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Wingnuts beat Amarillo 15-7

The Wingnuts pounded out 19 hits and battered Amarillo 15-7 on Friday night in Amarillo.

Chris McClendon’s bat helps Wingnuts beat T-Bones

Wingnuts manager Kevin Hooper was interested in adding third baseman Chris McClendon to the roster before the season, and it’s becoming evident why.

T-Bones starter maintains mastery of Wingnuts

Daniel Barone’s ownership of the Wingnuts this season apparently doesn’t end when the Kansas City right-hander leaves the game.

Wingnuts’ Link stays locked in, beats T-Bones

There are two ways to tell when Wingnuts starter Jon Link is beyond the frustration he experiences when he makes a mistake or when one of his borderline pitches is called a ball.

Wingnuts add key piece to bullpen

Even though the Wingnuts started this season with seven wins in their first 11 games, something was missing. The missing piece was easily identifiable, though, and there was help on the way.

Wingnuts salvage split in doubleheader

The Wichita Wingnuts salvaged a doubleheader split against the Grand Prairie AirHogs on Sunday in Grand Prairie, Texas, losing the first game 1-0 and winning the second game, 9-2 in extra innings.

Wingnuts beat AirHogs 7-4

Tim Brown struck out nine batters in seven innings and Colt Loehrs scored four times, helping the Wingnuts beat the AirHogs 7-4 on Friday night in Grand Prairie, Texas.

T-Bones beat Wingnuts 6-2

The T-Bones made good use of six hits, beating the Wingnuts 6-2 on Thursday night in Kansas City, Kan.

Wingnuts beat T-Bones 6-1

The Wingnuts scored four runs in the top of the first and went on to a 6-1 win over the T-Bones on Wednesday afternoon in Kansas City, Kan.

T-Bones beat Winguts 9-4

The T-Bones battered starter Alan Williams for eight runs in the first three innings and beat the Wingnuts 9-4 on Tuesday night in Kansas City, Kan.

Wingnuts take series from Gary SouthShore

The Wingnuts scored two runs in the bottom of the fifth to take the lead over Gary SouthShore Sunday afternoon, then the offense had to take a short break.

RailCats wallop Wingnuts

The Wingnuts lost 15-0 to Gary SouthShore Saturday night at Lawrence-Dumont Stadium, but at least it was festive.

Wingnuts can’t be stopped in 4-2 victory

Not even his manager can contain David Amberson’s superior speed.

Wingnuts pound Laredo 11-2

The Wingnuts, through 15 games, have one of the American Association’s best offenses. It’s not for the reason manager Kevin Hooper predicted, but for just about every other reason.

Wingnuts use pitching, timely hitting to win again

The Wingnuts are finding multiple statistical benefits for their late-inning offense.

Wingnuts’ Brown slow Lemur attack

After two games against Wingnuts pitching, Laredo’s hitting numbers are starting to look a little more realistic.

Kahaulelio’s big night lifts Wingnuts

Jake Kahaulelio’s hitting tear has its emotional roots in Wisconsin.

Control issues haven’t hurt Wingnuts pitcher Capra

If Wingnuts pitcher Anthony Capra can’t always limit his walks, maybe he can find a way to keep them from sabotaging his starts.

Gary Southshore tops Wingnuts 7-1

Wingnuts pitchers walked seven Gary Southshore Railcats on Saturday night in a 7-1 American Association road loss.

Wingnuts build early lead, hold on to beat RailCats

Wingnuts closer Matt Nevarez worked out of a ninth-inning jam, allowing the Wingnuts to beat GarySouthShore 5-3 on Thursday night in Gary, Ind., the Wingnuts’ first road game of the season.

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