That capped a wild rally that saw Dayton score eight unanswered runs in the last three innings. The Dragons’ comeback from a 10-3 seventh-inning deficit was their largest since 2013, and it set off a raucous celebration near second base.
Prior to Okey’s hit that chased home 2016 Cincinnati Reds first-round pick Nick Senzel from second base with the winning run, the most notable moment of the game might have come from a skunk that found its way into the outfield.
Yall a Skunk ran onto the field during the game and it was the greatest thing ever #DaytonDragons pic.twitter.com/nwp1lz5Sfi— Cristina Miranda (@cmiranda28_) August 23, 2016
Talk about a memorable night at Fifth Third Field, where the Dragons have won seven games in a row.