It was too hot for Santa on Friday night, but the show goes on. The TinCaps search for a series sweep against the Chiefs.
“I thought it would be like eight of us and it would be funny. We would take a picture and that would be the end of it,” Joe Caldwell said.
Fort Wayne’s favorite NFL rookie, Drue Tranquill, will be back home Saturday night, serving as keynote speaker for the Charger 300 Football Fundraiser, at Autumn Ridge Country Club.
Drama unfolding at Carroll High on Thursday night, as Leo pitcher Ashley Miller helped her own cause, breaking open a, 3-3, tie off a bunt RBI single.
If you haven’t seen it yet… Trine University’s softball team pulled a stellar hidden ball trick to get the final out of a game this weekend. That win secured a Super Regional tournament win a spot in the D-III championship tournament.
Brianna Carroll, the only female, and youngest driver at Baer Field Motor Speedway, was awarded ‘Most Improved Driver,’ earlier this year.
TinCaps’ President inducted into the Northeast Indiana Baseball Association Hall of Fame.
Colts running back Marlon Mack and edge rusher Jabaal Sheard greeted Fort Wayne, signing some autographs at Parkview Field, before throwing out the first pitch at Thursday night’s TinCaps game.
Bellmont edges Leo for the Northeast Eight Championship, 2-1.
Simon Pagenaud passed five-time series champ Scott Dixon on the second-to-last lap Sunday and pulled away for his third IndyCar Grand Prix victory as rooster tails from the wet track flew behind him as he crossed the famed yard of bricks.
Canterbury names award after Darby Maggard. Also she updates Fort Wayne’s NBC of her future plans.
The Fort Wayne TinCaps on Wednesday said they would put two “peanut-free” dates on its calendar this summer.
Indiana Tech claims another conference title, this time it’s baseball. The Warriors win their first WHAC Tournament Championship since 2013.