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Full Count

  • TinCaps lose at Cedar Rapids
    Kernels catcher Mitch Garver hit three home runs as the TinCaps' road trip to Iowa ended Monday afternoon with an 8-1 loss at Cedar Rapids.Fort Wayne ended its six-game trip to Quad Cities and Cedar Rapids with a 4-2 record.
  • TinCaps shut out Kernels
    Jeffery Enloe and two relievers combined on a four-hitter Sunday as the TinCaps shut out Cedar Rapids 2-0.
  • TinCaps streak comes to end
    The TinCaps had their winning streak snapped at four games as they lost 4-3 at Cedar Rapids, Iowa, on tonight.
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For starters

The TinCaps (9-6) take on a hot Bowling Green (12-4) team today in Kentucky. First pitch is scheduled for 8:05 p.m. Here's a look ahead at the game.

Last time out

TinCaps 7, Lansing 5

On the mound

TinCaps: Zach Eflin (0-1), RHP - 4.50 season ERA

Hot Rods: Taylor Guerrieri (0-0), RHP - 0.00 season ERA

On the air

Radio: The Fan 1380 or TheFanFortWayne.com, with coverage starting at 7:45 p.m.

News and notes

  • Fort Wayne strung together 45 hits in a series sweep of Lansing and is on a three-game winning streak. Bowling Green is on a hot run of its own, with eight wins in its last 10 games.
  • The TinCaps will have a tough time keeping their offense going against Guerrieri. He is one of the best prospects in the Tampa Bay Rays system and hasn't given up an earned run in seven innings. Eflin, meanwhile, will look to earn his first win for Fort Wayne. He has given up six runs in two starts for the TinCaps.
  • A win today would snap a five-game losing streak for Fort Wayne on the road. After a 3-0 start away from Parkview Field, the TinCaps have slipped to 3-5 in tough series against West Michigan and South Bend, as well as a series finale loss to Great Lakes.

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