TinCaps, River Bandits Suspended in 5th

By WISE Web Sports

TinCaps, River Bandits Suspended in 5th

June 21, 2010 Updated Jul 19, 2009 at 8:42 PM EST

Fort Wayne, IN – The Fort Wayne TinCaps were ahead 3-1 with one out in the top of the 5th
inning when the game was suspended by rain. The game will be completed Monday as a nineinning
game, followed by a seven-inning contest. Monday’s games will begin at 6:05pm. It was the
first rainout in Parkview Field history.
RHP Chris Fetter held the River Bandits in check in his Class-A debut, retiring the first eight
hitters he faced. He allowed a run on four hits and a walk while striking out five in 4.1 innings and
is responsible for a runner on base when the game resumes on Monday.
Meanwhile, the TinCaps welcomed Fetter with early runs in support. Jaff Decker slammed a tworun
home run in the bottom of the 1st and Joey Railey drove home a run with a fielder’s choice in
the 2nd.
The River Bandits scored their only run in the 4th when Jose Garcia stroked a leadoff single, went
to second on a passed ball and scored on a single by Osvaldo Morales.
In the top of the 5th, Jon Edwards pounded a leadoff double to left-center. The next batter
grounded out. With Travis Mitchell at the plate and a 1-2 count, the rain became too strong to
continue and the game was halted.
The TinCaps and River Bandits (Class-A St. Louis Cardinals) finish the three-game series Monday at
6:05pm at Parkview Field. RHP Erik Davis (8-4) is the projected starter in Game 2 against Quad
Cities RHP Arquimedes Neito (1-8).




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