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For starters

Fort Wayne (6-6) will play its fourth home game of the season at 7:05 p.m. tonight. Here's a look at the TinCaps' match-up with the Lansing Lugnuts (4-6).

Last time out

South Bend 4, TinCaps 3

On the mound

TinCaps: Joe Ross (2-0), RHP – 0.00 season ERA

Lugnuts:Taylor Cole (1-1), RHP – 5.19 season ERA

On the air

Broadcast: XFINITY 81

Radio: The Fan 1380 or TheFanFortWayne.com, starting at 6:45 p.m.

News and notes

  • Ross will look to keep his spotless record intact and break a two-game losing streak for the TinCaps. The Midwest League Pitcher of the Week is 2-0 on the season and has yet to give up a run in 10 innings. He struck out eight batters in the home opener.
  • The TinCaps will have a promotional night in support of the victims of the Boston Marathon. In partnership with Fort4Fitness and the Red Cross, the TinCaps ask fans to wear race gear, such as bibs, hats and shirts from competitive races, to the ballpark. The team will make a donation to the Red Cross for every attendee who wears gear. Fans can also make individual donations at a Fort4Fitness booth just behind home plate and sign a banner that will be sent to those affected by the Boston tragedy.

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