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Bowling Green Hot Rods beat Dragons 5-1 (August 15)

Bowling Green, Ky.—Bowling Green pitchers Miller Hogan and Michael Costanzo combined to scatter six hits without allowing a walk as the Hot Rods topped the Dayton Dragons 5-1 on Thursday night.  The two clubs have split the first two games of the three-game series that will conclude on Friday night in Bowling Green.

 

Bowling Green’s Ford Proctor got the scoring started with a two-run home run in the third inning.  Dayton’s Juan Martinez responded with a solo homer in the fourth, his seventh home run of the year, to make it 2-1.  But the Dragons were shutout over the rest of the night, collecting just one hit after the fifth inning.  Bowling Green took command with three runs in the sixth to close out the scoring.

 

Dragons starting pitcher Lyon Richardson (2-9) was charged with the loss.  He worked five innings and allowed two runs on three hits with one walk and four strikeouts.  Richardson left the game trailing 2-1.

 

Dragons reliever Carlos Machorro returned to the club to pitch for the first time in 24 days.  He threw 40 pitches in one inning of work, allowing three runs on three hits with two walks and one strikeout.  Moises Nova fired two scoreless innings, allowing one hit and one walk with three strikeouts.

 

Juan Martinez led the Dragons offensively with the home run and a single, going 2 for 4.

 

Dayton (R-H-E): 1-7-1

Bowling Green (R-H-E): 5-7-1

Win: Miller Hogan (5-3)

Loss: Lyon Richardson (2-9)

Save: None

HRDayton: Juan Martinez (7th, 0 on base in 4th inning).

HRBowling Green: Ford Proctor (6th, 1 on base in 3rd inning).

Dragons GameDay

Thursday, August 15, 2019 Game # 52 (122)

Bowling Green Ballpark l Bowling Green, Ky. l 7:35 p.m.

Radio: Fox Sports 980 WONE

Dayton Dragons (22-29, 50-71) at Bowling Green Hot Rods (30-21, 69-52)

RH Lyon Richardson (2-8, 4.95) vs. RH Miller Hogan (4-3, 3.10)

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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 three-game series.

 

Last Game:  Wednesday:  Dayton 4, Bowling Green 1 (12 innings).  In the longest game under the current rules format that began at the start of the 2018 season, the Dragons outlasted the Hot Rods in a game played in 4:11.  Dayton scored three unearned runs in the top of the 12th to break a 1-1 tie.  Both teams scored one run in the 11th inning to break a scoreless tie.  Bowling Green was 0 for 17 with men in scoring position (stranding 13) while the Dragons were 2 for 14.  Eddy Demurias became the first Dayton pitcher to bat since Nick Travieso in 2014 when he grounded into a fielder’s choice in the 12th after entering the game as a pinch runner in the 10th (Dragons had used every position player when Demurias came to bat as the DH in the 12th).

 

The Playoff Chase:  With 19 games to play, the Dragons face a six-game deficit in the race for a playoff spot.  South Bend is the wildcard leader.

Individual Notes

  • Morgan Lofstrom has a seven-game hitting streak, batting .375 with one home run and seven runs batted in.
  • Mariel Bautista is hitting .328 with one home run over his last 14 games.
  • Matt Lloyd hit a three-run home run in his first swing of his first game with the Dragons on August 9, becoming the second Dragons player this season to hit a homer in his first game with the club (Jay Schuyler on Opening Night).  Lloyd started his pro career at Billings earlier this summer by hitting home runs in his second, third, and fourth games with the team.  He was a 1st Team All-Big Ten choice at Indiana in both 2018 and 2019 and also served as the Hoosiers closer on the mound.
  • Matt Pidich over his last 26 games:  1.39 ERA, 45.1 IP, 29 H, 15 R, 7 ER, 14 BB, 50 SO.

