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Wingnuts help South win American Association All-Star Game

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Wingnuts pitchers started and finished the South’s 7-0 shutout win over the North on Tuesday in the American Association All-Star Game in Winnipeg.

  • Wingnuts grab win over Amarillo

    The Wichita Wingnuts scored runs in each of the last five innings on the way to a 10-6 win over the Amarillo Sox on Sunday in Amarillo, Texas.

  • Wingnuts wallop Amarillo

    The Wingnuts pounded out 12 hits and got seven effective innings from starting pitcher Jon Link, and ended their season-worst four-game losing streak by beating Amarillo 8-2 on Saturday night in Amarillo.

  • Wingnuts lose fourth straight

    The Wingnuts lost their season-high fourth straight game, falling 7-5 on Friday at Amarillo.

  • Wingnuts lose third straight ahead of long road trip

    As they embark on a three-week road trip, the Wingnuts won’t be carrying any emotional baggage.

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

    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.

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