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[edit] Team History

After the 2008 season the Fort Wayne Wizards moved into a new ballpark, Parkview Field, and changed their name to the Fort Wayne TinCaps. The name and logo is based on the legend of Johnny Appleseed. In its first season under the new identity, the team finished first by 12 games, winning both halves of the Eastern Division, then won the Midwest League crown by defeating Burlington in the finals.

[edit] Year by Year Record

Year Record Finish Manager Playoffs Hitting coach Pitching coach Coach
2009 94-46 1st Doug Dascenzo League Champs Tom Tornincasa Tom Bradley
2010 77-63 5th Jose Flores Tom Tornincasa Bronswell Patrick
2011 69-70 9th Shawn Wooten Lost in 2nd round Kory DeHaan Willie Blair
2012 69-71 8th José Valentin Lost League Finals Jacque Jones Willie Blair
2013 72-67 6th José Valentin Lost in 2nd round Morgan Burkhart Burt Hooton
2014 63-76 12th Michael Collins Lost in 2nd round Morgan Burkhart Burt Hooton
2015 77-61 3rd Francisco Morales Lost in 1st round Lance Burkhart Burt Hooton
2016 62-78 13th Anthony Contreras Lance Burkhart / Vinny Lopez Burt Hooton Vinny Lopez / Raul Padron

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