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Quad Cities River Bandits produce Midwest League leading 12th shutout in 6-0 conquest of Cedar Rapids

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

 

July 29, 2018

 

Cedar Rapids, IA— The Quad Cities River Bandits recorded their league-leading 12th shutout of the season by defeating the Cedar Rapids Kernels 6-0 on Sunday afternoon at Veterans Memorial Stadium.  Parker Mushinski, Luis Garcia and Tanner Duncan combined to limit the Kernels to just two hits.

 

The River Bandits fired out of the gates, putting up a crooked number in the first inning against Kernels starting pitcher Jordan Balazovic.  Marty Costes opened the game with a bouncer up the middle. He went to third base when Seth Beer dropped a shallow single into center field.  The hit extended Beer’s hitting streak to 15 games.  Colton Shaver went the other way with a two-RBI triple into the right field corner to put the Bandits on the board.  Alfredo Angarita increased the lead with a double down the left field line that brought Shaver home.  Ruben Castro finished off the outburst with an RBI single past third to make it 4-0.

 

After neither team scored for the next four innings, the Bandits added to their lead in the sixth.  Angarita opened the inning with a triple that landed on the warning track in right field.  Castro drove him in by lifting a sacrifice fly into center field and the lead was 5-0.

 

In the top of the eighth, Shaver and Chandler Taylor opened the frame with back-to-back singles.  Miguelangel Sierra took advantage by lining an RBI single into left field to score Shaver and widen the gap to 6-0.

 

Mushinski went 4.0 scoreless innings and allowed just one hit.  He walked six, the most in a game this season for a Bandits pitcher. Garcia followed with 4.0 scoreless innings of his own out of the bullpen to earn the win. He allowed just one hits and walked four. Duncan closed out the game by retiring the side in order in the ninth.

 

The River Bandits outhit the Kernels 13-2.  Shaver led all hitters with three hits and two runs batted in.  Castro also drive in two runs.  Joining them with two hits were Sierra and Angarita.

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Quad Cities (R-H-E): 6-13-0

Cedar Rapids (R-H-E): 0-2-0

 

Win: Garcia (3-2)

Loss: Balazovic (5-2)

Save:

 

HRQuad Cities: None

HRCedar Rapids: None

 

 

The River Bandits (19-16, 59-46) resume the series against the Cedar Rapids Kernels (25-11, 57-48) on Monday night as the set shifts to Modern Woodmen Park.  First pitch is slated for 6:35 p.m. The Bandits will hand the ball to RHP Cesar Rosado (4-2, 4.16) on the mound against Kernels RHP Jhoan Duran (5-4, 4.73).

 

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

 

Dominating pitching performance by Mac Sceroler aids Dragons in 8-2 Sunday win over Lugnuts

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

 

 

July 29, 2018

 

Dayton, Ohio—Dayton starting pitcher Mac Sceroler (suh-ROLL-er) allowed just two hits over six scoreless innings as the Dragons defeated the Lansing Lugnuts 8-2 on Sunday afternoon.  A crowd of 7,725 was in attendance at Fifth Third Field.

 

Sceroler, who began the season with the Dragons but made only four starts in April, returned with a dominant performance.  He did not allow a hit until the fifth inning and struck out six while walking two.  Sceroler retired 13 straight Lansing batters over one stretch and earned the win to improve to 2-2 with the Dragons.  Sceroler also made seven starts at Billings, going 2-2 with the Mustangs.

Mac Sceroler handcuffed Lansing allowing 2 hits

 

The Dragons collected 16 hits in the game, including three hits apiece for Jose Garcia, Alejo Lopez, J.D. Williams, and Raul Wallace. Lorenzo Cedrola added two more.

 

The Dragons took a 1-0 lead in the second inning when Williams tripled and scored on Wallace’s infield single.  Cedrola added a two-run single in the third to make it 3-0, and Lopez was hit by a pitch with the bases loaded in the fourth to force in a run and give the Dragons a 4-0 lead.  In the sixth, Lopez lined an RBI double to left-center to bring in one run, and two batters later, Hendrik Clementina doubled to drive in Lopez and make it 6-0.

 

Sceroler was replaced by Ryan Nutof to start the seventh inning, and Nutof struggled to throw strikes.  He gave up a hit and walked three including one that forced in the first Lansing run of the day.  Nutof was replaced by Miguel Aguilar with the bases loaded and two outs, and Aguilar walked the first batter he faced to force in the second run of the inning before Ryan Noda lined out hard to second base to end the inning.

 

The Dragons responded with a two-run single from Garcia in the bottom of the seventh to make it 8-2 and close out the scoring. Aguilar was credited with a save, working the final two and one-third innings and allowing one hit but no runs.

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Lansing (R-H-E):  2-4-0

Dayton (R-H-E):  8-16-1

Win:  Mac Sceroler (2-2)

Loss:  Jordan Barrett (1-2)

Save:  Miguel Aguilar (1)

 

HRDayton:  None

HRLansing:  None

 

 

In the Standings:  The Dragons improved to 18-18 in the second half with the win.  They lead the Midwest League’s East Division Second Half playoff race, one game ahead of both South Bend and Lake County.  Lansing fell to 17-19.

 

Up Next:  The Dragons and Lugnuts battle in the third game of the four-game series at Fifth Third Field on Monday night at 7:00 p.m. Patrick McGuff (1-1, 1.80) will start for Dayton against Lansing’s Maximo Castillo (7-5, 5.46).

 

Lansing rallies late to defeat Dayton, 5-4 in Saturday’s action

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

 

July 28, 2018

 

Dayton, Ohio—The Lansing Lugnuts scored the tie-breaking run on an unusual play in the top of the eighth inning and held on to defeat the Dayton Dragons 5-4 on Saturday night.  The game was played at Fifth Third Field before a crowd of 7,881.

