GARY | If there's any wonder that the RailCats are all in to keep that American Association Championship trophy in Gary, this weekend's trade deadline moves spoke volumes.
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 | The RailCats' new season starts now.
GARY | Ryan Brockett has never had any injury issues.
GARY | Stephen Hiscock's parents and younger sister arrived in the region Sunday, and the RailCats pitcher was in town to meet them.
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 | For the first time in his professional career, Logan Brumley is in the same time zone as his father.
GARY | As the RailCats hit the final 20 games to their season, the four-man rotation needed a tweak, the coaching staff decided.
The panic button at U.S. Steel Yard is still under lock and key. For now.
GARY | Zac Mitchell watched the RailCats play five games from a spot he hates to sit: on the bench.
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 played against the Lincoln Saltdogs in Monday's second game of the four-game series, the Gary coaching staff was forced to make a series of moves.
GARY | On Saturday, as they do most nights, the RailCats ran six left-handed hitters out in their lineup.
GARY | Andy Loomis has spent nearly a year rehabbing his pitching arm from Tommy John surgery and was out of professional baseball only a week.
GARY | As Major League Baseball's trade deadline reached Thursday with movement across the country, the American Association hit its first deadline on the roster calendar.
GARY | The RailCats sent eight members of the team to the American Association All-Star game in Winnipeg and all came back with something different.
GARY | After Dustin Crenshaw had Tommy John surgery in 2009, he found it was tough to throw a changeup.
GARY | Longtime RailCats fans could count on two things at U.S. Steel Yard: a foul ball and a long game.
GARY | The RailCats' hope of using the two-day all-star break as momentum for the final month of the season was washed away in a dismal sixth inning Sunday.
GARY | The American Association heads into its two-day all-star break beginning Monday, and the RailCats are in the middle of a series being watched throughout the league.
GARY | Among Morgan Coombs' many goals as he entered the RailCats' season was what could have been a simple one: don't miss a start.
GARY | With Willie Glen's number secured in the outfield at U.S. Steel Yard earlier this month, the next question quickly becomes: who's next?
GARY | The RailCats have gone 13-5 since July 1, but Sunday's late-inning loss to Amarillo prompted a closed-door, postgame clubhouse meeting.
GARY | Ryan Babineau and Craig Maddox bargained with RailCats manager Greg Tagert for a new way to use the platooned catching position.
GARY | After Stephen Bougher's last start in Winnipeg, RailCats pitching coach Chad Rhoades told his righty to think of one thing: pink elephants.
GARY | In Barry Fowler's first professional start, he was wearing a Winnipeg Goldeyes jersey and pitched five perfect innings against the RailCats.
GARY | Craig Maddox has played professional baseball for seven seasons, and on Monday saw a text that gave him something he's never experienced before.
GARY | The RailCats hit the (almost) midway point of their season with a solid hold on the top of the American Association's Central Division standings and winning record.
GARY | RailCats manager Greg Tagert was concerned as his team hit a three-game homestand against St. Paul that finding a complete-team win was hindering success.
GARY | In the 13 years of the RailCats franchise, the team has held two jersey numbers in retirement, both posted in center field.
GARY | Returning home from a seven-game road trip in which the RailCats went 2-5, the team is suffering the woes of baseball, manager Greg Tagert said.
GARY | The RailCats have played 39 games in the American Association season and nine of them have been against the same team.
GARY | The RailCats made a trade Wednesday that took a veteran out of the clubhouse in an effort to give him more at-bats this season.
GARY | Ryan Brockett appeared on the RailCats' radar mid-June of last season and played sparingly as the team won an American Association Championship.
GARY | James Parr spent three years preparing for his reappearance on the mound.
GARY | The RailCats have played in four doubleheaders this season, thanks to rain plaguing the first half of the schedule.
GARY | The RailCats lost a home series to the worst team in the American Association's Central Division after an extra-inning first-game loss in a doubleheader.
GARY | After his first game in right field, Drew Martinez sent a text to Mike Massaro.
GARY | The RailCats coaching staff took a different approach to their starting pitchers before the season began.
Greg Tagert's specialty as a scout for the Detroit Tigers was to watch for potential in college seniors.
GARY | Craig Maddox hit his first home run of the year off of the first pitch he saw from Sioux Falls relief pitcher Kyle Kingsley.
GARY | Josh Romanski's pitching career took him as high as Triple-A baseball and to a 3.63 ERA in four years of affiliated baseball.
GARY | Adam Taylor entered the game in the seventh inning Friday and still finished 1-for-4 for the RailCats.
GARY | Three retired members of the RailCats' 2013 American Association championship team were on hand at the start of Thursday's home opener at U.S. Steel Yard.
GARY | Danny Pulfer took a phone call during the baseball offseason that moved him back to a position he's always been comfortable at.
GARY | The RailCats coaching staff discussed their final cuts to the opening day roster on the bus at 2 a.m. Tuesday morning.
GARY | By this time last season, RailCats manager Greg Tagert knew his opening day pitcher and had a rotation nearly set.
GARY | After the birth of his son Edwin Walker III, pitcher Edwin Walker took the rest of the 2013 season off.
GARY | Greg Tagert's sons joke with him about how easy it has been to open spring training with the RailCats the last few years.
GARY | When Craig Maddox talked with Greg Tagert during the offseason about why he wanted to come back for his fourth season with the RailCats.
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