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Dragons beat Ft. Wayne in 10 innings, August 1, 7-5

GAME RECAP WRITTEN BY Tom Nichols; COURTESY DAYTON DRAGONS MEDIA RELATIONS

 

Miguel Aguilar pitched well in relief to get win in wild game

Fort Wayne, Ind.—The Dayton Dragons scored two runs in the top of the 10th inning and reliever Ryan Nutof worked a scoreless bottom of the 10th as the Dragons defeated the Fort Wayne TinCaps 7-5 on Wednesday night.  The game was the start of a 14-day road trip for the Dragons and the opener to a three-game series in Fort Wayne.

 

With the score tied 5-5, the Dragons began the top of the 10th inning with their free runner at second base.  Hendrik Clementina lined a single to right-center field to bring in the run and give the Dragons a 6-5 lead.  Reshard Munroe came in to run for Clementina and stole second.  With one out, Munroe went to third on a wild pitch, and scored on J.D. Williams’ line drive single to left to make it 7-5.

 

Nutof retired all three batters he faced in the bottom of the 10th.  Dragons shortstop Jose Garcia made a great diving catch of a line drive to his left to end the game.

 

Dragons reliever Miguel Aguilar pitched out of a tough jam in the bottom of the ninth with the score tied 5-5 to send the game to extra innings.  Fort Wayne had a runner at third base with one out when Kelvin Melean hit a tapper to the side of the mound.  Aguilar fielded the ball and make an accurate throw home to get the lead runner on a tag play at the plate for the second out, and then got a fly out to right field to end the threat.

 

Aguilar (3-1) earned the win and Nutof notched his third save.

 

The Dragons scored in the first inning for the first time in 10 games, getting a pair of doubles in the inning from Garcia and Lorenzo Cedrola for the run.  In the second, they scored again when Williams walked, stole second, went to third on Mark Kolozsvary’s single to left, and scored on Garcia’s two-out, line drive single to left.

 

Fort Wayne battled back, scoring one run in the second and four more in the fifth to take a 5-2 lead.  But the Dragons responded with a three-run sixth inning to tie the score.  Mitch Piatnik delivered a run-scoring single, and Alejo Lopez added a two-run double to even the game at 5-5.

 

Dragons starting pitcher Packy Naughton pitched well before enduring a rough fifth inning.  On the night, Naughton worked five innings, allowing five runs on five hits with three walks and four strikeouts.  Aaron Quillen followed Naughton with two scoreless innings.

 

The Dragons collected 16 hits for the second time in their last four games.  Garcia, Williams, and Kolozsvary each had three hits while Clementina had two.  All four Dragons extra base hits were doubles including two by Garcia and one each for Lopez and Cedrola.

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Dayton (R-H-E):  7-16-0

Fort Wayne (R-H-E):  5-8-0

Win:  Miguel Aguilar (3-1)

Loss:  Evan Miller (3-4)

Save:  Ryan Nutof (3)

 

HRDayton:  None

HRFort Wayne:  None

 

 

In the Standings:  The Dragons improved to 19-20 in the second half with the win.  They lead the Midwest League’s East Division Second Half wildcard race (#2 seed), one and one-half games ahead of both Lake County and Fort Wayne.  West Michigan, the #1 seed, is one-half game ahead of the Dragons in the race.  There are 31 games to play.

 

Quad Cities loses to Peoria in bottom of the ninth, 3-2

GAME RECAP WRITTEN BY Jason Kempf; COURTESY QUAD CITIES RIVER BANDITS MEDIA RELATIONS

 

August 6, 2018

 

Peoria, IL – The Peoria Chiefs scored two runs in the bottom of the ninth inning to walk-off with a 3-2 win over the Quad Cities River Bandits at Dozer Park on Monday night. Each of three games in the series was decided by one run with the Chiefs winning two of them.

 

The River Bandits used a pair of solo home runs to jump in front early.  Colton Shaver, in his first game batting at the top of the order, drove the second pitch of the game from Alvaro Seijas out of the park to left field for his 12th home run of the season. In the second inning, Scott Schreiber turned on a fastball for a home run of his own.  His second long ball of the season put the Bandits on top 2-0.

 

Peoria cut their deficit in half with a run in the fifth inning, Edgardo Sandoval’s final frame on the hill.  Bryce Denton led off the inning with a single into right field and moved to second on a groundout from JR Davis.  He raced home on another single from Brandon Benson to close the gap to 2-1.

 

The Bandits carried the one run lead into the bottom of the ninth.  Jairo Solis allowed back-to-back singles to Zach Kirtley and Julio Rodriguez to open the inning before striking out Denton for the first out.  Davis tied the game with a single up the middle that scored Kirtley from second.  After the first pitch to the next hitter, Benson, Solis left with athletic trainer Elliot Diehl.  Brendan Feldmann replaced him and got a bouncer back to the mound which resulted in the lead runner being out at third. Rayder Ascanio followed with a hard groundball that bounced off of Schreiber and into right field to drive in the winning run.

 

Peoria outhit the Bandits 11-7.  Nick Plummer, Davis and Benson each finished with two hits.

 

Sandoval ended up tossing 5.0 shutout innings in his first start of the season.  He allowed one run on five hits and struck out a pair. Solis took the loss, allowing two runs on five hits in 3.1 innings.

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Quad Cities (R-H-E): 2-7-1

Peoria (R-H-E): 3-11-0

 

Win: Yokley (2-1)

Loss: Solis (2-5)

Save:

 

HRQuad Cities: Colton Shaver (12, 1st inning, 0 on base), Scott Schreiber (2, 2nd inning, 0 on base)

HRPeoria: None

 

 

The River Bandits (23-20, 63-50) will take Tuesday off before continuing the road trip in Beloit on Wednesday at Pohlman Field.  The Bandits and Snappers (26-16, 58-53) will resume a suspended game from July 3 at 6:00 p.m. with a full nine inning contest to follow.

