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Posts Tagged ‘Cedar Rapids.’

RHP Lotzkar activated off DL by Dayton Dragons

 

Kyle Lotzkar (courtesy of Dayton Dragons)

The Dayton Dragons announced on Thursday a roster move.

The team has activated Kyle Lotzkar from the disabled list.

Lotzkar suffered a strained hamstring on July 16 at Cedar Rapids.

Lotzkar has made seven starts for the Dragons this season, going 1-1 with a 5.71 ERA.

The 21-year-old was the Cincinnati Reds supplemental first round draft pick in 2007 out of South Delta High School in Delta, British Columbia, Canada. Before the 2011 season, he was rated as the 10th best prospect in the Reds organization by Baseball America.

The Dragons roster now stands at 25 players, the Midwest League limit.

 

Info courtesy of the Dayton Dragons

Dragons’ Renken selected Midwest League Pitcher of the Week

 

Daniel Renken (courtesy of Dayton Dragons)

Dayton Dragons starting pitcher Daniel Renken has been named the Midwest League’s Pitcher of the Week for the period of June 27-July 3.

A native of Orange, California, Renken had a record-tying start during the week. On June 29 against the Lansing Lugnuts, Renken struck out 14 batters in a row, including ten straight batters at one point of the game.

Renken’s 14 strikeouts matched the Dayton franchise record set by Josh Hall on August 7, 2001 vs. Cedar Rapids. Renken earned the win in the game, pitching six scoreless innings and allowing just two hits and one walk.

Renken also tied the all-time Midwest League record set in 1966 when he struck out 10 Lansing batters in a row starting with the last batter of the first inning and continuing through the last batter of the fourth inning. He became just the second pitcher in the 65-year history of the Midwest League to notch 10 strikeouts in succession and the first since May 22, 1966 when Art Groza of Burlington struck out 10 straight Dubuque batters.

 

Info compiled from the Dayton Dragons & Midwest League news

Dragons’ Renken ties pitching records in 7-1 win

 

Daniel Renken (courtesy of Dayton Dragons)

Dayton Dragons starting pitcher Daniel Renken struck out 14 batters to tie a team record as the Dragons defeated the Lansing Lugnuts, 7-1  on Wednesday night at Fifth Third Field in the Gem City.

Renken also tied an all-time Midwest League record set in 1966 when he struck out 10 consecutive Lansing batters starting with the last hitter in the first inning and continuing through the last batter of the fourth inning. He became just the second pitcher in the 65-year history of the Midwest League to earn 10 strikeouts in succession and the first since May 22, 1966 when Art Groza of Burlington punched out 10 straight Dubuque batters.

Renken’s 14 strikeouts matched the Dragons club record set by Josh Hall on August 7, 2001 against Cedar Rapids. Renken, now 3-8 on the season, earned the win, going six scoreless innings and allowing just two hits and one walk.

The Dragons at 4-2 in the second half and 39-37 overall is involved in a three-way tie for first place in the Eastern Division.

 

Info courtesy of the Dayton Dragons

Dayton Dragons lose to Cedar Rapids Kernels, 4-1

Cedar Rapids pitchers Tyler Skaggs and Tyler Kehrer combined to scatter eight hits as the Kernels defeated the Dayton Dragons 4-1 Friday Night.

There was a crowd of 8, 506 on hand at Fifth Third Field in Dayton.

Tyler Skaggs Cedar Rapids (MiLB)

Cedar Rapids completed a sweep of the three-game series.

The Kernels scored three runs in the second inning, keyed by a two-run double by Jean Segura, to take a 3-0 lead.

In the fifth, Segura belted a solo homer, his fifth of the year, to make it 4-0.

Tyler Skaggs was the winner, he’s 8-4. He worked the first five innings, allowing four hits and no runs while walking one and striking out eight.

Dragons starting pitcher Tim Crabbe (2-2) suffered the loss. He pitched four innings, allowing six hits and four runs with four walks and five strikeouts.

**Info courtesy of the Dayton Dragons

Cedar Rapids Kernels beat Dayton Dragons, 8-1

Info courtesy of the Dayton Dragons

Cedar Rapids starting pitcher Garrett Richards (8-4) fired six scoreless innings, striking out eight and allowing just two hits, as the Kernels defeated the Dayton Dragons 8-1. The Kernels have won the first two games of the series.

There were 8,070 at Fifth Third Field in Dayton to witness the 2 hour 49 minute game.

Garrett Richards Cedar Rapids (MiLB)

Richards did not allow a runner past first base over the six innings he worked. He did not issue a walk while retiring 18 of the 20 batters he faced.

Cedar Rapids enjoyed a big third inning against Dragons starting pitcher Justin Walker (3-9) to take control of the game.

Walker allowed seven runs on six hits in four innings. He walked one and struck out two.

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