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Dayton Dragons announce roster move

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

 

June 11, 2018

 

The Dayton Dragons announced the following roster changes today:

 

Outfielder Randy Ventura has been activated from the disabled list.

 

Outfielder Miles Gordon has been placed on the disabled list.

 

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

 

 

 

Hot Rods score early, often to put away Dragons in Sunday action, 8-4

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

 

 

June 10, 2018

Dayton, Ohio—The Bowling Green Hot Rods jumped out to a 6-0 lead over the first innings and held on to defeat the Dayton Dragons 8-4 on Sunday afternoon at Fifth Third Field before a crowd of 7,706.  The Hot Rods handed the Dragons their sixth straight loss and will try for a sweep of the four-game series on Monday night.

 

The start of the game was delayed by two hours, three minutes.  When it began, Bowling Green’s Vidal Brujan hit the second pitch for a triple off the right field wall.  He scored later in the inning on Zach Rutherford’s sacrifice fly to make it 1-0.  The Hot Rods added five more runs in the second, keyed by a three-run home run by Carl Chester, to take a 6-0 lead.

 

The Dragons battled back and eventually got back to within three runs, but they could not get any closer.  The Dragons scored in the third on an RBI single by Jeter Downs, and then added another run in the fourth when Stuart Fairchild tripled and scored on John Sansone’s single to make it 6-2.

 

Bowling Green added one run in the top of the fifth, but the Dragons responded with two in the bottom of the same inning.  The first run scored on Montrell Marshall’s RBI single, and Sansone was hit by a pitch with the bases loaded to make it 7-4.  But the Dragons did not have another base runner until the bottom of the ninth and did not score again.  Bowling Green added a run in the seventh to close out the scoring.

 

Dragons starting pitcher Andrew Jordan (1-2) was charged with the loss.  He worked four and one-third innings, allowing seven runs on 10 hits with three walks and three strikeouts.  Reliever Wendolyn Bautista worked three and two-thirds, allowing one run on one hit with four strikeouts, and Dauri Moreta pitched a scoreless ninth inning.

 

The Dragons finished with nine hits.  Downs, Fairchild, and Mitch Piatnik each had two.  Fairchild’s triple was the only extra base hit.

 

The loss dropped the Dragons to 29-32 in the first half with seven games to play.  Bowling Green improved to 40-21.  The Dragons have a combined record of 4-18 against Bowling Green and Lansing, the top two teams in the East Division.  They are 25-14 against the rest of the league.

Click here for the box score

Bowling Green (R-H-E):  8-11-1

Dayton (R-H-E):  4-9-0

 

Win:  Tobias Myers (7-3)

Loss:  Andrew Jordan (1-2)

Save:  None

 

HRDayton: None

HRBowling Green: Carl Chester (3rd, 2 on base in second inning); Moises Gomez (6th, 0 on base in seventh inning).

 

 

 

Reds’ prospect Hunter Greene reaches 100-plus mph pitching speeds in 1-0 Dragons loss to Hot Rods in Saturday’s action

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

 

 

June 9, 2018

Dayton, Ohio—Bowling Green pitchers Tommy Romero and Tyler Zombro combined on a three-hit shutout as the Hot Rods edged the Dayton Dragons 1-0 on Saturday night.  A crowd of 7,883 was in attendance at Fifth Third Field.

 

Dragons starting pitcher Hunter Greene reached 101 mph on approximately 10 pitches in the game, an achievement never before reached in Dragons history in that frequency.  Greene’s 101 mph fastballs matched the Fifth Third Field record for hardest pitch in a game set originally by Aroldis Chapman on a Major League rehab assignment in 2014.  Greene had also reached 101 on three previous pitches in 2018.

Hunter Greene starting to remind Reds fans of Aroldis Chapman

 

Greene worked five innings, allowing four hits and the only run of the game with two walks and six strikeouts.  Greene allowed one run or less for the fifth time in his last six starts.  He was charged with the loss and fell to 1-4.

