Remember when the NHL went to a shootout format after overtime in the regular season instead of simply playing to a tie?
GARY | The last bus ride home for the RailCats was longer than it was last year, and it gave more time for reflection.
GARY | By the time Henry Wrigley hit his first home run out of U.S. Steel Yard in a RailCats uniform, his team was already ahead 12-3.
GARY | Should the RailCats win today vs. Kansas City, the team would end the season .500 at home.
GARY | The RailCats' new season starts now.
GARY | The RailCats enter the final game of their three-game series against St. Paul a half-game behind Lincoln in the American Association's Central Division.
GARY | Ryan Brockett has never had any injury issues.
GARY | The nine-game home losing streak is officially the longest in RailCats history.
GARY | Stephen Hiscock's parents and younger sister arrived in the region Sunday, and the RailCats pitcher was in town to meet them.
GARY | The RailCats return home, to where they are sub-.500 this season, for their last home stand, a seven-game affair that starts with three games against St. Paul.
GARY | When Craig Maddox swung at a 3-1 pitch Tuesday night and popped out foul to third base, RailCats manager Greg Tagert made a decision about Wednesday's lineup card.
GARY | If you listened to Greg Tagert's postgame interview here on nwi.com, you heard him say what fans are thinking: "We're not playing good enough baseball overall to win games."
GARY | As the RailCats hit the final 20 games to their season, the four-man rotation needed a tweak, the coaching staff decided.
GARY | For the first time in his professional career, Logan Brumley is in the same time zone as his father.
GARY | Here's why the RailCats need to win out in the American Association's Central Division to make the postseason: Because while they're tied with Lincoln for the division lead, they're four games behind Laredo and 2 1/2 games behind St. Paul in the wild card race.
GARY | The RailCats started practice with the sun shining and the tarp off the field. They're hoping the game continues as smooth.
GARY | Zac Mitchell watched the RailCats play five games from a spot he hates to sit: on the bench.
GARY | The RailCats haven't been swept in a series since falling to Kansas City in three straight games June 27-29, but are on the precipice with three losses to Lincoln heading into today's game.
GARY | If the RailCats needed a morale boost from losing three games in a row, an extra-inning game that was restarted after a night's rest was sure to do it.
GARY | Before the RailCats can start Game 3 of the four-game series against Lincoln, the two teams must first finish Monday's game.
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