Dayton Wins in Shutout

Plans to play collegiately left Sal Romano undrafted until the Reds took a chance on him in the 23rd round in 2011. He's now nineteen years old and playing in his first full professional season. He hasn't an earned run in his last two starts and his ERA has dropped to a low-four against Midwest League hitters this season.

Dayton improved their second half record to .500 with a 5-0 win at West Michigan on Thursday. Sal Romano took the mound and picked up the win by limiting the Whitecaps to three hits and three walks over six scoreless innings with five strikeouts. He picked up the win to bring his record to 5-7 on the season. Wandy Peralta, Kyle McMyne, and Ben Klimesh each tossed a scoreless inning to finish...

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