The TinCaps send their hottest arm to the hill today to try to halt a pair of four-game skids.
Zach Eflin, who gave up just one hit in seven innings in his last start, gets the baseball for the TinCaps. Since the beginning of May, the 19-year-old right-hander has the lowest ERA among active pitches inthe Midwest League at 2.20.
With that resume he'll play the role of the stopper for the TinCaps, whose 7-6 loss to Dayton at Parkview Field Saturday was their fourth straight to the Dragons. They're also carrying a four-game losing streak all told into today's 3:05 p.m. first pitch.
Righty Drew Cisco (4-7, 3.98 ERA) goes for Dayton.