The West Michigan Whitecaps (32-30, 65-67) completed a four game sweep of the Lake County Captains (30-34, 53-78) on Monday night on a three-run walk-off homerun by first baseman Lance Durham in the bottom of the ninth.
The West Michigan Whitecaps (31-30, 64-67) scored the winning run in the eighth inning in both games en route to sweeping the doubleheader against the Lake County Captains (30-33, 53-77) on Sunday afternoon.
LANSING, MI- The Lansing Lugnuts salvaged a series split with the Lake County Captains on Tuesday night after a six-run seventh inning. The Lugnuts won the series finale by a final score of 6-0 at Cooley Law School Stadium.
The Lansing Lugnuts tied the game in the ninth inning and won it in the twelfth inning on a RBI single by catcher Daniel Klein. Lansing won the game 7-6 over the Lake County Captains on Sunday afternoon.
The Lake County Captains (28-26, 51-70) used two homeruns in the fifth inning to propel to a 5-3 win against the Lansing Lugnuts (22-33, 54-70) on Saturday night at Cooley Law School Stadium. The Captains beat the Lugnuts for the seventh time this season.
The Lake County Captains (22-25, 45-69) fell victim to a five run fifth inning that included three errors as the Dayton Dragons (26-22, 54-63) held off a late comeback to take the series finale 9-7 on Friday night.
The Lake County Captains (22-24, 45-68) used a three-run seventh inning to take the middle game of a three-game series with the Dayton Dragons (25-22, 53-63) on Thursday night. A big inning late in the game has been the key so far in the series.
EASTLAKE, OH- The Great Lakes Loons (25-16, 52-59) scored five runs in the final two innings to win the series finale 8-3 over the Lake County Captains (19-22, 42-66) on Saturday night. In the last two games, the Captains bullpen has allowed nine runs in the final three innings of the game.
The Fort Wayne Tincaps scored four runs in the final three innings to turn a 4-3 deficit into a 7-5 victory over the Lake County Captains on Friday night in front of 3,693 fans at Classic Park. Fort Wayne won the season series 10-8.
MIDLAND, MI- The Great Lakes Loons (22-13, 49-56) used a big six-run second inning on Saturday night to take a early 6-2 lead and hang on to defeat the Lake County Captains (16-18, 39-62) 7-4. The loss was the Captains third overall and tenth to the Loons this year.
The South Bend Silver Hawks (20-14, 64-39) took a 6-4 lead with a three-run fourth inning and never looked back as they took out the Lake County Captains (16-17, 39-61) by a final score of 7-4 for the second-straight game. South Bend won two out of three games.
The Lake County Captains (16-15, 39-59) used four RBI by first baseman Joe Sever to take game one from the South Bend Silver Hawks (18-14, 62-39) by a final score of 7-5. Lake County snapped a four-game losing streak against the Silver Hawks.
The Lake County Captains (14-14, 36-58) jumped out to a 4-0 lead in the first inning and never looked back as they snapped a four-game losing streak with a 5-3 win over the Quad Cities River Bandits (15-12, 53-43) on Saturday night.
The Cedar Rapids Kernels (19-8, 59-36) used two home runs by right fielder Adam Brett Walker and a complete game from southpaw Brett Lee to defeat the Lake County Captains (13-14, 36-59) 4-1 on Friday night in front of 5,557 fans at Classic Park.
The Beloit Snappers (15-6, 58-33) scored two runs in the last two innings to walk-off and sweep the Lake County Captains (12-9, 35-53) by a final score of 7-6 on Friday night. The Captains’ bullpen faltered for the third straight night as the Snappers walked-off twice in the series.
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