The TinCaps capped off their franchise-record 12-game road trip Sunday with a split doubleheader at Four Winds Field against the South Bend Cubs.
Fort Wayne won the first game, which had been suspended in the third inning because of rain Saturday night, 3-2 thanks to a two-run homer from slugger Agustin Ruiz in the fifth that broke a 1-all tie.
Ruiz has 10 home runs and 36 RBI, ranking in the top four in High-A Central in both categories.
The TinCaps bullpen pitched seven innings in the opening game and gave up only one run on four hits while striking out eight. Left-hander Ramon Perez pitched two scoreless innings and earned his second victory in as many appearances since being promoted to High-A.
Edwuin Bencomo pitched a scoreless inning in his first appearance in nearly three weeks because of forearm tightness.
Fort Wayne (22-25) dropped the seven-inning second game 11-4 after starter Matt Waldron surrendered nine runs (three earned) with seven walks in 22/3 innings.
The TinCaps took 4 of 6 from the Cubs and went 6-6 on the road trip.
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Ex-Saints star wins local event
Former Bishop Dwenger star Logan Ryan won the Fort Wayne Golf Assocation's Amateur Open with a two-day score of 3-under 141. He shot a 73 Saturday at Cherry Hill Golf Club and finished with a 68 Sunday at Autumn Ridge to claim the title by a stroke over former Canterbury standout Michael Brothers, who had 73-69 for a 2-under 142. Lance Hoch and Jason Smith were at 1-under 143. Saturday leader Hunter Melton, who had a 70 at Cherry Hill, shot 76 at Autumn Ridge to finish 2 over.
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