TinCaps second baseman Maxx Tissenbaum ended a long stretch without a home run during Wednesday's 4-2 loss to South Bend.
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TinCaps manager Jose Valentin talks about a frustrating outing at the plate for his team in a 4-2 loss to South Bend.
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TinCaps second baseman talks about his first home run since July 28, 2012, and a two-RBI outing in a 4-2 loss to South Bend.
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Fort Wayne gave up four runs in the first three innings and was unable to make a comeback in a 4-2 loss to South Bend on Wednesday.
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Fort Wayne's bats have been silent outside of Maxx Tissenbaum's solo home run in the third, and the TinCaps still trail South Bend 4-1.
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TinCaps starter Max Fried gave up two home runs and five hits in his first three innings, and Fort Wayne trails South Bend 4-1.
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Fort Wayne (25-17) takes on South Bend (25-16) for a shot at second place in the Midwest League Eastern Division standings today. First pitch is scheduled for 11:05 a.m.
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The TinCaps had a three-run rally in the top of the ninth inning Sunday, but it wasn't enough as they lost 7-5 to the Lake County Captains in Eastlake, Ohio.
Ruben Mejia and Bryan Rodriguez did well on the mound for the TinCaps, but it was squandered in a 3-2 loss to the Lake County Captains in Eastlake, Ohio, on Saturday.
The TinCaps opened a four-game series at the Lake County Captains with a 4-3 win at Classic Park in Eastlake, Ohio.
TinCaps manager Jose Valentin had little emotion after his team gave up a six-run lead and six innings of shutout ball against Bowling Green on Thursday.It was, he said, just one of those days.
Fort Wayne manager talks about his team's 7-6 loss to Bowling Green after a 6-0 lead heading into the seventh inning on Thursday.
After six runs in the first three innings and a six-inning shutout by starter Justin Hancock, the TinCaps looked to be cruising to a win against Bowling Green on Thursday.But the relievers crumbled, and so did Fort Wayne in a 7-6 loss to the Hot Rods.
Fort Wayne pitcher Justin Hancock has held Bowling Green at bay and an explosive offense has his TinCaps leading Bowling Green 6-0 through six innings.
Fort Wayne has a big lead and starter Justin Hancock only one hit to his name, as the TinCaps lead Bowling Green 6-0 in the third.
Fort Wayne (23-14) plays the decisive game of a series against Bowling Green (24-13) today at Parkview Field. First pitch is scheduled for 7:05 p.m. Here's a look ahead at the game.