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Four in row proves elusive

As the saying goes, "You can't win 'em all."

In the case of the TinCaps, they can't win four in a row.

The good news is the TinCaps have had three chances this month to win four straight games; the not so good news is they haven't done it.

A combination five walks, three errors and a 1-for-14 batting performance with runners in scoring position allowed the TinCaps to lose to Kane County 5-3 on Saturday before 7,013 fans at Parkview Field.

Left fielder Jeremy Baltz led the offense with three hits, and catcher Dane Phillips had a hit and two RBI.

The TinCaps (12-9) will begin a three-game series against Clinton on Sunday.

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