Wichita Wingnuts

August 17, 2012 5:00 AM

Percentages finally work in Wingnuts’ 11-inning win

There were several times Friday in the late innings of the Wingnuts’ game against Sioux City in which the law of averages suggested the contest was coming to an end.

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