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Wichita 8, Lincoln 3 &#8211; Box For the first time in their seven-year history, the Wichita Wingnuts are champions of the American Association. With an 8-3 victory over the Lincoln Saltdogs, the Wingnuts swept the three-game championship series. Wichita overcame an early deficit and rode behind a steady offense to capture the league title. Lincoln [&#8230;]
Independent Baseball Insider: Vol. 12, No. 27, September 11, 2014 By Bob Wirz After losing in the championship series the last two seasons, the Wichita (KS) Wingnuts are once again within two victories of claiming the American Association title, and if they are successful one of the primary reason will be getting infielder Abel Nieves [&#8230;]
Wichita 9, Lincoln 2 &#8211; Box The Wichita Wingnuts are just one win away from their first American Association title. Thanks in part to a six-run first inning, Wichita marched to a 9-2 win over the Lincoln Saltdogs in game two and the Wingnuts now hold a 2-0 lead in the best-of-five championship series. Wichita's [&#8230;]
Wichita 11, Lincoln 7  &#8211; Box The Wichita Wingnuts took the opening game of the 2014 American Association championship series, but it did not come easy. Wichita survived a seven-run eighth inning by the Lincoln Saltdogs and went on to win game one, 11-7. Wingnuts starting pitcher Tim Brown (pictured) was phenomenal over seven shutout innings. [&#8230;]
DURHAM, NC ' No matter where you look on the American Association offensive league leaders lists, chances are you will see Wichita Wingnuts OF Brent Clevlen (pictured). The All-Star from Austin, TX terrorized pitchers throughout 2014 and has been voted the American Association Player of the Year. Clevlen turned in his best professional season with [&#8230;]
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