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Dayton Loses in Ninth

Drew Cisco came into the Reds organization with a reputation for being very polished for a young pitching prospect and thus far he hasn't disappointed as he finishes his first full professional season. His periphery stats indicate outstanding command as he's been steady for Dayton all year.

Dayton scored two seventh inning runs to take a lead, but allowed two in the ninth in their 4-3 loss at Fort Wayne. Tanner Rahier cut a two-run deficit in half with an RBI-single in the sixth and struck again the next inning to plate the other two Dragons runs with another one. He and Sammy Diaz both finished with two of their team's eight hits. On the mound Drew Cisco got no decision from...

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