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TinCaps

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      They came to Monday night off another Sunday loss but on an eight-wins-in-12-games roll, with a pitcher on the hill (Yimmi Brasoban) whose season ERA was north of eight but who’d given up just one earned run in his last 11 innings’ work.
  • TinCaps taken out by steady Rattlers
    The TinCaps continued their Sunday struggles as they lost to Wisconsin 5-2 in front of 6,282 fans at Parkview Field on Vera Bradley Day.The team donned Ziggy Zinnia Vera Bradley floral jerseys for the game.
  • TinCaps finally clicking
    The last time Wisconsin played at Parkview Field, on Sept. 16, 2012, the Timber Rattlers clinched the Midwest League Championship Series with a win in Game 4.
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TinCaps’ bullpen stops Dragons

Three relievers held Dayton to one hit over five innings as the TinCaps earned a 5-2 victory at Fifth Third Field on Friday.

Tony Wieber (1-0) went three innings, Tayron Guerrero struck out two in the eighth, and Nick Mutz retired the Dragons in order for his fourth save.

The TinCaps (14-20) stopped a slide in which they had dropped five of their past seven games.

A night after committing five errors in a 7-4 defeat, Fort Wayne had none.

Fernando Perez went 2 for 4 with a home run, his fourth, and an RBI single that gave the TinCaps a 2-0 edge.

An RBI double from backup catcher Adolfo Reina made it 3-0 before Dayton scored twice in the fifth.

Both runs were charged to Adrian De Horta, who left with the bases loaded and none out.

The Dragons (20-14) had nearly as many errors (two) as hits (three).

Ronnie Richardson had an RBI triple in the seventh and came home on a sacrifice fly by Mallex Smith.

Amir Garrett (0-3) allowed three runs on six hits in five innings.

Righty Erik Cabrera, who pitched out of the bullpen in his first 11 appearances, is scheduled to start the series finale today against Dayton’s Nick Travieso.

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