Grady took the loss, allowing one earned run in one and two-thirds innings.
El Paso scored twice in the top of the second to take a 2-0 lead against Wingnuts' starter Chad Sherman, with infield singles from Alberto Espinosa and Maikol Gonzalez driving in the runs.
Bellorin hit his first home run in the bottom of the second, a high flyball to left against Hodsdon that sliced El Paso's lead in half.
After El Paso scratched out a run in the fourth on a bases loaded walk to Stephen Douglas, Josh Workman hit an opposite field home run off the the scoredboard in left field in the bottom of the inning that again brought Wichita within one.
The Wingnuts took their first lead of the night in the fifth. Bellorin led off with a single to center and advanced to second on a sacrifice by Duran. Mike Conroy sent Bellorin to third with an infield single. Josh Horn followed with a two-run double down the right field line that gave the Wingnunts a 5-4 advantage.
El Paso took advantage of two two-out errors in the top of the seventh to score the tying and go-ahead runs.
Sherman took a no-decision, working the first six innings. Sherman allowed three earned runs on four hits, walking seven, and striking out six. Sherman settled in during the middle innings, retiring the final seven batters to face him after the bases loaded walk to Douglas.
Hodsdon also took a no-decision, working nine full innings and allowing five earned runs. Hodsdon allowed nine hits, two walks, struck out four, and threw 134 pitches.
Jared Simon, Kendy Batista, Logan Hoch, and Marcos Tabata joined Dew in combining for seven relief innings without allowing an earned run.
The series continues Saturday night at 7:05 p.m. Derek Blacksher takes the mound across Diablos' righty Luis Montano.
Hoch, a left-hander, was signed before the game. The 24-year old spent the last season and a half in the Detroit Tigers' organization, averaging 9.1 strikeouts per nine innings. Hoch pitched two years at Wichita State University from 2008-2010, redshirting in 2009. The Wichita native worked to a 2.18 ERA as a senior for the Shockers last season before the Tigers selected him in the 30th round. Prior to the game, the Wingnuts also traded Brandon Mathes to the Frontier League's Florence Freedom in exchange for a player to be named later.