Hurtubise was hit by a pitch to ignite the rally and Francisco Urbaez sacrificed him to second. James Free singled to right to move Hurbubise to third, and a wild pitch scored the run to make it 3-1. Alex McGarry singled to center to move Free to third, and Victor Ruiz drove in the run with an infield ground out to give the Dragons a 4-1 lead.
John Ghyzel pitched out of trouble to work a scoreless eighth inning and Ricky Karcher pitched a perfect ninth for his second save.
The Dragons finished the night with seven hits. Hurtubise and Free each had two. Urbaez had a hit in the first inning to extend his hitting streak to 14 straight games, the most this season by a Dayton batter.
With the win, the Dragons remained in first place, one-half game ahead of Lake County.
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