps manager Michael Collins talks about what Monday was like as the team moved into Parkview Field and what he thinks of the stadium.
The TinCaps moved into Parkview Field on Monday as they get ready for the season opener Thursday.
Young TinCaps will get an education