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Dayton Dragons have five players selected for 2018 Midwest League All-Star Game

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

 

Stuart Fairchild

Hendrik Clementina

Cory Thompson

John Ghyzel

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Montrell Marshall

The Midwest League today announced the rosters for the East Division and West Division all-star teams for the 2018 MWL All-Star Game at Lansing on June 19.  Five Dayton Dragons players were selected.  They are:

Catcher Hendrik Clementina (selected to start the game as the designated hitter)

Outfielder Stuart Fairchild

First baseman Montrell Marshall

Pitcher John Ghyzel

Pitcher Cory Thompson

Dragons All-Time Midwest League All-Star Game Participants

Over the first 18 years of the Dragons history, from 2000-2017, 86 Dragons players were selected to play in the Midwest League All-Star Game.  The list includes current Dragons manager Luis Bolivar as well as six players who later played in the Major League All-Star Game (Adam Dunn, Edwin EncarnacionJay BruceJohnny CuetoTravis Wood, and Justin Turner).  Here is the complete list of Dayton Dragons in the Midwest League All-Star Game:

2000: Jose Acevedo (RHP); Jim Manias (LHP); Casey Bookout (INF); Adam Dunn (OF); Austin Kearns (OF); Ray Olmedo (SS); Fernando Rios (OF); Randy Stegall (INF); Travis Thompson (RHP); Eric Welsh (1B); Braxton Whitehead (C).

2001: Randy Ruiz (1B); Wandel Campana (2B); Samone Peters (DH); Dustin Mosely (RHP).

2002: Bryan Prince (C); Edwin Encarnacion (3B); Noochie Varner (OF); Andy Boutwell (RHP); Daylon Childress (RHP); Nate Cotton (RHP); Brad Salmon (RHP).

2003: Todd Coffey (RHP); Juan Frias (LHP); Ryan Hanigan (C); Kevin Howard (2B); Domonique Lewis (OF); Mark Schramek (3B); Eddy Valdez (RHP).

2004: Luis Bolivar (INF); Chris Dickerson (OF); Calvin Medlock (RHP).

2005: Tonys Gutierrez (1B); Brad Morenko (RHP); Blake Hendley (RHP).

2006: Jay Bruce (OF); Johnny Cueto (RHP); Eric Eymann (INF); Mike Griffin (2B/OF); Blake Hendley (RHP); Craig Tatum (C); Travis Wood (LHP).

2007: Juan Francisco (3B); Rafael Gonzalez (RHP); Marcos Mateo (RHP); Drew Stubbs (OF); Justin Turner (2B); Pedro Viola (LHP); Chris Valaika (SS); Sean Watson (RHP).

2008: Jeff Jeffords (RHP); Joseph Krebs (LHP); Luis Montano (RHP); Denis Phipps (OF); Brandon Waring (3B).

2009: Kevin Coddington (C); Matt Fairel (LHP).

2010: Henry Rodriguez (2B).

2011: Daniel Corcino (RHP); Dominic D’Anna (1B); Josh Smith (RHP).

2012: Ryan Wright (2B).

2013: Alejandro Chacin (RHP); Drew Cisco (RHP); Ben Klimesh (RHP); Sean Lucas (LHP); Sal Romano (RHP); Robert Stephenson (RHP): Zach Vincej (SS); Jesse Winker (OF).

2014: Carlton Daal (SS); Ismael Guillon (LHP); Sal Romano (RHP); Nick Travieso (RHP).

2015: Tejay Antone (RHP); Brian Hunter (RHP); Tyler Mahle (RHP).

2016: Ariel Hernandez (RHP); Tanner Rainey (RHP).

2017: Michael Beltre (OF); Aaron Fossas (RHP); T.J. Friedl (OF); Scott Moss (LHP): Wennington Romero (LHP); Tony Santillan (RHP); Tyler Stephenson (C).