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Wichita transfers NBC World Series control from Wingnuts to nonprofit foundation

April 3 at 3:20 p.m.

The nonprofit NBC Baseball Foundation will oversee the 80th National Baseball Congress World Series in late July and August.

  • Wingnuts may be forced to tinker with 2014 roster

    The same core group of baseball players got the Wingnuts to consecutive American Association championship series without being able to win one. Most of the important offseason decisions will revolve around whether to give that group another chance or to chase the elusive championship with a different blend.

  • Gary beats Wingnuts to win American Association crown

    Wingnuts manager Kevin Hooper often talks about the importance of just getting into the playoffs, where an anything-can-happen mentality prevails as a 100-game regular season turns into two best-of-five sprints.

  • Gary beats Wingnuts 7-6 in Game 3

    Cristian Guerrero might not be the best fit for a Gary SouthShore team built upon plate discipline and speed. Guerrero, the RailCats’ 33-year-old designated hitter, stole three bases and had a 104-29 strikeout-to-walk ratio during the regular season.

  • Former coach Brian Rose continues to inspire Wingnuts

    A baseball bench coach is, essentially, there to support the manager.

  • Wingnuts beat RailCats in 10 innings, pull even in championship series

    The Wichita Wingnuts secured a road split in the American Association championship series.

  • Wingnuts lose first game of championship series 9-4

    All of the early squandered opportunities by the RailCats in Tuesday night’s Game 1 of the American Association championship series?

  • Wingnuts, Gary took different paths to championship

    To say that the Wingnuts and Gary SouthShore reached the American Association championship series via different paths implies they traveled on the same surface.

  • Wingnuts sweep Grand Prairie to advance to championship series

    Grand Prairie might as well have not even been in the American Association playoffs, because they made literally no impact. And the Wingnuts are probably good enough to have skipped the first round altogether.

  • Wingnuts take 2-0 lead in playoffs behind Smith’s shutout

    Chris Smith pitched a three-hit shutout, leading the Wingnuts to a 6-0 win over the AirHogs on Thursday night in Grand Prairie, Texas.

  • Wingnuts win playoff opener in 12 innings

    After 11 scoreless innings, the first run of the Wingnuts’ playoff opener Wednesday night scored … on an RBI-walk.

  • Wingnuts’ Rodriguez has brought championship attitude to clubhouse

    An American Association championship shouldn’t mean much, by comparison, to John Rodriguez.

  • Wingnuts close out regular season with win, look to playoffs

    The Wingnuts signed autographs for fans for about half an hour after beating Kansas City 5-4 Monday afternoon at Lawrence-Dumont Stadium in the regular-season finale.

  • Bowden’s home run lifts Wingnuts to win

    For a few fleeting seconds, Johnny Bowden’s job was looking relatively easy.

  • Wingnuts set American Association record for victories

    The Wingnuts’ hustle and execution has a purpose beyond getting the Wingnuts into a postseason mentality.

  • Wingnuts set up for playoffs

    If American Association rosters allowed more than 22 players, this weekend would be a prime opportunity for the Wingnuts to rest their regulars.

  • Wingnuts defeat Saltdogs

    Jared McDonald’s two-out double drove in pinch-runner Madison Beaird with the go-ahead run in the eighth inning, giving the Wingnuts a 5-4 victoy over the Saltdogs on Thursday in Lincoln, Neb.

  • John Rodriguez homers twice in Wingnuts’ win

    John Rodriguez hit two homers to power the Wingnuts to a 10-2 win over the Saltdogs on Wednesday afternoon in Lincoln, Neb.

  • Wingnuts’ Ziegler hits 30th homer in win over Saltdogs

    C.J. Ziegler hit his league-leading 30th home run, one of three homers for the Wingnuts in an 8-4 win over the Saltdogs on Tuesday night in Lincoln, Neb.

  • Grand Prairie beats Wingnuts 8-3

    The Wingnuts rode the emotional euphoria of clinching a playoff spot on Friday for 15 innings. The final three of Sunday’s 8-3 loss to Grand Prairie at Lawrence-Dumont Stadium were the perhaps inevitable letdown.

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