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

Friday, August 16 (7:35 p.m.):  Dayton LH Connor Curlis (4-4, 2.47) at Bowling Green RH Alan Strong (8-4, 3.06)

 

GAME RECAP & GAME NOTES WRITTEN BY Tom Nichols & Josh Hess; COURTESY DRAGONS MEDIA RELATIONS

 

 

 

Dragons win 4-hour marathon game at Bowling Green, 4-1 (August 14)

Bowling Green, Ky.—The Dayton Dragons scored three runs in the top of the 12th inning and held on to defeat the Bowling Green Hot Rods 4-1 on Wednesday night in the longest Dragons game in more than two years.  Five Dayton pitchers combined to allow just four hits and no earned runs as Bowling Green went 0 for 17 with runners in scoring position.

 

The game lasted four hours, 11 minutes, making it the longest Dragons game in terms of both innings and clock time since Minor League Baseball adopted the current format of a “free runner” at second base to start each inning once the game goes beyond nine innings.  The format was utilized beginning with the 2018 season.  The last Dragons game to go longer was July 20, 2017, when the Dragons played a 13-inning game against Peoria that lasted four hours, 27 minutes.

 

After the Dragons broke a 1-1 tie with three runs in the top of the 12th, reliever Matt Pidich tossed a scoreless bottom of the inning to close out the Dragons win.

 

The Dragons started the top of the 12th with free runner Juan Martinez at second base.  Matt Lloyd led off the inning with a base hit to left, moving Martinez to third.  Dragons pitcher Eddy Demurias, who had entered the game as a pinch runner in the 10th, came to bat with runners at first and third and no outs with no position players left on the bench to pinch hit.  In the first at-bat for a Dayton pitcher since Nick Travieso went to the plate in 2014, Demurias hit a slow roller to third, and Martinez was thrown out at the plate trying to score.  The result of the play left Lloyd at second and Demurias at first with one out.  Randy Ventura then hit a chopper to the right side of the infield that was fielded by Bowling Green first baseman Seaver Whalen, who initially looked to second base, then turned and threw to first.  Whalen’s throw struck Ventura and bounced away, allowing both Lloyd and Demurias to score as Ventura went to third.  Miles Gordon’s infield ground out brought in Ventura to make it 4-1.

 

Pidich retired all three batters he faced in the bottom of the 12th.  He was credited with the win to improve to 3-3.

 

The game was scoreless until the Dragons posted a run in the top of the 11th on a two-out single by Morgan Lofstrom to drive in Miguel Hernandez and give Dayton a 1-0 lead.  But Bowling Green tied the game in the bottom of the 11th on Ventura’s two-base throwing error at second base that brought in a runner from second with one out.  Pidich had to pitch out of a runner at second, out-out jam to get the game to the 12th inning.

 

Neither team scored in the 10th inning as Dragons reliever Clate Schmidt worked out of a tough situation to keep his team alive.  After the Dragons failed to score in the top of the 10th, Bowling Green started the bottom half of the inning with their free runner at second and no outs, but Schmidt worked out of trouble before giving way to Pidich to start the 11th.

 

Dragons starting pitcher Adrian Rodriguez worked four and one-third scoreless innings, allowing three hits and three walks with three strikeouts.  Reliever Jerry D’Andrea was outstanding after replacing Rodriguez with two men on base and one out in the fifth.  He retired all five batters he faced, including four on strikeouts.  Andrew McDonald worked two scoreless innings, pitching out of a bases loaded, two-out jam in the eighth.  Schmidt also tossed two scoreless innings, allowing no hits or walks.

 

The Dragons finished the night with seven hits including two each by Lloyd and Mariel Bautista.  Lofstrom’s RBI single extended his hitting streak to seven straight games.

 

Dayton (R-H-E): 4-7-2

Bowling Green (R-H-E): 1-4-3

Win:  Matt Pidich (3-3)

Loss:  Hector Figueroa (0-1)

Save: None

HRDayton: None

HRBowling Green: None

Dragons GameDay

Wednesday, August 14, 2019 Game # 51 (121)

Bowling Green Ballpark l Bowling Green, Ky. l 7:35 p.m.

Radio: Fox Sports 980 WONE

Dayton Dragons (21-29, 49-71) at Bowling Green Hot Rods (30-20, 69-51)

RH Adrian Rodriguez (5-2, 3.95) vs. RH Shane Baz (3-2, 3.34)

Click Here for the complete Press Box Notes packet

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 first game of a three-game series.