 

The game’s only run came in the second inning.  Bowling Green’s Devin Davis bounced a single to center field to start the inning. Greene struck out the next batter before Chris Betts lined a 100 mph fastball into the right field corner for a double, moving Davis to third.  Davis scored when the next batter, Emilio Gustave, grounded out to shortstop.

 

The Dragons only three hits were a single by Andy Sugilio in the first inning, a double by Jeter Downs in the fourth, and a single by John Sansone with one out in the ninth.  Downs’ double came with no one out in the fourth and gave the Dragons their best chance to score.  He advanced to third on Andy Sugilio’s fly out to center.  With one out, Sansone hit a hard grounder to third.  Downs tried to score and was tagged out at the plate.  The next two batters, Stuart Fairchild and Hendrik Clementina, both walked, but the inning ended when Miles Gordon’s soft looper to shallow right was caught with a leaping grab by Bowling Green second baseman Vidal Brujan as the Dragons left the bases loaded.

 

Dragons relievers Cory Thompson and John Ghyzel, both headed to the Midwest League All-Star Game, combined to work the final four innings without allowing a run.  Thompson tossed three scoreless innings in relief of Greene.

 

The Dragons fell to 29-31 in the first half.  They have lost five straight games.  Bowling Green improved to 39-21.

Click here for the box score

Bowling Green (R-H-E):  1-6-0

Dayton (R-H-E):  0-3-0

 

Win:  Tommy Romero (5-3)

Loss:  Hunter Greene (1-4)

Save:  Tyler Zombro (2)

 

HRDayton: None

HRBowling Green: None

 

 

 

Game Preview: Hunter Greene on the hill as Dragons host Hot Rods tonight at 7:07

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

 

 

Dragons GameDay

Saturday, June 9, 2018 Game # 60

Fifth Third Field l Dayton, Ohio l 7:07 p.m.

TV: Dayton’s CW (26) l Radio: Fox Sports 980 WONE

 

Bowling Green Hot Rods (38-21) at Dayton Dragons (29-30)

RH Tommy Romero (4-3, 2.36) vs. RH Hunter Greene (1-3, 6.32)

Today’s Game: The Dayton Dragons (affiliate of the Cincinnati Reds) meet the Bowling Green Hot Rods (affiliate of the Tampa Bay Rays) in the second game of a four-game series.  Season Series to Date:  Bowling Green 7, Dayton 2 (in Dayton: Hot Rods 2, Dragons 1).

2018 Team Notes

  • The Dragons need three home victories to tie the franchise record for most home wins in a half (25). They have three home games remaining, all against Bowling Green.
  • Meanwhile, the Dragons need four road wins to avoid tying the club record for fewest road wins in a half. The club record is 10. The Dragons have six road games to play. The Dragons will play three fewer road games in the first half than the scheduled number of 35 due to three postponements at Great Lakes in April.
  • The Dragons are 22-11 at home; 7-19 on the road. Their team ERA at home is 4.45 compared to 6.76 on the road. They are scoring more runs per game on the road (5.0) than at home (4.4). They have allowed 27 unearned runs on the road compared to 12 at home.
  • The Dragons have been the streakiest team in professional baseball in 2018. They started the year with a three-game losing streak, won the next nine games, lost the next eight, won nine of 10, lost the next eight, won seven of eight, lost the next three, won four of six, and have lost the last four.
  • The Dragons team ERA in their 29 wins is 3.39 (260 IP, 98 ER). The ERA in the 30 losses is 7.58 (250.2 IP, 211 ER).

Hunter Greene

2018 Individual Notes

  • Hendrik Clementina is hitting .338 on the year with a .640 slugging percentage. He is tied for fourth in the MWL in home runs with nine and tied for ninth in RBI with 34 despite not having enough plate appearances to qualify for the batting lead (he is three short of the minimum). With his current averages, he would lead the league in slugging percentage and OPS, and rank third in batting average if he qualified. Clementina was named the Cincinnati Reds Minor League Hitter of the Month for May after batting .329 with seven home runs and 20 RBI in the month.
  • John Ghyzel ranks first in the MWL lead in saves with 11.

