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Wingnuts fail to produce with men on base, lose second straight

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The Wingnuts added reinforcements to their offense Wednesday, then, for the first time in a while, played like they needed even more.

  • Early deficit proves too much for Wingnuts to overcome

    The Wingnuts finally were unable to complete a ninth-inning rally, taking no solace in the fact that a comeback was even on the table.

  • Wingnuts win for 14th time in last 15 games

    The Wingnuts have the best record in the American Association, and maybe the best perspective.

  • Wingnuts change script, take lead early in 8-5 win over Explorers

    After surviving the unpredictability of ninth-inning comebacks for much of the last two weeks, the Wingnuts rediscovered a more sustainable method for victory on Sunday afternoon.

  • Wingnuts’ ninth-inning magic continues

    Baseball almost always affords the chance to atone for mistakes.

  • Wingnuts beat Amarillo with two runs in ninth inning

    There doesn’t seem to be a Wingnuts shortcoming or anomaly that can’t be fixed by the bottom of the ninth inning.

  • Wingnuts’ Van Skike finds home in rotation

    The Wingnuts’ most unlikely All-Star has had a season full of improbabilities.

  • Wingnuts win ninth straight

    The top five hitters in the Wingnuts batting order have eliminated the need to project.

  • Wingnuts rally to beat Amarillo

    Leading their division by eight games with an eight-game winning streak and the best record in the American Association, it seems all the Wingnuts need is a challenge. And it doesn’t get much more challenging than trying to rally in the bottom of the ninth.

  • Oldham leads surge for Wichita Wingnuts

    Taylor Oldham lugs with him a bag full of every piece of equipment a fielder could need – catcher’s gear and gloves for every position. He’s always ready to fill in wherever the Wingnuts need him.

  • Wingnuts shut out Sioux Falls for sixth straight win

    After using his previous two starts to master the art of limiting damage, Wingnuts right-handed pitcher Jason Van Skike graduated to not allowing any damage at all.

  • Wingnuts rally for victory with two outs in bottom of ninth

    Five innings of positive signs, starting in the fourth, foreshadowed a fairy-tale ending for the Wingnuts, except they never gave away the hero.

  • Wingnuts send balls soaring in blowout

    The beginning of Monday’s Wingnuts’ game against Sioux Falls was a pitcher’s duel in the sense that the pitchers were the ones enduring all the damage.

  • Khoury adds surprise pop to Wingnuts’ lineup

    Ryan Khoury’s power numbers are up, so the rest of his numbers should be down.

  • Link helps Wingnuts shut out Explorers

    Jake Kahaulelio hit a two-run homer in the first inning, and that was more than enough for Jon Link.

  • Wingnuts’ McClendon drives in seven runs in win

    Chris McClendon drove in seven runs, powering the Wingnuts to a 12-2 win over the Explorers on Friday night in Sioux City, Iowa.

  • Wingnuts beat Explorers

    J.T. Wise had three of the Wingnuts 13 hits, helping Wichita win 5-3 at Sioux City on Thursday night to start a three-game series.

  • Wingnuts unable to protect late-inning lead against Amarillo

    The Wingnuts led by three runs after six innings Wednesday night, then their game against Amarillo became completely unpredictable. The seventh inning is when the bullpens took over.

  • Wingnuts take advantage of Amarillo errors

    Amarillo starter Kellen Moen’s ERA barely moved Tuesday night, but the same can’t be said for Wingnuts batting averages.

  • Bats come alive for Wingnuts against Amarillo

    The circle checkpoint is coming, and the Wingnuts are stocking up.

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