 

Last Game:  Monday:  Lansing 4, Dayton 3.  The Lugnuts built a 4-1 lead over the first six innings and carried that lead into the ninth before holding off a Dayton comeback effort.  The Dragons scored two runs in the ninth on a two-out, two-run double by Morgan Lofstrom and had the tying and winning runs on base when the game ended.  Cameron Warren and Mariel Bautista each had two hits for Dayton.

 

The Playoff Chase:  With 20 games to play, the Dragons face a six-game deficit in the race for a playoff spot.  South Bend is the wildcard leader.

Individual Notes

  • Morgan Lofstrom has a six-game hitting streak, batting .421 with one home run.
  • Mariel Bautista is hitting .321 with one home run over his last 13 games.
  • Jay Schuyler is batting .304 with two home runs over his last 16 games.
  • Miles Gordon has a four-game hitting streak, going 4 for 12 (.333).
  • Matt Lloyd hit a three-run home run in his first swing of his first game with the Dragons on Friday, becoming the second Dragons player this season to hit a homer in his first game with the club (Jay Schuyler on Opening Night).  Lloyd started his pro career at Billings earlier this summer by hitting home runs in his second, third, and fourth games with the team.  He was a 1st Team All-Big Ten choice at Indiana in both 2018 and 2019 and also served as the Hoosiers closer on the mound.
  • Matt Pidich over his last 25 games:  1.45 ERA, 43.1 IP, 29 H, 14 R, 7 ER, 13 BB, 47 SO.

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

Thursday, August 15 (7:35 p.m.):  Dayton RH Lyon Richardson (2-8, 4.95) at Bowling Green RH Miller Hogan (4-3, 3.10)

Friday, August 16 (7:35 p.m.):  Dayton LH Connor Curlis (4-4, 2.47) at Bowling Green RH Alan Strong (8-4, 3.06)

 

GAME RECAP & GAME NOTES WRITTEN BY Tom Nichols & Josh Hess; COURTESY DRAGONS MEDIA RELATIONS

 

 

 

Dayton Dragons recent roster moves

August 14, 2019

 

The Dayton Dragons announced the following roster changes today:

 

Right-handed pitcher Carlos Machorro has been activated from the temporary inactive list.

 

Right-handed pitcher Randy Wynne has been transferred from Dayton to Greeneville (Appalachian League).

 

Left-handed pitcher Alec Byrd has been transferred from Dayton to Billings (Pioneer League).

 

PRESS RELEASE DAYTON DRAGONS MEDIA RELATIONS

 

Scheffler takes control at 16th hole; holds on to win 2019 Nationwide Children’s Championship

 

 

Scott Scheffler says when is on the golf course, he knows where he is on the leaderboard and what he has to do to stay there (megasportsnews.com)

 

SCOTT SCHEFFLER MEETS WITH THE MEDIA ON THE 18TH GREEN

65,278 Scott Scheffler 2019 NCHC Winner Takes us through his final round. 8 18 2019

65,279 Scott Scheffler 2019 NCHC Winner Does he look at the leaderboard while playing 8 18 2019

65,280 Scott Scheffler 2019 NCHC Winner How does it feel to be in the #1 spot in the Korn Ferry Tour Finals 8 18 2019

65,283 Scott Scheffler 2019 NCHW He took the lead on 16 So were you aware of it 8 18 2019

 

Second Korn Ferry Tour title

 

Final-Round Leaderboard

Pos. Name Scores
1 Scottie Scheffler 70-68-67-67—272 (-12)
T2 Brendon Todd 72-64-71-67—274 (-10)
T2 Beau Hossler 69-69-68-68—274 (-10)
T2 Ben Taylor 68-69-69-68—274 (-10)
T5 Robert Streb 67-71-71-66—275 (-9)
T5 Brandon Hagy 68-67-69-71—275 (-9)

COLUMBUS, Ohio – Dallas native Scottie Scheffler won the Nationwide Children’s Hospital Championship after posting a final-round 4-under 67 to claim the title at 12-under 272. A trio of players including Brendon Todd, Beau Hossler and Ben Taylor finished two strokes back at 10-under 274. Defending champion Robert Streb and third round co-leader Brandon Hagy finished tied for fifth at 9-under 275.

