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For the second night in a row, the TinCaps came back from an early deficit – this time even taking a brief 4-3 lead in the bottom of the fifth – before ultimately falling to the Great Lakes Loons 7-5. 

The TinCaps lost 4-3, leaving 12 runners on base in the process and falling to 4-29 when the opponent scores first. The victory significantly increased the chances they'll have to watch the Loons celebrate a Midwest League East Division first-half title on the Parkview Field infield sometime…

The TinCaps open their final series of the first half this afternoon when they take on the Great Lakes Loons at Parkview Field. It's a six-game series, but only the first three games of the set will be part of the first half; before Friday's contest, the standings will reset so every team wi…

TinCaps right-hander Brandon Komar was named the Midwest League Pitcher of the Week on Monday, making him the first TinCap to win the award since lefty Danny Denz was honored Aug. 1 and the first TinCap to win any of the league's weekly super…

The Captains slugged their way to four runs in the ninth inning this afternoon at Parkview Field and escaped Fort Wayne with a 5-3 victory and a series triumph in front of an announced crowd of 4,579. The TinCaps (22-35) have lost six of thei…

The TinCaps have eked out back-to-back wins in dramatic fashion and Brandon Valenzuela has been at the center of the winning rally on both occasions. After scoring the tying run on a bloop single in a two-run sixth inning Thursday, Valenzuela…

TinCaps designated hitter Brandon Valenzuela hit the ball hard four times Wednesday night in a loss to the Lake County Captains, but only had one hit to show for it, lining out three times.

TinCaps pitcher Robert Gasser came into his start Wednesday in a rut, having posted an 0-4 record with an 8.38 ERA over his previous four starts. In an effort to bring some "new energy" to his performance, Gasser got a haircut, trading in his…

A couple of blasts and a bloop was enough to lead the TinCaps past the Lake County Captains 5-4 at Parkview Field tonight in front of an announced crowd of 5,736. The victory snapped a three-game losing streak and came after Fort Wayne (21-33…