Kyle Gaedele talks about being named the Midwest League Player of the Week before Monday's game against Great Lakes. Gaedele would later go 2 for 3 with two RBI in Fort Wayne's 6-1 victory.
Fort Wayne manager Jose Valentin meets with reporters after Sunday's 12-7 win against Great Lakes.
Yeison Asencio went 5 for 5 with four RBI for Fort Wayne in a 12-7 victory against Great Lakes in front of 5,053 fans Sunday at Parkview Field.
Fort Wayne manager Jose Valentin breaks down what he saw on the play in which Mike Gallic scored the go-ahead run from first on a throwing error by catcher Pratt Maynard in the eighth inning.
The TinCaps reduced the number of errors from a season-high five to just one Friday night, but the one opened the door for a three-run South Bend seventh inning in the Silver Hawks’ 5-4 victory before 7,078 fans at Parkview Field.
South Bend got one run in the top of the sixth inning, preventing a shutout in Wednesday's 5-1 loss to the TinCaps at Parkview Field on Wednesday.
The TinCaps own a 5-1 lead over South Bend at Parkview Field.
The TinCaps picked up two runs in the bottom of the third inning to grab a 2-0 lead over South Bend on Wednesday at Parkview Field.
The TinCaps continue to be the hottest team in the Midwest League by claiming their sixth consecutive win Sunday in an 8-3 victory over Quad Cities in Davenport, Iowa.
The TinCaps regrouped after squandering a six-run lead to defeat the Quad Cities River Bandits 8-7 in 10 innings Saturday night in front of 6,148 in Modern Woodmen Park at Davenport, Iowa.
On the same day Adys Portilla was called up to Double-A San Antonio, Colin Rea gave the TinCaps got six innings of three-hit pitching, and James Jones and Matt Stites finished up a 6-3 win over Cedar Rapids Friday at Veterans Memorial Stadium in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
Fort Wayne manager Jose Valentin talks about the fifth inning, starting with a Wisconsin hit that was aided by the wind. The TinCaps lost to the Timber Rattlers 8-2.
Fort Wayne manager Jose Valentin talks about the ninth-inning rally after Saturday's 4-3 victory against Wisconsin.
Fort Wayne manager Jose Valentin meets with reporters after Friday's 8-3 loss to Beloit.
Fort Wayne’s Colin Rea gave up six runs, five earned in three innings as Beloit beat the TinCaps 8-3 in front of 6,846 fans Friday at Parkview Field.
Colin Rea is the starting pitcher for Fort Wayne for Friday's game against Beloit. Rea is 2-5 with a 3.23 ERA. He is 2-2 with a 2.64 ERA in 11 starts this season.
Fort Wayne manager Jose Valentin meets with reporters after Thursday's 6-2 loss to Beloit.
The TinCaps used their speed to get a 6-3 victory over the Beloit Snappers. Catcher Austin Hedges and manager Jose Valentin discuss the game, which snapped a four-game losing streak.
The TinCaps snapped their four-game losing streak Wednesday, defeating the Beloit Snappers 6-3 at Parkview Field.
Heading into tonight's game against the Beloit Snappers, the TinCaps are on a four-game losing streak. Looking for an explanation? How about a lack of offense?
Former Leo and Indiana Tech pitcher Brandon Alger was named the Northwest League Pitcher of the Week while throwing for the Short-Season Eugene (Ore.) Emeralds.
The suddenly cold TinCaps lost their third straight game. 3-1, at South Bend on Sunday.Fort Wayne (10-6, 41-46) had two hits through the first eight innings, and managed its lone run in the ninth, avoiding a shutout.
Fort Wayne manager Jose Valentin meets with reporters after Friday's 4-3 loss to Bowling Green.
Cameron Seitzer had two hits, including a solo home run, and scored two runs as Bowling Green beat the TinCaps 4-3 in front of 5,981 fans Friday at Parkview Field.
Fort Wayne's Tyler Stubblefield meets with reporters after Wednesday's 8-1 win against Bowling Green.
Fort Wayne scored seven runs in the fourth inning on the way to an 8-1 victory in front of 7,686 fans Wednesday at Parkview Field.