TinCaps Players Head Home; 2012 Turnstile Count A Record

By Dean Pantazi

September 17, 2012 Updated Sep 17, 2012 at 11:10 PM EDT

FORT WAYNE (Indiana's NewsCenter) - They left by plane and car Monday, and the 2012 TinCaps were bent but not broken after losing in four games to Wisconsin in the Midwerst League Championship Series.

And they left as the most watched team in Fort Wayne franchise history, as Sunday night's crowd of 2,304 set a new season attendance record of 408, 044, breaking the old mark of 407,394 set in 2010.

Manager Jose Valentin says we will see many player from this team move up the baseball ladder, and players say they learned a lot from their season in Fort Wayne.

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