Upcoming Probable Pitchers (Game times are Dayton time) (All games on WONE 980 AM and www.daytondragons.com)

Sunday, June 10 (2:07 p.m.): Bowling Green RH Tobias Myers (6-3, 4.96) at Dayton RH Andrew Jordan (1-1, 2.81) TV: Dayton’s CW (26)

Monday, June 11 (7:00 p.m.): Bowling Green RH Austin Franklin (3-2, 3.81) at Dayton RH Adrian Rodriguez (3-2, 6.00)

 

 

 

Bowling Green Hot Rods ride five homers to 11-4 win against Dayton

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

 

 

June 8, 2018

HOT RODS HOME RUN HITTERS

Devin Davis cracks two homers for the Hot Rods

Vidal Brujan

Taylor Walls

Ronaldo Hernandez

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dayton, Ohio—The Bowling Green Hot Rods hit five home runs including two by Devin Davis as they defeated the Dragons 11-4 on Friday night.  A crowd of 7,888 was in attendance at Fifth Third Field for the first game of a four-game set.

 

The start of the game was delayed for 91 minutes due to rain.  When it began, Bowling Green’s first two batters connected on home runs as Vidal Brujan and Taylor Walls gave the Hot Rods a 2-0 lead.

 

The Dragons responded with a solo home run by Leandro Santana in the third inning, his fourth homer of the year, to make it 2-1.  But Bowling Green broke the game open with five runs in the fifth inning, getting back-to-back home runs from Ronaldo Hernandez and Devin Davis to jump ahead 7-1.  Davis added a two-run home run in the sixth to make it 9-1.

 

The Dragons put together a scoring inning in the bottom of the sixth.  Jose Garcia doubled to left field to start the inning and went to third on Jeter Downs’ single to left.  A wild pitch brought in Garcia, and Downs scored on a triple to right-center by Stuart Fairchild to make it 9-3.

 

Bowling Green scored two in the top of the ninth before the Dragons closed out the scoring with one run in the bottom of the inning as John Sansone scored on Miles Gordon’s sacrifice fly to make it 11-4.

 

Dragons starting pitcher Tyler Mondile (1-5) was charged with the loss.  He worked the first four and one-third innings, allowing five runs on seven hits with two walks and five strikeouts.

 

The Dragons finished with eight hits.   Jeter Downs was 2 for 4 with a run scored.  The Dragons had three extra base hits including Santana’s home run, the triple by Fairchild, and a double by Montrell Marshall.

 

The Dragons fell to 29-30 in the first half as they dropped their fourth straight game.  Bowling Green improved to 38-21.

Click here for the box score

Bowling Green (R-H-E):  11-17-0

Dayton (R-H-E):  4-8-0

 

Win:  Riley O’Brien (3-1)

Loss:  Tyler Mondile (1-5)

Save:  None

 

HRDayton: Leandro Santana (4th, 0 on base in third inning).

HRBowling Green: Devin Davis, 2 (1st, 0 on base in fifth inning, 2nd, 1 on base in 6th inning); Vidal Brujan (3rd, 0 on base in first inning); Taylor Walls (3rd, 0 on base in first inning); Ronaldo Hernandez (8th, 1 on base in fifth inning);

NOTE:  THE HOME RUNS BY BRUJAN AND WALLS IN THE 1ST WERE BACK-TO-BACK; THE HOME RUNS BY HERNANDEZ AND DAVIS IN THE 5TH WERE BACK-TO-BACK.

 

 

Notes:  On Friday, outfielder Michael Beltre was promoted from Dayton to Advanced-A Daytona, while pitcher Sarkis Ohanian was placed on the disabled list.  They were replaced on the roster by pitcher Aaron Quillen, who arrived from Daytona, and outfielder Mitch Piatnik, was joined the club from extended spring training.

 

Up Next:  The Dragons host Bowling Green again on Saturday at Fifth Third Field at 7:07 p.m. in the second game of the series. Hunter Greene (1-3, 6.32) will start for Dayton against Bowling Green’s Tommy Romero (4-3, 2.36).


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