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Loons fire back, make it 3-3

Great Lakes pushed back with a two-run fourth to tie the game with Fort Wayne, and both teams added another run to make it 3-3 with three innings to go.

The TinCaps got a home run from shortstop Tyler Stubblefield, his second at Parkview Field, to retake the lead in the bottom of the fourth inning.

But a double from Loons right fielder Jeremy Rathjen, followed by a single from catcher Jose Capellan, tied the game again.

Fort Wayne is looking for its first consecutive wins since a victory at Lansing on June 27 and another June 29 at Lake County.

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