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TinCaps cruise into final 3 innings

Fort Wayne pitcher Justin Hancock has held Bowling Green at bay and an explosive offense has his TinCaps leading Bowling Green 6-0 through six innings.

The TinCaps have gone three-up, three-down since a three-run third inning, but the Hot Rods haven't been able to dent the lead. Hancock has three strikeouts, has given up two hits and has not walked a batter in his six innings.

Relief pitcher Matthew Chabot is warming up in the Fort Wayne bullpen.

Bowling Green starter Dylan Floro finished his day after the fourth inning. He gave up nine hits, three earned runs and got three strikeouts. Jordan Harrison has come on for the Hot Rods and struck out three in the fifth inning, and also got out of a bases-loaded jam in the sixth.