Dayton was on the road this afternoon and the Dragons used a five-run eight inning to apprehend the Quad City River Bandits.

Drew Cisco started for Dayton and had his second strong outing in a row. He seems to be pulling out of a his mini-slump. His final line was 6.0IP 4H 1R 1ER 0BB 2K. His K/BB on the season is now 78/12.

Seth Mejias-Brean stayed hot with the bat, going 3 for 5 with a triple. He went 12-25 on this road trip. The rest of the hits were spread out evenly. Dayton bunched five of their eight hits in their five-run rally.

Michael Lorenzen had a bit of a rocky outing, giving up a hit and a walk in one-third of an inning. Joel Bender came on to pick up his slack. Bender worked 2.2 scoreless inning to notch the victory.

The 5-1 win pushes the Dragons' record in the second half to 13-12.