We're through six at Parkview Field, and the TinCaps lead 2-1.
A run on three hits in the fourth and No. 1 pick Hunter Renfroe's leadoff home run in the sixth offset a Dayton run in its half of the sixth.
After Dayton left another potential run hanging at third in its half of the fourth, the TinCaps finally solved Dayton starter Drew Cisco their half.
Renfroe got it started by beating out an infield hit with one out, his third hit in two days with the TinCaps. Gabriel Quintana followed with his second double of the game, a gapper to left-center, and Luis Domoromo followed that with a sharp single to right that chased home Renfroe with the first run of the game.
It stayed that way until the Dayton sixth, when the odds finally caught up with TinCaps starter Zach Eflin.
After stranding a runner at third four times in five innings, the Dragons finally got one home when Jesse Winker walked, went to third when Reynaldo Bruguera kicked a double-play ball into center field, and came home on Tanner Rahier's shallow single, which ended Eflin's day.