 

After notching a string of birdies at the fourth, fifth and sixth holes at the Ohio State University Golf Club’s Scarlet Course, Scheffler dropped his only shot of the day with a bogey at No. 7. Hagy, playing in the final group immediately behind Scheffler, holed out for eagle at No. 7 to jump two shots ahead of Scheffler at the time. A flawless inward nine with birdies at Nos. 12 and 16, combined with Hagy and others failing to mount a challenge, secured the second victory of the season for Scheffler.

 

“This definitely does a lot for my confidence,” Scheffler said. “It’s nice to get another win, it’s a lot of fun. So, I’m looking forward to the next couple weeks and then getting the (PGA TOUR) season started here in about a month.”

 

Scheffler led the Korn Ferry Tour in birdies during a stellar rookie season, earning his first professional victory at the Evans Scholars Invitational in May. He closed the Regular Season at No. 3 in The 25 to earn his PGA TOUR card for 2019-20. During a standout career at the University of Texas, Scheffler qualified for the U.S. Open in 2016 and 2017, earning low-am honors in the latter.

 

“My goal at the beginning of the year was to hopefully get the No. 1 spot and it’s nice to be in position to lock that up,” Scheffler said.

 

Scheffler, now with two victories and a PGA TOUR card secured, was reminded of where he was just nine months ago, grinding it out at the Korn Ferry Qualifying Tournament.

 

“I had to get up and down on my last two holes at Q‑School to just get starts at the beginning of the year,” Scheffler recalled. “Two very tough up‑and‑downs. I was able to do that. And it’s weird looking back how like how small the margins are out here.”

 

One-time PGA TOUR winner Todd hit 15 of 18 greens in regulation for the second day in a row while mixing six birdies with two bogeys for a 4-under 67 and was happy with his share of second to guarantee a return to the TOUR.

 

“Today I felt great,” Todd said. “I felt really in control. I made a couple of errors on the back nine I wish I could have back, but overall, I really flushed it.”

 

Todd had struggled with his game for several years before seeing notable improvement this year, making the cut in seven of 11 PGA TOUR starts. Before those 11 starts in the 2018-19 PGA TOUR season, the only cut he’d made in his 20 previous starts was a tie for 70th at the 2017 AT&T Byron Nelson, the tournament he won in 2014 for his lone PGA TOUR title.

 

Hossler, who bogeyed No. 17 to drop out of a share of the lead at the time, is headed back to the PGA TOUR with improved status after posting four sub-70 rounds at the Scarlet Course. This season he made 16 cuts in 27 starts in his sophomore year, finishing No. 145 in the FedExCup. The former University of Texas standout returned to the Korn Ferry Tour for the first time since 2017, where he recorded five top-25s in 14 starts.

 

England’s Ben Taylor wrapped up a PGA TOUR card with his share of a runner-up finish in Columbus. Taylor, a former LSU star who has appeared in just three PGA TOUR events, made the cut in 12 of 19 Korn Ferry Tour events he contested during the Regular Season. The Arsenal football team supporter joined Hossler as the only two players with four rounds in the 60s this week.

With a 5-under 66, defending champion Streb finished tied for fifth with Hagy. Streb was one of just two players (Cameron Percy, 68) to fire a bogey-free final round. Hagy, who closed with an even-par 71, was the only player to finish inside the top-10 without shooting under-par in the final round.

 

Four players who spent the 2018-19 season on the PGA TOUR – each from different countries – finished tied for seventh at 8-under 276; Curtis Luck (Australia), Tom Hoge (United States), Justin Harding (South Africa) and Anirban Lahiri (India).

 

Norway’s Viktor Hovland finished tied for 11th with two other players at 7-under 277.

 

Third-round co-leader José de Jesús Rodríguez stumbled with a 6-over 77 to finish in a tie for 32nd.

 

 

SUNDAY NOTES:

* Sunday’s weather: Partly cloudy, with a high of 92. Wind S/SW at 7-14 mph, gusting to 20 mph.