 

All River Bandits games are broadcast on 1170 K-BOB and TuneIn Radio.  Home games are also available with video on MiLB.TV.

 

Dayton Dragons announce roster moves

PRESS RELEASE WRITTEN BY Tom Nichols; COURTESY DAYTON DRAGONS MEDIA RELATIONS

 

Dayton Dragons mascot Heater (courtesy Dayton Dragons)

August 1, 2018

 

The Dayton Dragons announced the following roster changes today:

 

Right-handed pitcher Aaron Quillen has been activated from the disabled list.

 

Left-handed pitcher Andy Cox has been placed on the disabled list.

 

The Dragons roster remains at the Midwest League limit of 25 players.

 

Dragons late rally falls short in July 31 loss to Lansing Lugnuts, 8-7

GAME RECAP WRITTEN BY Tom Nichols; COURTESY DAYTON DRAGONS MEDIA RELATIONS

 

Dayton, Ohio—The Lansing Lugnuts held off a furious Dayton comeback bid to edge the Dragons 8-7 on Tuesday night.  The game included a second inning rain delay of one hour, 26 minutes and was played before a crowd of 7,786 at Fifth Third Field.

 

Lansing built an 8-2 lead going to the bottom of the eighth inning before the Dragons exploded for a five-run frame.  J.D. Williams and Andy Sugilio each had run-scoring singles in the inning before Hendrik Clementina blasted a three-run home run to make it 8-7.  The homer by Clementina was his 14th of the season.

 

The Dragons got a lead-off single from Alejo Lopez in the bottom of the ninth, but they could not advance him past first base as the next three batters were retired and Lansing held on for the win, allowing them to take three-of-four in the series.

 

Lansing scored four runs in the top of the second inning to take an early 4-0 lead.  The Dragons answered with two runs in the third, as Reds 2018 first round draft pick Jonathan India picked up his first Midwest League RBI with a two-out run-scoring single.

 

The Dragons finished the night with 11 hits.  Lopez led the way with three and went 8 for 16 in the series to raise his batting average to .307.  Clementina’s homer was his only hit, but he went 7 for 15 in the series with two home runs and three doubles.  Andy Sugilio had two hits after going 0 for 12 in the first three games of the series.

 

Dragons starting pitcher Wendolyn Bautista (4-6) took the loss.  He worked five innings and gave up seven runs on nine hits with one walk and four strikeouts.

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Lansing (R-H-E):  8-12-1

Dayton (R-H-E):  7-11-1

Win:  Graham Spraker (2-2)

Loss:  Wendolyn Bautista (4-6)

Save:  Dany Jimenez (8)

 

HRDayton:  Hendrik Clementina (14th, 2 on base in eighth inning).

HRLansing:  Chad Spanberger (1st, 0 on base in second inning).

 

 

In the Standings:  The Dragons dropped to 18-20 in the second half with the loss.  They lead the Midwest League’s East Division Second Half wildcard race (#2 seed), one-half game ahead of both Lake County and Fort Wayne.  West Michigan moved a half game ahead of the Dragons into the #1 seed position in the race.

 

Reds prospect Jonathan India gets first MWL hit in Dragons July 30, 8-3 loss against Lansing

GAME RECAP WRITTEN BY Tom Nichols; COURTESY DAYTON DRAGONS MEDIA RELATIONS

 

Jonathan India (courtesy U of Florida)

Dayton, Ohio—The Lansing Lugnuts broke a scoreless tie with six runs in the sixth inning on the way to an 8-3 victory over the Dayton Dragons on Monday night.  A crowd of 8,217 attended the game at Fifth Third Field.

 

The game marked the Dragons debut of Reds 2018 first round draft pick Jonathan India.  He collected one hit in four at-bats, a third inning single, and also added a walk.

 

Dragons starting pitcher Patrick McGuff was outstanding over the first five innings before running into trouble in the sixth.  McGuff allowed a base hit to the first batter of the game, then held Lansing without a hit until the sixth.  McGuff retired the lead-off hitter in the sixth inning before allowing back-to-back walks and a run-scoring single that gave Lansing a 1-0 lead.  Dauri Moreta replaced McGuff and allowed hits to the first three batters he faced as Lansing scored six runs in the inning to take a 6-0 lead.

 

The Dragons scored one run in the seventh on an RBI single by Alejo Lopez, and after Lansing scored one in the eighth, the Dragons scored two in the bottom half of the inning on a triple by Raul Wallace that brought in Hendrik Clementina and Mitch Piatnik to make it 7-3.  Lansing close out the scoring with a run in the top of the ninth.

 

McGuff (1-2) was charged with the loss.  He worked five and one-third innings and was charged with three runs on only two hits with four walks and three strikeouts.  For the second straight start, McGuff left the game in the sixth inning with two men on base but was charged with both runs when the Dragons reliever who replaced him allowed the frame to become a big inning for the opponent.

 

The Dragons finished with 11 hits.  Clementina went 3 for 3 with a long double and a walk.  Garcia and Wallace each had two hits.

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Lansing (R-H-E):  8-8-0

Dayton (R-H-E):  3-11-0

Win:  Maximo Castillo (8-5)

Loss:  Patrick McGuff (1-2)

Save:  None

 

HRDayton:  None

HRLansing:  None

 

 

In the Standings:  The Dragons dropped to 18-19 in the second half with the loss.  They continue to lead the Midwest League’s East Division Second Half playoff race, one-half game ahead of both Lake County and West Michigan.

 

 

 

 

 

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