Category Archives: Burlington Bees

Snappers no-hit River Bandits in 9 innings, win 3-0

Two Beloit Snappers pitchers combined to no-hit the Quad Cities River Bandits for nine innings as the home team won 3-0 at Pohlman Field on Wednesday. LHP Zack Erwin pitched the first six innings for the Snappers, walking one and … Continue reading

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Siri joins Midwest League’s elite 20-30, 20-40 clubs

Dayton Dragons outfielder Jose Siri homered and stole a base Sunday, putting him in a pair of elite Midwest League clubs. Siri entered the game with 19 homers and 39 stolen bases, so when he went deep in his first at-bat, the … Continue reading

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TinCaps’ bid for perfect game ends with two outs in 9th

The Fort Wayne TinCaps nearly pitched a perfect game against the South Bend Cubs on Thursday, losing the bid with two outs in the bottom of the 9th inning. Cubs DH Jhonny Pereda — the No. 9 hitter in the … Continue reading

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Tatis sets new Fort Wayne record with 21st HR of season

TinCaps shortstop Fernando Tatis Jr. set a new Fort Wayne franchise record when he hit his 21st home run of the season in his team’s 7-1 win over the Bowling Green Hot Rods on Saturday. The previous record of 20 … Continue reading

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LumberKings get their third manager of the 2017 season

Tony Arnerich will serve as the third manager of the season for the Clinton LumberKings, after David Macias resigned from the Seattle Mariners organization to take a coaching job closer to his Nashville home. Macias accepted a coaching job at … Continue reading

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