TinCaps Top Dragons in Series Opener

The TinCaps erased a 3-1 deficit in a come-from-behind, 9-5 victory over the Dayton Dragons (Cincinnati Reds) at Parkview Field on Monday night.

Posted: Apr 8, 2019 11:49 PM

Fort Wayne, Ind. (TinCaps) – The TinCaps erased a 3-1 deficit in a come-from-behind, 9-5 victory over the Dayton Dragons (Cincinnati Reds) at Parkview Field on Monday night.

Fort Wayne (3-2) scored the game’s first run in the bottom of the first. Xavier Edwards led off the frame with a single, followed by a Tucupita Marcano single and a Blake Hunt one-out walk to load the bases. After a Justin Lopez strikeout, Dwanya Williams-Sutton coaxed a full-count walk to bring home Edwards.

Dayton (2-3) then took the lead behind two runs in the third, a single run in the top of the sixth, and sterling starting pitching from Lyon Richardson. After allowing the run in the first inning, the Florida native set down the final 10 TinCaps batters he faced, including striking out the side in the fourth inning (his final inning of work).

Fort Wayne began its onslaught with three runs in the sixth inning, an inning that featured three hits, two errors, a passed ball, and a walk. The TinCaps sent nine to the plate in the sixth, with Agustin Ruiz, Lopez and Williams-Sutton scoring the three runs by way of an error, a passed ball, and another error.

Two more runs for Fort Wayne came in the seventh inning. With two on and two out, Nick Gatewood smacked a double off of the left-field wall that scored Hunt and Williams-Sutton. Gatewood’s blast nearly cleared the wall – in fact, it was initially ruled that the Georgia native had hit a three-run home run. However, the ruling was changed, and the TinCaps’ lead briefly remained at 6-3.

Fort Wayne put the game away with three runs on five hits in the eighth inning. The TinCaps sent eight more men to the plate, with Marcano, Ruiz, and Hunt supplying the RBIs in the inning. Jawuan Harris (double), Edwards (bunt single), Marcano (RBI single), Hunt (RBI single) and Lopez (single) all had base knocks in the inning.

Dayton scored two runs in the ninth inning, but the rally was too little, too late, as Tom Colletti recorded the final three outs to secure Fort Wayne’s third victory in five games to start this season.

Not to be lost among all the offensive firepower was a strong start by Ramon Perez. The 19-year-old native of Cuba struck out eight in his five innings of work, allowing two unearned runs on just two hits. Henry Henry was also impressive in his extended relief outing, tossing three innings of one-run ball on three hits while striking out three.

Next Game

Tuesday, April 9 v. Dayton (7:05 p.m.)

- TinCaps Probable Starter: RHP Angel Acevedo

- Dragons Probable Starter: RHP Jared Solomon

Listen: ESPN Radio 1380 & 100.9 FM | TinCapsRadio.com | TuneIn

Watch: Comcast Network 81 & MiLB.TV

Indiana Coronavirus Cases

Data is updated nightly.

Confirmed Cases: 67857

Reported Deaths: 2975
CountyConfirmedDeaths
Marion14710719
Lake7037269
Elkhart458276
Allen3611157
St. Joseph311479
Hamilton2489104
Cass17509
Hendricks1742105
Vanderburgh170012
Johnson1648118
Porter117439
Tippecanoe109411
Clark107545
Madison84265
LaPorte82929
Kosciusko81612
Howard80464
Marshall74222
Bartholomew73847
Floyd68444
Monroe68430
Noble63528
Delaware63352
Boone63246
Dubois62412
Hancock61637
Jackson5514
LaGrange54210
Shelby50926
Warrick50230
Grant49629
Vigo46810
Dearborn46128
Morgan41832
Henry36118
Clinton3523
White34510
Montgomery33821
Lawrence32627
Wayne3159
Decatur31332
Harrison28922
Miami2582
Scott24710
Daviess24319
Greene23834
DeKalb2214
Putnam2218
Jennings20712
Franklin20510
Jasper2032
Steuben1993
Gibson1984
Ripley1887
Perry17112
Starke1647
Orange16324
Wabash1583
Posey1570
Fayette1547
Jefferson1492
Whitley1486
Fulton1442
Carroll1422
Wells1312
Knox1290
Huntington1183
Washington1151
Spencer1133
Newton10910
Tipton1065
Randolph1024
Clay975
Jay820
Adams812
Rush794
Owen781
Sullivan751
Pulaski711
Brown701
Fountain632
Benton600
Blackford532
Ohio504
Parke451
Pike450
Switzerland430
Crawford420
Martin420
Vermillion380
Union320
Warren191
Unassigned0200

Ohio Coronavirus Cases

Data is updated nightly.

Confirmed Cases: 93031

Reported Deaths: 3529
CountyConfirmedDeaths
Franklin17107514
Cuyahoga12646477
Hamilton9110247
Lucas4852318
Montgomery402477
Summit3248217
Marion287544
Butler268359
Mahoning2393253
Pickaway235242
Stark1679132
Lorain162076
Warren160035
Columbiana157060
Trumbull1421103
Fairfield123825
Delaware119418
Licking111642
Clark107613
Lake103435
Wood91058
Clermont83510
Medina83133
Miami76837
Tuscarawas74613
Portage71160
Allen64642
Greene61911
Belmont58926
Ashtabula53845
Richland53610
Geauga52843
Mercer52213
Erie51627
Wayne49258
Ross3874
Huron3714
Ottawa35225
Athens3441
Madison32910
Sandusky32917
Holmes3206
Darke31627
Hancock3152
Lawrence2160
Union2141
Auglaize2135
Jefferson2043
Washington19722
Putnam19317
Coshocton1856
Scioto1851
Muskingum1781
Knox1652
Crawford1645
Preble1642
Morrow1582
Shelby1574
Seneca1533
Hardin15012
Clinton1466
Fulton1391
Ashland1303
Defiance1294
Highland1271
Williams1233
Logan1201
Wyandot1195
Brown1121
Guernsey1106
Hocking1089
Carroll1075
Henry1061
Champaign1051
Perry1052
Fayette940
Monroe9018
Van Wert681
Pike660
Jackson650
Paulding590
Gallia571
Adams532
Vinton302
Meigs240
Morgan200
Harrison191
Noble160
Unassigned00
Fort Wayne
Clear
64° wxIcon
Hi: 79° Lo: 61°
Feels Like: 64°
Angola
Clear
64° wxIcon
Hi: 79° Lo: 59°
Feels Like: 64°
Huntington
Overcast
64° wxIcon
Hi: 78° Lo: 60°
Feels Like: 64°
Decatur
64° wxIcon
Hi: 78° Lo: 62°
Feels Like: 64°
Van Wert
64° wxIcon
Hi: 78° Lo: 61°
Feels Like: 64°
More scattered rain & storms on Monday
WFFT Radar
WFFT Temperatures
WFFT National

Community Events