* This week’s purse is $1,000,000, with $180,000 going to the champion, Scottie Scheffler. He also receives 1,000 Korn Ferry Tour Points.

* With the victory, Scheffler becomes the fourth player to win twice this season joining Robby Shelton (Nashville Golf Open Benefitting the Snedeker Foundation & Knoxville Open), Xinjun Zhang (Dormie Network Classic at Briggs Ranch & Lincoln Land Championship presented by LRS) and Kristoffer Ventura (Utah Championship presented by Zions Bank & Pinnacle Bank Championship presented by Chevrolet).

* Scheffler finished the week fourth in putts per green in regulation with 100 putts on 57 greens.

* Brendon Todd (T2/-10), Beau Hossler (T2/-10), Ben Taylor (T2/-10), Robert Streb (T5/-9) and Brandon Hagy (T5/-9) all surpassed the 200-point threshold estimated to secure players a 2019-20 PGA TOUR card at the conclusion of the Korn Ferry Tour Finals.

* José de Jesús Rodríguez, who co-led through three rounds with Hagy, finished the week T32 at 3-under.

* Robert Streb, who won in Columbus last season, had the low round of the day with a 5-under 66 on Sunday.

* Bo Hoag, a standout for the Ohio State Buckeyes before turning professional who won his first Korn Ferry Tour title and PGA TOUR card at last week’s event in Portland, finished T64 at 3-over.

* Kevin Chappell finished the week T62 at even-par. In 2008, Chappell made his professional debut in Columbus, finishing T40 that week. Chappell, who has been recovering from microdiscectomy surgery, last competed at the PGA TOUR’s 2018 Mayakoba Golf Classic.

* First round co-leaders Viktor Hovland and Cameron Percy both finished T11 at 7-under.

* Kevin Dougherty, who led after 36 holes, finished the week T62 at 2-over.

* It is estimated that players with 200 or more Korn Ferry Tour Points at the conclusion of the Korn Ferry Tour Finals will secure a 2019-20 PGA TOUR card.

* The par-4 11th hole (473 yards) ranked as the toughest hole on the course Sunday with a scoring average of 4.280.

* The par-5 fourth hole (575 yards) ranked as the easiest hole on Sunday. The hole played to an average of 4.507 and yielded four eagles and 39 birdies.

 

 

*Ohio State University Golf Club – Scarlet Course Scoring Average:

Front                    Back                     Total                     Cumulative

R1                                        36.232                  35.580                   71.812

R2                                        35.933                  35.642                   71.575                   71.693

R3                                        35.413                  35.173                   70.587                   71.342

R4                                        35.320                  35.467                   70.787                   71.190

2019 NCHC Winner's Trophy (megasportsnews.com)

MATCH RECAP WRITTEN BY Sean Wildhack; COURTESY PGA TOUR COMMUNICATIONS

2019 Cincinnati Bengals Coaching Staff: Simmons highlights holdovers

 

Zac Taylor was named the 10th head coach in Cincinnati Bengals history on Feb. 4, 2019. He comes to Cincinnati after two seasons with the L.A. Rams, where he served as assistant wide receivers coach in 2017 and quarterbacks coach in ’18. In 2018, Taylor helped guide Rams QB Jared Goff to career highs in every major passing category — completions (364), attempts (561), passing yards (4688), passing TDs (32), completion percentage (64.9), yards per attempt (8.36) and passer rating (101.1). Goff ranked fourth in the NFL in passing yards and eighth in passer rating. The Rams’ QB play was a key component to their offense, which finished the regular season ranked second in the NFL in total net yards (421.1 per game), fifth in net passing yards (281.7), second in scoring (32.9), first in first downs (401) and fifth in third-down percentage (45.0). Los Angeles won the NFC West with a 13-3 regular-season record and advanced to Super Bowl LIII against the New England Patriots. In 2017, Taylor helped oversee an emerging Rams passing offense that ranked 10th in the NFL in pass yards per game (239.4). Taylor directed the Rams’ young receiving corps, headed by rookie Cooper Kupp, who finished the season with 62 catches, a team-high 869 receiving yards and five TDs. Kupp (869 yards), TE Gerald Everett (244) and WR Josh Reynolds (104) — all rookies — helped the Rams finish with the third-most receiving yards among rookie pass catchers.

