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MLB suspends two minor leagues for violations of drug policies

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The Office of the Commissioner of Baseball announced today that two Minor League players have been suspended following their violations of the Minor League Drug and Treatment Program.

Minnesota Twins Minor League pitcher Alex Banks, who is currently on the roster of the rookie-level Dominican Summer League Twins, has received a 72-game suspension without pay after testing positive for Stanozolol, a performance-enhancing substance in violation of the Minor League Drug Prevention and Treatment Program.

Boston Red Sox Minor League catcher Alberto Schmidt, who is currently on the roster of the Single-A Lowell Spinners of the New York-Penn League, has received a 76-game suspension without pay after testing positive for Stanozolol, a performance-enhancing substance in violation of the Minor League Drug Prevention and Treatment Program.

 

MLB suspends three minor leaguers for drug violations

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The Office of the Commissioner of Baseball announced this month that three Minor League players have been suspended following their violations of the Minor League Drug Prevention and Treatment Program.

Baltimore Orioles Minor League pitcher Ruben Garcia, who is currently on the roster of the Single-A Aberdeen IronBirds of the New York-Penn League, has received a 50-game suspension without pay after testing positive for Amphetamine, a stimulant in violation of the Minor League Drug Prevention and Treatment Program.

Pittsburgh Pirates Minor League pitcher Eddison Polonia, who is currently on the roster of the rookie-level Dominican Summer League Pirates 2, has received a 72-game suspension without pay after testing positive for Stanozolol, a performance-enhancing substance in violation of the Washington Nationals Minor League outfielder Jonathan Pryor, who is currently on the roster of the Single-A Auburn Doubledays of the New York-Penn League, has received a 76-game suspension without pay after testing positive for Dehydrochlormethyltestosterone, a performance-enhancing substance in violation of the Minor League Drug Prevention and Treatment Program.

 

Osvaldo Hernandez cools Dragons bats in August 3 win by Ft. Wayne, 5-2

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

Osvaldo Hernandez shut down Dragons offense

Fort Wayne, Ind.—Fort Wayne starting pitcher Osvaldo Hernandez did not allow a hit until the seventh inning as the TinCaps defeated the Dayton Dragons 5-2 on Friday night.  Fort Wayne’s victory allowed them to win the series, two-games-to-one.

 

Fort Wayne built a 3-0 lead before Dayton’s Alejo Lopez looped a single to right field to start the Dragons half of the seventh inning. Lopez went to third base when Jonathan India followed with a double to the left field fence, and Andy Sugilio’s infield ground out brought in Lopez to make it 3-1.  With two outs, Leandro Santana doubled off the right field fence to score India and make it 3-2.

 

But Fort Wayne immediately answered with two runs in the bottom of the seventh to rebuild their lead to three runs at 5-2.  The Dragons picked up only one more hit, a ninth inning bunt single by Lopez.

 

Dragons starting pitcher Mac Sceroler pitched well over his first five innings, allowing only a solo home run to Gabriel Arias in the fourth.  Sceroler gave up a two-out, two-run single in the sixth that allowed Fort Wayne to extend their lead to 3-0.  Sceroler finished with five and two-thirds innings, allowing three runs on six hits with two walks and three strikeouts.

 

Reliever Cory Thompson replaced Sceroler with two outs in the sixth and finished the inning.  But Thompson was charged with two runs in the seventh as he threw wild pitches in the inning and gave up three hits.  Brian Hunter worked the final inning and two-thirds.

 

The Dragons finished with only four hits in the game after collecting 64 over the previous five games.  Alejo Lopez was 2 for 4 to lead the way, extending his hitting streak to seven straight games.

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Dayton (R-H-E):  2-4-1

Fort Wayne (R-H-E):  5-10-0

Win:  Osvaldo Hernandez (9-4)

Loss:  Mac Sceroler (2-3)

Save:  Travis Radke (14)

 

HRDayton:  None

HRFort Wayne:  Gabriel Arias (3rd, 0 on base in fourth inning).

Notes:  The Reds announced on Friday afternoon that pitching prospect Hunter Greene is suffering from an ulnar collateral ligament sprain in his right elbow and will not pitch for the Dragons again this season.  Greene will go to Arizona for injury rehabilitation.

 

In the Standings:  The Dragons dropped to 19-22 in the second half.  They fell one-half game behind Fort Wayne in the Midwest League’s East Division Second Half wildcard race (#2 seed).  There are 29 games to play.

 

Ft. Wayne beats Dragons with 2-run walkoff on August 2, 5-4

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

Fort Wayne, Ind.—The Fort Wayne TinCaps scored two runs in the bottom of the ninth inning to battle back from a 4-3 deficit and defeat the Dayton Dragons 5-4 on Thursday night.  The two clubs have split the first two games of the series that will conclude on Friday night.

 

The Dragons nearly completed a big comeback of their own after trailing for most of the game.  Fort Wayne scored two runs in the first inning and another in the fourth to hold a 3-0 lead.  The Dragons were limited to three hits and no runs over the first six innings, but they started back in the seventh when J.D. Williams started the inning with a single, went from first to third on Reshard Munroe’s single, and scored on an error to make it 3-1.

 

In the top of the eighth, Dayton’s Hendrik Clementina blasted a solo home run with one out to make it 3-2.  It was Clementina’s 15th homer of the year.  Lorenzo Cedrola followed with a single to center, stole second, went to third on a wild pitch, and scored on Williams’ sacrifice fly to tie the game.  Munroe then belted a two-out triple and scored on a wild pitch to give the Dragons a 4-3 lead.

 

Dayton reliever Dauri Moreta pitched a perfect bottom of the eighth inning and went back to the mound for the ninth.  He allowed an infield single to start the inning and then issued a four-pitch walk to put runners at first and second with no outs.  Fort Wayne’s Kelvin Melean then bunted to the side of the mound.  Moreta fielded the bunt, but threw wildly to first base as the lead runner scored to tie the game, leaving runners at second and third with no one out.  Moreta got the first out on an infield pop up, but with the outfield drawn in, Fort Wayne’s Hunter Jarmon connected on a fly ball over the head of the Dragons center fielder, Cedrola, to bring in the winning run and end the game.

 

Dragons starting pitcher Austin Orewiler worked seven innings, allowing a two-run home run to the second batter in the first inning, and then settled in over the rest of his performance.  He allowed three runs on the night on five hits with three walks and five strikeouts, leaving the game with a 4-3 lead.  Moreta (1-1) was charged with the loss.

 

The Dragons finished with nine hits including six over the last three innings.  Monroe and Alejo Lopez each had two.  Clementina’s home run was his third in the last six games.

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Dayton (R-H-E):  4-9-1

Fort Wayne (R-H-E):  5-7-3

Win:  Dylan Coleman (1-0)

Loss:  Dauri Moreta (1-1)

Save:  None

 

HRDayton:  Hendrik Clementina (15th, 0 on base in eighth inning).

HRFort Wayne:  Jack Suwinski (6th, 1 on base in first inning).

In the Standings:  The Dragons dropped to 19-21 in the second half.  They lead the Midwest League’s East Division Second Half wildcard race (#2 seed), one-half game ahead of Fort Wayne.  There are 30 games to play.

 

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.

 

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