Of course this happened on Le Batard night. On an absurd night, based on a ridiculous concept, from an improbable turn-of-events, the TinCaps pulled off one of their most unbelievable wins ever.
The TinCaps rolled to a 12-2 win at Great Lakes on Sunday.
The TinCaps fell 7-6 at Great Lakes on Saturday night.
The TinCaps road trip didn’t get off to the smoothest of starts. Great Lakes beat Fort Wayne 7-0 on Friday night, as the Loons out-hit the TinCaps 20 to four.
The longest homestand of the season ended in triumph for the TinCaps. Tucupita Marcano sent a ground ball through the right side in the ninth, driving in Luis Almanzar for a 3-2 walk-off win.
The TinCaps downed South Bend 3-1 on Thursday.
On a chilly night at Parkview Field, the TinCaps pitching staff kept the visiting Cubs ice-cold. Efraín Contreras went six scoreless innings, helping the ‘Caps pick up a 1-0 win over South Bend.
Two things TinCaps fans can appreciate: a win, and the return of Ryan Weathers.
Fort Wayne soccer standout DaMarcus Beasley will soon step away from his professional career.
The TinCaps racked up 11 hits on Saturday night, but struggled to score, falling to Lansing 7-1.
The TinCaps did not score after the first inning, but still managed to pick up a win on Friday night.