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TinCaps blow 8-1 lead, lose 10-9 to Lake County

Brian Adams
Brian Adams
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Fort Wayne drops its fifth straight contest during brief homestand

Tuesday, July 30, 2013 11:17 pm
The Fort Wayne TinCaps let an 8-1 lead get away from them as they extended their losing streak to five games, dropping a 10-9 game at Parkview Field on Tuesday night to the Lake County Captains.Fort Wayne (55-49, 12-24) started fast, getting five in the first inning. Luis Domoromo had the b ig blow, a three-run homer. Maxx Tissenbaum also added an RBI single, as did Gabriel Quintana.

Lake County (40-63, 18-19) came back to score a run in the third off starter Walker Weichel, who went 4 and one-third innings as Fort Wayne's starter. The TinCaps bounced back with three more in its half of the third, with Brian Adams' two-run triple being the big hit He later scored on an error to make it 8-1

But Lake County's seven-run fifth inning tied the contest and knocked out Weichel.

Fort Wayne did go back ahead with a run in the bottom of the fifth. Brian Adams singled and went to second on a throwing error by pitcher James Stokes. Mallex Smith sacrificed him to third, and he later scored on Alberth Martinez' ground out, to make it 9-8. The Captains tied it again with a single run in the sixth on three hits and an intentional walk.

There was no more scoring until the top of the ninth inning, when reliever Chris Nunn took over for Trevor Gott. Nunn gave up a one-out walk, and two singles which put Lake County ahead to stay 10-9.

The two teams meet again at 12:05 p.m. Wednesday at Parkview Field before continuing the series Thursday and Friday in Ohio.

In roster moves announced Tuesday, the TinCaps transferred infielder Chris Burke to Class A advanced Lake Elisinore of the Califonia League. The 23-year-old hit .307 with four homers and 22 runs in 44 games in Fort Wayne. He goes back to Lake Elsinore after playing two games there earlier this year.

Outfielder Alberth Martinez was reinstated from the disabled list. The 22-year-old was put on the DL June 28 after being hit in the face by a pitch. He's hitting .270 with a team-league-tying six homers and 37 RBIs.LAKE COUNTY*001*071*001*—*10*16*4

FORT WAYNE*503*01*000*—*9*13*1

Lake County


Washington lf *4*1*3*0

Paulino ss *2*1*0*0*0

Vick cf *3*1*0*1

Sever 1b*4*0*1*1

Lucas c *4*1*3*1

Stock dh*4*0*0*1

MacPhee 3b *4*1*2*1

Hankins 2b *3*2*2*1

Martinez rf*4*2*2*2


Fort Wayne


Smith dh*4*1*0*0

Martinez cf*3*1*2*1

Tissenbaum 2b *4*1*1*1

Quintana 3b *4*1*2*1

Domoromo lf*4*1*1*3

Tejada 1b *4*1*1*0

Stubblefield ss*4*0*3*0

Daal c *3*1*1*0

Adams rf*4*2*2*2


E – Tissenbaum (FW), Hankins (LC), Paulino (LC), Stokes (LC) 2B: Washington (LC), Lucas (LC), MacPhee (LC) 3B: Adams (FW) HR: Domoromo (FW), Hankiins (LC) LOB: LC 6, FW 6 DP: SB: Smith (43rd)(FW), Tejada (18th), Haskins (9th)(LC) (FW) DP: LC 1.WP: Sisco (2), (LC)

Lake County





Wagoner (W, 4-5)*2*0*0*0*0*2

Totals *9*13*9*6*1*11

Fort Wayne





Nunn (L, 7-1)*1*2*1*1*1*1




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