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42 former Fort Wayne players in Majors in first half of 2018

As the Major League Baseball season has reached its All-Star break, 42 former Fort Wayne TinCaps and Wizards have played in the big leagues so far in 2018.
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40 former Fort Wayne players appeared in Majors in 2016

Forty former Fort Wayne TinCaps and Wizards played in the Major Leagues during the 2016 season.
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Former TinCaps and Wizards in Major League Baseball

Forty-three former Fort Wayne TinCaps and Wizards played in the big leagues during the first half of the 2015 Major League Baseball season.
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Former TinCap Matt Wisler wins MLB debut

Matt Wisler, who pitched for the TinCaps in 2012, made his Major League debut Friday night for the Atlanta Braves against the New York Mets at Turner Field.
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Former TinCap Trevor Gott makes MLB debut

Former TinCaps reliever Trevor Gott made his Major League Baseball debut on Sunday against the Oakland A's.
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Ross dominates in playoff-opening win

The Fort Wayne TinCaps endured a tough regular-season series against the Bowling Green Hot Rods, going 5-10 against the Midwest League affiliate of the Tampa Bay Rays.
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TinCaps close regular season with 11-10 win

In the final game of the 2013 regular season, the TinCaps slithered by the Great Lakes Loons, 11-10, Monday at Parkview Field.
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Whitecaps nab twinbill from TinCaps

On Wednesday night at Fifth Third Ballpark, the TinCaps lost both games of a doubleheader against the West Michigan Whitecaps.
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Tissebaum’s four RBIs carry TinCaps to win

Led by a season-high four RBI from Maxx Tissenbaum, the TinCaps beat the Bowling Green Hot Rods, 7-4, Monday afternoon at Bowling Green Ballpark.
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TinCaps prevail, set record in 16-inning win

In their longest game of the season -- both by innings and time elapsed -- the TinCaps beat the South Bend Silver Hawks, 7-6, in a 16-inning marathon at Parkview Field that began Wednesday night and ended Thursday morning at 12:08 a.m.