TinCaps Get Record Crowd And One More Loss To South Bend

By Dean Pantazi

July 4, 2013 Updated Jul 4, 2013 at 11:53 PM EDT

FORT WAYNE, Indiana (www.incnow,tv) - Despite a franchise record crowd of 8.780, the TinCaps dropped their eleventh game in twelve meetings with the South Bend Silver Hawks Thursday night 6-0.

It started badly with Fidel Pen'a's solo homer leading off the game, and stayed that way thanks to the route going six hit shutout by Brandon Sinnery on the mound, who fanned eight TinCaps without walking a batter.

Maxx Tissenbaum and Tyler Stubblefield each had two of the six Fort Wayne hits, and the TinCaps hurt themselves further with three errors.

The four game home and home series wraps up at Parkview Field Friday night.

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