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Dayton Dragons place Garton, Pearl on disabled list


(courtesy of Dayton Dragons)

The Playoff-bound Dayton Dragons have announced that outfielder Josh Garton and right-handed pitcher Brian Pearl have been put on the diasbled list.

Outfielder Brennan May and second baseman Brandon Dailey have been promoted to Dayton from the Arizona League Reds to keep the roster at 25.

The Dragons also announced that first baseman Dominic D’Anna and outfielder Drew Poulk, both who have been on the DL for awhile, will not play again in 2011.

Garton has an elbow strain and will not play again in 2011. Pearl is out with soreness in the right elbow. His return in 2011 is questionable.

May is a 20-year-old native of Fayetteville, Georgia who was signed as a non-drafted free agent prior to the 2011 season out of Tallahassee Community College. He can play left and center field. In 45 games for the AZL Reds, May hit .274 with seven homers, 32 RBI’s and 13 steals.

The 19-year-old Dailey was drafted by the Cincinnati Reds in the 34th round of the 2010 MLB draft out of high school in Brantford, Ontario. In 43 games with the AZL Reds, he batted .298 with 1 homer, 27 RBI’s and 18 steals.

Info courtesy of the Dayton Dragons

Dragons extend winning streak to 7 with 7-1 win over Burlington


(courtesy of the Dayton Dragons)

Ronald Torreyes collected three hits to raise his batting average to .403 and three Dayton pitchers combined to allow just four hits as the Dragons defeated the Burlington Bees 7-1 on Sunday night. The start of the game was delayed three hours, one minute due to rain. There was a crowd of 8,571 in Dayton, Ohio.

The win was the seventh straight for the Dragons, giving them their longest winning streak since they were victorious seven straight times on July 7-14, 2008.

Dayton is 21-9 in the second half of the season, 56-43 on the season.

Josh Smith was due to start for Dayton, but was scartched due to the rain delay. He was replaced by Brian Pearl, Chad Rogers (4-4), the winning pitcher and Blaine Howell finished up the game.

The Dragons collected 13 hits.


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Homers from Richburg, Fluery fuel Dayton Dragons to victory

compiled from staff, wire and Dayton Dragons info

Infielder Chris Richburg and catcher Mark Fleury each connected on two-run home runs in the first inning as the Dayton Dragons defeated the Bowling Green Hot Rods 5-3 Saturday night before a crowd of 8,755 at Fifth Third Field in Dayton.

The win was the Dragons second straight in the series and lifted their record back above the .500 mark at 12-11. Bowling Green is off to a horrible start to 2010 at 5-18.

Richburg got the scoring started with a two-run blast to the left field scoreboard area in the first inning, his third homer of the year. Kevin Coddington followed with a single and Fleury lined a home run to right, his first of the year, making the score 4-0.

Chris Richburg (MiLB)

Mark Fleury (MiLB)

Dayton added another run in the second inning on a two-out RBI double by Andrew Means to take a 5-0 lead.

Bowling Green had several scoring opportunities against struggling Dragons starting pitcher Brian Pearl. They left the bases loaded 3 times only scoring 2 runs in those situations. The Hot Rod left 10 runners on base over six innings and hit into three double plays.

Reliever Chase Ware entered the game in the sixth inning and retired the first eight batters he faced. Ware allowed one run in the ninth but recorded the victory. He worked four innings, allowing three hits and one run with no walks and two strikeouts to improve his record to 3-0.


* The home runs by Richburg and Fluery marked the first time this season that the Dragons have hit two homers in the same inning.

* The Dragons are 9-5 at home this season.