In American Association Daily, Robert Pannier continues catching up on big trades from around the American Association. In today’s edition, he focuses on the three team trade between the Lincoln Saltdogs and Cleburne Railroaders in the American Association and the Sussex County Miners in the Can-Am. This deal included six players, including Zach Nehrir, Tyler Kane, Austin Boyle, Trevor Sealey, Edward Cruz, and James Campbell.
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The Wichita Wingnuts headed south Thursday evening to take on the Texas AirHogs on starter Tyler Kane’s 26th birthday. It may have been the Wingnuts’ starters special day, but he was the one delivering the present, allowing one run in seven innings to lead Wichita to a 4-1 victory. That kept the Wingnuts two games […]
After falling to the Fargo-Moorhead RedHawks in 12 on Monday night, the Wichita Wingnuts were not only looking to get back in the winning column, but needed a big outing from their starter and got both on Tuesday night. Tyler Kane pitched 7.2 outstanding innings to help lead the Wingnuts to an 8-3 victory. Tony […]
A night after watching Charlie Gillies shut down the potent Lincoln Saltdogs bats, it was Tyler Kane’s turn, holding Lincoln to two-runs in six innings of work as the Wichita Wingnuts were victorious, 5-3. Kane earned his first victory since returning from Mexico and Logan Watkins added three extra-base hits to lead the offense. After […]
In American Association Daily, Robert Pannier recaps an incredible night of baseball in the American Association, as there were just four games, but plenty of excitement. Kansas City Swept a double-header, tossing a no-hitter in the night cap.
A night after driving in the winning run in the eighth inning to give the Wichita Wingnuts a 3-2 victory over the Texas AirHogs. Richard Prigatano would be the catalyst once again, leading off the sixth with a base hit, later scoring to give the Wingnuts the lead for good, and later driving in two […]
As the Wichita Wingnuts roll toward their seventh straight South Division title, the team is trying to figure out exactly what their starting rotation will look like come playoff time. Right-hander Tyler Kane is making it clear that he should have one of those spots, making his third straight dominant appearance against likely playoff foes, […]
When you bring the two best teams in the American Association together in August, you can guarantee that the contest is going to have a playoff atmosphere and that is what occurred Monday night as the Wichita Wingnuts welcomed the Lincoln Saltdogs to town for the first of three-games. The two teams battled through a […]
The Wichita Wingnuts made their first trip to Cleburne, Texas on Friday night and proved to be quite inhospitable guests. The Wingnuts downed the Railroaders as Matt Chavez drove in six runs and both Martin Medina and Brennen Salgado drove in three apiece in the 13-3 victory. The offensive onslaught helped to earn Tyler Kane […]
While most fans like to believe that the talent level between a Major League baseball player and someone playing at single-A is a significant divide, the reality is that there is very little difference in terms of skill or expertise. Both can likely throw 95 mph, hit a fastball 400-feet, or range into the hole […]
After three straight walk-off loses and a 14-inning affair last night, the Wichita Wingnuts entered Wednesday morning’s affair needing a great performance out of starter Tyler Kane. That is just what they received. The right-hander allowed just 3-runs in 7-innings while striking out 8 as the Wingnuts won 10-3 over the Kansas City T-Bones. Richard […]
If you take a close look at Friday evening’s boxscore for the Wichita Wingnuts, you will notice that there are not a whole lot of zeroes present. In a contest where every hitter had at least one-hit and scored at least one-run, where all but two hitters drove in a run and all but one […]
The Wichita Wingnuts headed to the road for the first time this season, making a trip to Texas to face the AirHogs. The three-game series began with Tyler Kane looking to continue to build off his impressive 2016 debut when the righty went 2-1 with a 1.68 ERA in three-starts, and that is exactly what […]
It’s getting to be as commonplace as death and taxes. For the fifth straight season the Wichita Wingnuts claimed a division title, this time winning the South Division again after downing the Joplin Blasters, 8-3. That gave Wichita a 59-36 record, best in the American Association, making it impossible for the Laredo Lemurs to be […]
They may have homonyms for names and have completely different roles on the field, but Friday night Tyler Kane was brilliant on the mound and Harrison Kain delivered a huge two-run homer to lead the Wichita Wingnuts to the 7-1 victory over the Texas AirHogs. It was an amazing firsts of sorts as Kane was […]