 

The Lugnuts scored four runs in the top of the second inning to take an early 4-0 lead.  The Dragons battled back with single runs in four different innings to tie the game 4-4 in the sixth, getting solo home runs from Hendrik Clementina in the second and Raul Wallace in the fifth.

 

In the top of the eighth, Lansing’s Ryan Noda reached on a single to right field with one out to start their rally.  Brandon Grudzielanek followed with an excellent bunt to the left side.  Dragons third baseman Leandro Santana fielded the bunt, but his throw to first was late and sailed over the head of Reshard Munroe, skipping off the back of the Lansing bullpen catcher.  Munroe retrieved the ball as Noda rounded third and tried to score.  Munroe threw home and Noda was tagged out by Dragons catcher Mark Kolozvary as Grudzielanek tried to advance all the way to third base on the play.  Kolozsvary fired to third, but the throw glanced off the glove of shortstop Jeter Downs, bounced into foul territory, and Grudzielanek came in to score.  Santana was charged with a throwing error on the play and Downs was given an error on the missed catch at third.

 

The Dragons could not advance a runner past first base over the final two innings as they fell to the Lugnuts in the first game of the four-game series.

 

Clementina had a good night at the plate for the Dragons, going 2 for 3 with his 13th home run of the year, a double, walk, and two runs scored.  Wallace also had two hits including a 414 foot home run off the batter’s eye in center field that was clocked off the bat at 110 mph.

 

Dragons starting pitcher Austin Orewiler allowed four runs (two earned) in the second but settled down and followed that rough inning with four scoreless frames.  Over his six innings, Orewiler allowed five hits with no walks and one strikeout.

 

Cory Thompson (5-4) worked two innings in relief of Orewiler and was charged with the loss, allowing the unearned run in the eighth.

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Lansing (R-H-E):  5-7-0

Dayton (R-H-E):  4-8-4

Win:  Dalton Rodriguez (2-0)

Loss:  Cory Thompson (5-4)

Save:  Matt Shannon (5)

 

HRDayton:  Hendrik Clementina (13th, 0 on base in second inning); Raul Wallace (3rd, 0 on base in fifth inning).

HRLansing:  None

 

 

In the Standings:  The Dragons fell to 17-18 in the second half with the loss.  They remained in the lead for the wildcard spot in the Midwest League’s East Division Second Half race, one-half game ahead of both Fort Wayne and Lake County.  Lansing improved to 17-18.

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Led by Cedrola’s grand slam, Dragons rally from 5 runs down to defeat TinCaps, 8-6 in Friday’s action

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

 

July 27, 2018

 

Dayton, Ohio—Lorenzo Cedrola blasted a grand slam home run to highlight a five-run seventh inning as the Dayton Dragons battled back from a five-run deficit to defeat the Fort Wayne TinCaps 8-6 on Friday.  The Dragons took two-of-three in the series from Fort Wayne.  A crowd of 7,912 was in attendance.

 

Fort Wayne built a 5-0 lead over the first four innings before the Dragons started back in the bottom of the fourth with a two-run home run by Mark Kolozvary, his second homer of the year.  Fort Wayne responded with a run in the top of the fifth, but the Dragons got a run-scoring single from Andy Sugilio in the bottom of the fifth to make it 6-3.

Lorenzo Cedrola

 

In the seventh, Cedrola came to bat with the bases loaded and one out and lifted a high drive down the left field line that hit the netting just to the right of the foul pole to give the Dragons a 7-6 lead.  Jeter Downs, on his 20th birthday, followed with his 11th home run of the season to make it 8-6.  The home run by Cedrola was the first grand slam of the year for the Dragons, and the back-to-back home runs capped off a five-run inning.

 

Dragons reliever Dauri Moreta, who re-joined the team from Billings earlier in the day, entered the game to start the eighth and pitched a perfect inning, striking out two.  Moreta remained in the game for the ninth and retired the first two batters before allowing a single to bring the tying run to the plate.  But Moreta got strikeout on a 3-2 pitch to end the game and notch his first save.

 

Left-handed reliever Andy Cox (1-0) was credited with the win.  He tossed two scoreless innings, allowing one hit and one walk with two strikeouts.  Dragons starting pitcher Packy Naughton had one inning and left after the fifth.  He gave up six runs on 11 hits with no walks and five strikeouts.

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Fort Wayne (R-H-E):  6-13-3

Dayton (R-H-E):  8-7-1

Win:  Andy Cox (1-0)

Loss:  Jose Quezada (0-1)

Save:  Dauri Moreta (1)

 

HRDayton:  Mark Kolozsvary (2nd, 1 on base in fourth inning); Lorenzo Cedrola (1st, 3 on base in seventh inning—grand slam); Jeter Downs (11th, 0 on base in seventh inning).

HRFort Wayne:  Gabriel Arias (2nd, 0 on base in second inning); Esteury Ruiz (10th, 0 on base in fourth inning).

NOTE:  THE HOME RUNS BY CEDROLA AND DOWNS WERE BACK-TO-BACK IN THE 7TH INNING.

 

 

In the Standings:  The Dragons improved to 17-17 in the second half with the win.  They moved back into the lead in the race for the wildcard spot in the Midwest League’s East Division Second Half race.  Fort Wayne fell to 15-18.

 

Dayton Dragons make roster moves

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

 

July 27, 2018

 

The Dayton Dragons announced the following roster changes today:

 

Right-handed pitcher Aaron Quillen has been placed on the disabled list.

 

Right-handed pitcher Dauri Moreta has been promoted to Dayton from Billings (Pioneer League).

 

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

 

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