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GARY | The RailCats haven't lost a series since dropping three straight to Kansas City June 27-29.
GARY | The RailCats and Winnipeg Goldeyes remain No. 1 in their respective American Association divisions, but neither is safe.
GARY | After winning five straight series, the RailCats return home from Sioux City with their first series tie since June 30-July3.
GARY | Should the RailCats sweep the weekend series against Amarillo, it will be the second sweep in four series, the last against Fargo-Moorhead.
son aGARY | Morgan Coombs was slated to start Friday's series opener against Amarillo, but instead was placed on the disabled list before the game with Travis McGee added to the roster.
GARY | The RailCats have a quick turnaround, back at the ballpark nearly 12 hours after they left Tuesday.
GARY | The RailCats haven't lost to Fargo-Moorhead since Sept. 4, 2013, when they dropped the first of the American Association semifinals to the RedHawks.
The National Federation of State High School Associations approved the use of video for coaching purposes.
GARY | The RailCats open their week of games with the announcement that the team will send five players -- and a manager -- to the American Association All-Star game in two weeks in Winnipeg.
GARY | The St. Paul Saints hold the season series record against the RailCats 4-2.
GARY | The RailCats opened their second game of the three-game homestand with a trade.
GARY | The RailCats are celebrating the Fourth of July with fireworks, reduced tickets for veterans and active military, and outfield running.
After spending Monday looking at Valparaiso's outgoing transfer situation over the last 11 years, I figured it would be good to look and see if the Crusaders have brought in better talent than they've lost in that same time period.
As the 2014-15 basketball season unofficially began on Monday morning with the start of summer workouts, I'll be spending each day this week examining a different topic related to the Valparaiso men's basketball team. Today we start with a look at transfers.
It as hard to tell who was having more fun at the Pierre Thomas skills camp at T.F. South Tuesday -- the young campers or Thomas?
GARY | The tarp hasn't seen the field at U.S. Steel Yard for hours and the RailCats played a simulated game as well as took batting practice to open the final pregame of their home stand.
GARY | The RailCats are finally able to take some batting practice thanks to a break in the clouds. The tarp was on the field at 4 p.m., but was extracted at 4:38 so that the team didn't miss a third straight day of BP.
GARY | The tarp came off the field in time for the RailCats to take batting practice.
GARY | The RailCats held an on-field team meeting at their usual "batting practice" time, but the field at U.S. Steel Yard remains tarped.
GARY | The RailCats head into today's doubleheader in a tough pitching conundrum.
It is always a good thing to see when a former player returns to his or her prep alma mater to coach.
Even the Illinois Lutheran baseball team didn't think it would win the state title via the 10-run rule.
GARY | Thanks to the rainout Tuesday, the RailCats are back in the position of playing a doubleheader, something that tends to force readjustments to the four-man rotation.
GARY | The RailCats are hoping to knock off the doldrums from the one-game hiccup, but to do so, they'll need Mother Nature to cooperate.
GARY | Nursing a seven-game winning streak, the RailCats face a Sioux City Explorers team that has lost eight in a row (including four to the 'Cats).
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