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Posts Tagged ‘Davenport Iowa.’

Dragons out slug Quad Cities, 12-8

 

Tucker Barnhart (courtesy of Dayton Dragons)

Tucker Barnhart collected a run-scoring single in the top of the ninth inning that broke an 8-8 tie and the Dayton Dragons went on to defeat the Quad Cities River Bandits in Davenport, Iowa on Thursday night.

Dayton improved to 14-6 in the second half of the season and lead the Eastern Division by two games, with a 49-41 record.

The Dragons offense collected 15 hits, with Ronald Torreyes and Yorman Rodriguez each had three. Rodriguez drove home four runs and Barnhart had three RBI’s.

Dragons starting pitcher Daniel Corcino struggled in his second straight outing, pitching five innings and allowing seven hits and five earned runs with two walks and six strikeouts. He received a no decision.

 

Info courtesy of the Dayton Dragons

Quad Cities River Bandits 7 Dayton Dragons 5

 

(courtesy of the Quad Cities River Badits via wikipedia commons)

Kolten Wong and Cody Stanley hit first inning home runs as the Quad Cities River Bandits went on to defeat the Dragons of Dayton 7-5 on Wednesday night in Davenport, Iowa.

The loss was just the third in the last 12 games for the Dragons, who dropped to 13-6 in the second half, 48-41 overall.

River Bandits starting pitcher Ryan Copeland (1-1) was terrific on the mound. He pitched seven innings, allowing six hits and two runs with no walks and nine strikeouts to get the victory.

Dragons starting pitcher Stalin Gerson had his first poor performance of the season. Gerson, who had allowed just two runs in 24 innings before the game, allowed four runs in four innings on seven hits with one walk and two strikeouts.

 

Info courtesy of the Dayton Dragons

Dragons’ Corcino, D’Anna, Smith play in Midwest League All-Star Game

 

(courtesy of Midwest League via wikipedia commons)

The Dayton Dragons were well represented at the Midwest League All-Star Game in Davenport, Iowa.

Pitchers Josh Smith, Daniel Corcino and first baseman Dominic D’Anna played for the East Division All-Stars.

The East All-Stars lost to the West, 8-3. Nino Leyja of Burlington hit a two-run homer in the sixth inning and the West scored four runs in the bottom of the eighth to take a commanding lead and eventually the win.

Smith was the starting pitcher for the East Division team and pitched one inning, throwing a perfect first inning while striking out two batters.

Corcino pitched the fourth inning and allowed a solo home run to Wisconsin’s Chris Dennis which was the first run of the game. Corcino allowed two hits and was charged with the loss.

D’Anna entered the game as a pinch hitter in the top of the eighth inning and flied out to left field in his only at bat of the game.

 

Info compiled from the Midwest League & Dayton Dragons

Midwest League selects three Dragons for All-Star Game

 

Josh Smith

The Dayton Dragons surprising first-half of play in the Midwest League has been rewarded with three of their players being selected to the league’s All-Star Game.

Starting pitchers Josh Smith and Daniel Corcino and first baseman Dominic D’Anna will play in the 2011 All-Star Game in Davenport, Iowa on June 21.

Smith leads the MWL in strikeouts and is eighth in earned run average at 1.90. He has a record of 5-3 in 11 starts. Opposing batters have hit just .203 against Smith. He is a 2010 21st round draft choice of the Cincinnati Reds.

Corcino is second in the league with 7 wins and is second to Smith in strikeouts. He is 7-3 with a 2.72 ERA in 11 starts. Opponents are hitting .212 against him. The Reds signed Corcino as an international free agent in 2008.

D’Anna, a 2010 draft choice by the Reds in the 31st round, is batting .278 with three homers and a team-leading 28 runs batted in. He also has 12 doubles and a triple and leads the team in walks with 28.

Info and photo courtesy of the Dayton Dragons