Whitecaps wash out Dayton


Dayton Dragons second baseman Ty Washington tosses the ball to first to get a runner out in a game against West Michigan, Wednesday night at Fifth Third Field. A record crowd of 9,796 showed up to cheer on the Dragons as they looked to extend their home-game winning streak, but the Whitecaps scored three runs in the top of the ninth to beat Dayton, 5-4.


Chris Greene | Greene County News

Dayton Dragons pitcher Wyatt Strahan pitches in a game against West Michigan, Wednesday at Fifth Third Field.


Chris Greene | Greene County News

Dayton’s Narciso Crook slides into third base and avoids the out in a game against the Whitecaps, Wednesday, at Fifth Third Field.


Chris Greene | Greene County News

Dayton Dragons second baseman Ty Washington tosses the ball to first to get a runner out in a game against West Michigan, Wednesday night at Fifth Third Field. A record crowd of 9,796 showed up to cheer on the Dragons as they looked to extend their home-game winning streak, but the Whitecaps scored three runs in the top of the ninth to beat Dayton, 5-4.

Dayton Dragons pitcher Wyatt Strahan pitches in a game against West Michigan, Wednesday at Fifth Third Field.

Dayton’s Narciso Crook slides into third base and avoids the out in a game against the Whitecaps, Wednesday, at Fifth Third Field.

Dayton Dragons second baseman Ty Washington tosses the ball to first to get a runner out in a game against West Michigan, Wednesday night at Fifth Third Field. A record crowd of 9,796 showed up to cheer on the Dragons as they looked to extend their home-game winning streak, but the Whitecaps scored three runs in the top of the ninth to beat Dayton, 5-4.
http://xeniagazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/web1_Dayton-Dragons-vs-West-Michigan-7.22.15-5-.jpgDayton Dragons second baseman Ty Washington tosses the ball to first to get a runner out in a game against West Michigan, Wednesday night at Fifth Third Field. A record crowd of 9,796 showed up to cheer on the Dragons as they looked to extend their home-game winning streak, but the Whitecaps scored three runs in the top of the ninth to beat Dayton, 5-4. Chris Greene | Greene County News

Dayton Dragons pitcher Wyatt Strahan pitches in a game against West Michigan, Wednesday at Fifth Third Field.
http://xeniagazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/web1_Dayton-Dragons-vs-West-Michigan-7.22.15-1-.jpgDayton Dragons pitcher Wyatt Strahan pitches in a game against West Michigan, Wednesday at Fifth Third Field. Chris Greene | Greene County News

Dayton’s Narciso Crook slides into third base and avoids the out in a game against the Whitecaps, Wednesday, at Fifth Third Field.
http://xeniagazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/web1_Dayton-Dragons-vs-West-Michigan-7.22.15-61-.jpgDayton’s Narciso Crook slides into third base and avoids the out in a game against the Whitecaps, Wednesday, at Fifth Third Field. Chris Greene | Greene County News
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