GARY | Alain Quijano's life kept pulling him back to the Chicago area.
The Gary RailCats went through a workout and scrimmage in preparation for their season opener on May 14.
GARY | Cristian Guerrero was calling Greg Tagert to recommend a friend to the RailCats manager.
Last week, the RailCats announced their annual tryout will be May 2, with fingers crossed the weather holds out.
Greg Tagert quickly changed roles, from one of an observer at the Texas Winter League to a manager of one of the teams.
The RailCats return all-time home run leader Cristian Guerrero to the team with the signing announced Monday.
GARY | Mike Perconte made the decision in the offseason that the best direction for his pitching career was a new one.
SCHAUMBURG | T.J. Wohlever stood out to the RailCats coaching staff during the 2011 open tryout.
The Gary RailCats welcomed the media to U.S. Steel Yard for their annual media day.
GARY | Brad Boyer was atop the American Association of Independent Professional Baseball in hitting last season for most of the year.
GARY | After graduating from Purdue in 2010, Crown Point product Matt Jansen went under the knife for glenoid labrum surgery.
The Gary RailCats held their annual open tryouts for players looking to get a shot at professional baseball.
The RailCats preseason plans changed in the span of two days, and that has translated to more opportunities at today's open tryout.
GARY | During a question and answer period with RailCats management at Saturday's fan fest, one of the faithful asked Greg Tagert about how he hoped to improve from last year's 54-46 season.
When the RailCats season started, a look at the roster could make just about anyone feel old.
David Nathanson thought he was coming to RailCats spring training to fight for a job in the starting rotation.
The hardest decision RailCats manager Greg Tagert had to make for the 2011 roster was the same tough call he made in 2010.
GARY | In the past, when Greg Tagert worked the phones, he was convincing players of the greatness of the RailCats.
GARY | When the need arose to replace long-time shortstop Jay Pecci, RailCats manager Greg Tagert knew just who to target.
RailCats manager Greg Tagert talks to his team on the first day of spring training at The Steel Yard on Saturday.
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