Inside The RailCats
GARY | It's almost 5 p.m., are your tickets in pocket ready for the RailCats game?
GARY | The RailCats will face Sioux City for the final game in the weekend series and last game in the home season series against the Canaries.
GARY | With Friday's loss, the RailCats hold at the top of the wild card standings shrunk.
GARY | Of the three-game trip the RailCats had scheduled in Wichita Tuesday through Thursday, the team played one day.
GARY | The RailCats end their home stand as the interns end their jobs.
GARY | The RailCats five wins in a row include victories against three different teams -- Sioux City, St. Paul and Kansas City -- who hold a collective record of 31 games below .500.
GARY | The RailCats have a chance for a second home sweep of St. Paul with a win Sunday afternoon.
GARY | After concluding Friday's win over St. Paul at 12:10 Saturday morning, RailCats had an early call to the field Saturday afternoon.
GARY | We'll start with an FYI that the game will begin later because of the dwarf wrestling event preceding the game.
A play from Tuesday's RailCats game against Sioux City was deemed worth enough to put rookie Zac Mitchell on SportsCenter.
GARY | To open the season, the RailCats failed in three early chances to sweep a series, including one at home against Wichita.
GARY | The RailCats have won 15 games by a single run and eight games in the last at-bat. Of those 15, four have come against Sioux City.
GARY | Today's game notes from the RailCats media relations department note that if the postseason began today, the team would own the wildcard and enter the playoffs for the first time since 2010.
GARY | The RailCats beamed after their road trip to open August that they returned 5-3 when it could easily have been 4-4 or 3-5.
GARY | The importance of today's RailCats game vs. Fargo-Moorhead can't be understated.
GARY | The RailCats have won five straight and 11 of their last 12 at home.
GARY | The RailCats return to U.S. Steel Yard after a sweep of Winnipeg and having won five of their last eight games.
The contract of RailCats closer Clay Zavada was purchased by the San Diego Padres on Tuesday and he will report to their double-A affiliate in San Antonio, the team said in a release.
GARY | The RailCats conclude their 11-game marathon with a series finale against Winnipeg.
GARY | The RailCats welcome Winnipeg to U.S. Steel Yard for the final series of the 11-game home stand. Coming to town with the Goldeyes is former RailCat and Hammond High grad Mike Coles, who signed with the Canadian team on June 20.
GARY | If you're just rising from the haze of the Blackhawks Stanley Cup Championship win Monday night, remember that the RailCats game ended later.
GARY | If the RailCats beat St. Paul today, it will be the first sweep of a series by the team this season.
GARY | The RailCats have already guaranteed they won't lose the four-game series against St. Paul.
GARY | The RailCats coaching staff had planned an undrafted seniors tryout day today that was ultimately delayed because of the rain.
GARY | The RailCats have spent the last week on the road and have the comforts of U.S. Steel Yard for 11 straight games.
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