The Wichita Wingnuts entered Saturday night’s contest with a lot of hope after seeing that the Kansas City T-Bones had already dropped their contest earlier in the day. This left Wichita’s slim hopes of still making the playoffs alive, and they took full advantage of it, downing the Sioux City Explorers 4-2 thanks to 6.2 […]
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Monday night opened a two-game series between two teams desperate for victories to help aid their goal of making the playoffs as the Wichita Wingnuts played host to the Gary Southshore RailCats. Thanks to six outstanding innings from Jordan Cooper and a four run sixth inning, the Wingnuts prevailed, 8-3, moving within a half game […]
The Wichita Wingnuts were looking for their 10th win on their 19 game road trip as they rolled into Cleburne to take on the Railroaders. Thanks to 6.2 outstanding innings by starter Jordan Cooper and a 2-3 night by Zach Nehrir, the Wingnuts earned themselves a 3-1 victory, their fourth straight win. This was a […]
The Wichita Wingnuts have found Nebraska to be a house of horrors so far this season, dropping the first two games of their series against the Lincoln Saltdogs, both in walk-off fashion. However, Wednesday night it was the Wingnuts chance to rally late, scoring five runs in the eighth inning to help power the team […]
With the Kansas City T-Bones losing on Friday night, the Wichita Wingnuts had a chance to pull within a game for second place in the South Division and made sure that there was no doubt they were going to do so, as they downed the Texas AirHogs, 12-3. Jordan Cooper shutout Texas through the first […]
In American Association Daily, Robert Pannier recaps the exciting games around the American Association from Friday, including the Kansas City T-Bones ruining the Chicago Dogs opener with six runs in the ninth and Eddie Medina tossing seven shutout innings as the St. Paul Saints won their sixth straight.
The Wichita Wingnuts returned home after being swept by the Lincoln Saltdogs, looking to snap their four-game losing streak. Thanks to another outstanding outing by Jordan Cooper, Wichita earned the 4-1 victory over the Texas AirHogs, moving the team to 3-4. Abel Nieves was one of three Winguts players with 2-hits on the night, helping […]
American Association Daily will provide insights and features on the American Association of Professional Baseball League, as well as player and coaching profiles and transactions going on with teams around the league. In today’s edition, we look at the talented group of outfielders that Mike Meyers has gathered for the Sioux Falls Canaries and how that group could lead the team to their first playoff appearance since 2010. Also, there were a host of moves around the American Association on Monday as well.
Charle Rosario made his first start for the Winnipeg Goldeyes since being acquired from the RailCats and he was absolutely brilliant, taking a no-hitter into the sixth while keeping the Wichita Wingnuts bats silent. But his removal from the game brought new life to the Wingnuts, who scored three in the eighth to down Winnipeg […]
A night after ending their nine-game losing streak, the Wichita Wingnuts reminded the Cleburne Railroaders why they are 12-games ahead in the South Division as Jordan Cooper combined with two relievers to 4-hit the Railroaders in the 4-0 victory. The shutout was the fourth by the Wingnuts this season, and the first since Ryan Kussmaul […]
Jordan Cooper continued his dominance early on this season, tossing seven outstanding innings where he only allowed two unearned runs in a 3-2 victory over the Cleburne Railroaders. T.J. Mittelstaedt’s clutch two-out single put the Wichita Wingnuts back on top after the Railroaders had tied the score in the top of the fifth, and Seth […]
Fans went home happy Sunday, as Harrison Kain delivered a single in the bottom of the ninth inning to give the Wichita Wingnuts the 2-1 victory over the Fargo-Moorhead RedHawks. However, the story of the game was starters Jordan Cooper and Tyler Alexander, who each tossed 7 scoreless innings in one of the best pitchers’ […]
Jordan Cooper took the hill for the Wichita Wingnuts for the third time this season, producing the exact same result that had been seen in his prior two outings. This time he blanked the Salina Stockade over seven innings, and his offense provided double-digits in runs as Wichita won, 13-0. Every hitter in the Wingnuts […]
In the 1940s, Thomas Wolfe wrote a novel entitled You Can’t Go Home Again. The story was about a successful writer who returns home to find out that his family and neighbors have turned their backs on him after a novel he has written about his community has caused a great deal of ire and […]
Jordan Cooper returned home on Sunday, making his 2017 debut for the Wichita Wingnuts after starring at nearly Wichita State University. Clearly, it was good to be home for the big right-hander as he blanked the Salina Stockade for 7-innings and Zac Fisher drove in two as the Wingnuts downed the Stockade 6-1. For three […]