Prior to his time with the Rams, Taylor had a one-year stint in the college ranks, serving as offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at the University of Cincinnati in 2016. Taylor served under head coach Tommy Tuberville at UC. Taylor broke into NFL coaching in 2012 with the Miami Dolphins as assistant quarterbacks coach. He was elevated to quarterbacks coach from 2013-15, and spent the final five games of ’15 as the Dolphins’ interim offensive coordinator and primary play-caller, after the team made coaching staff changes in late November. During his time in Miami, Taylor was instrumental in the development of QB Ryan Tannehill, the team’s first-round draft pick in 2012. Taylor’s coaching career began at Texas A&M University, where he served as offensive graduate assistant and tight ends coach under head coach Mike Sherman from 2008-11. The Aggies shared the Big 12 South Championship in 2010 and played in three bowl games during Taylor’s time in College Station. As a player, Taylor began his collegiate career at Wake Forest (2002-03), before transferring to Butler County Community College in Kansas (’04) and then playing his final two seasons (’05-06) at the University of Nebraska. Taylor had a decorated career with the Cornhuskers, setting numerous school records and passing for a combined 5850 yards and 45 touchdowns. In his senior season of 2006, Taylor was named Big 12 Offensive Player of the Year after passing for 3197 total yards and leading the Cornhuskers to a 9-3 record, an appearance in the Big 12 Championship Game and a berth in the Cotton Bowl. He was inducted into the Nebraska Football Hall of Fame in 2017. Taylor joined the Tampa Bay Buccaneers as a college free agent in 2007, but he was waived prior to the start of training camp and never saw NFL action. Later that year, he joined the Winnipeg Blue Bombers of the Canadian Football League, where he spent one season (did not play). His father, Sherwood, was a defensive back and captain at the University of Oklahoma, playing under Sooners head coach Barry Switzer from 1976-79. Sherwood Taylor later served as an assistant coach at Oklahoma and Kansas State University. Taylor’s brother, Press, played quarterback at Marshall University and is currently quarterbacks coach for the Philadelphia Eagles. Taylor was born on May 10, 1983, in Norman, Okla., where he was raised and later attended Norman High School. He earned a bachelor’s degree in communication studies from the University of Nebraska in 2006. He and his wife, Sarah, have four children — Brooks, Luke, Emma Claire and Milly. Sarah Taylor is the daughter of former Green Bay Packers and Texas A&M head coach Mike Sherman.

Bengals’ 2019 coaching staff: Bengals head coach Zac Taylor enters 2019 with 22 assistant coaches — 15 who are new this season and seven who return from the ’18 staff. The team’s offensive coordinator, Brian Callahan, and defensive coordinator, Lou Anarumo, highlight the new additions, while special teams coordinator Darrin Simmons, the longest-tenured coach on the staff at 17 years, highlights the returning coaches. Here’s a look at the new staff, which at 23 coaches is the largest in team history (an asterisk denotes a coach who returns from 2018): HEAD COACH: ● Zac Taylor ASSISTANT COACHES: ● Lou Anarumo (defensive coordinator) ● Bob Bicknell* (wide receivers) ● Joey Boese (strength and conditioning) ● Brian Callahan (offensive coordinator) ● James Casey (tight ends) ● Gerald Chatman (defensive assistant) ● Brayden Coombs* (assistant special teams) ● Mark Duffner (senior defensive assistant) ● Nick Eason (defensive line) ● Todd Hunt (assistant strength and conditioning) ● Daronte Jones* (secondary/cornerbacks) ● Jordan Kovacs (defensive quality control) ● Brad Kragthorpe (offensive assistant) ● Robert Livingston* (secondary/safeties) ● Tem Lukabu (linebackers) ● Ben Martin (assistant offensive line) ● Dan Pitcher* (assistant quarterbacks) ● Darrin Simmons* (special teams coordinator) ● Jemal Singleton (running backs) ● Garrett Swanson (assistant strength and conditioning) ● Jim Turner (offensive line) ● Alex Van Pelt* (quarterbacks)

 

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