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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.


Info courtesy of the Dayton Dragons

Dragons wins 13-0 as Lutz hits for cycle


Donald Lutz hit for the cycle and Ronald Torreyes tied a club record with five hits as the Dayton Dragons pounded the Peoria Chiefs 13-0 Thursday night in Dayton, Ohio before a crowd of 7,885 at Fifth Third Field.

The Dragons are now 18-8 in the second half of the season and 53-43 overall.

Lutz delivered a home run in the first inning, a triple in the second, a double in the third and a single in the fifth to hit for the cycle in his first four at bats.

Donald Lutz (courtesy of Dayton Dragons)

Lutz extended his hitting streak to 13 straight games, matching the longest hitting streak of the year for the Dragons. Tucker Barnhart had a 13-game hitting streak in May.

Dayton collected 21 hits in the game, one short of the club record. They jumped out to a 9-0 lead in the first two innings and limited the Chiefs to just three hits in the contest.

Dragons starting pitcher Daniel Renken, upped his record to 5-8, was very dominant in the game. He struck out 10 batters in 5.2 innings allowing just one hit and two walks. His second half ERA in the second half in six starts is 1.31.


Info courtesy of the Dayton Dragons

Silver Hawks get assist from rain in beating Dragons, 3-2 in 6 innings


Raywilly Gomez (courtesy of South Bend Silver Hawks)

Raywilly Gomez and Matt Helm came through with back-to-back run-scoring doubles in the top of the sixth inning and the South Bend Silver Hawks got an assist from the rain clouds as they beat the much-improved the Dayton Dragons 3-2 on Monday night in a game shortened by rain to five and one-half innings.

The Dragons drop to 13-5 in the second half of the Midwest League, 48-40 overall.

The Silver Hawks took the lead in the top of the sixth inning and, due to heavy rain in the Dayton, Ohio area, the Dragons never got the opportunity to bat in the bottom of the sixth inning.

By rule, that criteria meet the conditions for a suspended game since the home team could not bat after a lead change in the top of the inning. But since South Bend and Dayton do not play again in 2011, Midwest League President George Spelius, with assistance from Mike Felt of the Professional Baseball Umpire Corporation, cited Minor League Baseball regulations to declare the Silver Hawks winners.

Rules state that in the event a suspended game cannot be resumed and the game has reached five full innings, the team leading at the time of the suspension or delay, shall be declared the winner.


Info courtesy of the Dayton Dragons

Dayton Dragons break all-time sports sell-out record at Fifth Third Field


Fifth Third Field (photo by Texas141 via wikipedia commons)

With it’s 815th consecutive sellout crowd at Fifth Third Field, the Dayton Dragons on Saturday night against the South Bend Silver Hawks.

Founded in 2000, the Dragons, the Cincinnati Reds Class-A Midwest League affiliate has sold out every home game for 11 1/2 straight seasons and counting, breaking the 18-year-old record of pro basketball’s Portland Trailblazers of 814 from 1977-1995.

Owned and Operated by Mandalay Baseball Properties, LLC, the Dragons since arriving in Dayton have been first class and professional, fulfill every promise and obligation, build for long term and create a love affair with the Dayton, Ohio community.

Selling all 7,230 seats at Fifth Third Field, which consistenly has over 8,000 fans on game night, averaging over 8,400 fans for 815 straight games, the Dragons have always been ranked in the Top 10 in attendance for all of Minor League Baseball for the past 11 seasons and been #1 in attendance for Class-A teams for 11 consecutive seasons.

The team will host a celebration of “The Streak” at Fifth Third Field in Dayton on July 23, which will include appearance by NBA Hall of Famer Magic Johnson and two-time Heisman Trophy winner Archie Griffin, who each own a share of the team.


Info courtesy of the Dayton Dragons

Duran’s two homers propel Dayton to 7-3 win

Juan duran (courtesy of Dayton Dragons)

Juan Duran hit two home runs and drove in five runs to lead the Dayton Dragons to a 7-3 win over the Bowling Green Hot Rods on Friday before a crowd of 8,329 at Fifth Third Field in Dayton, Ohio.

Dayton is 5-3 in the second half of the season, 40-38 overall.

Dragons starting pitcher Josh Smith earned the win to improve to 8-3. Smith allowed five hits and three runs (one earned) with one walk and four strikeouts.

Daniel Wolford worked two scoreless frames to close out the Dayton win.

At the plate, the Dragons collected 11 hits with Ronald Torreyes going 3 for 4 to lift his average through 10 games with the team to .429.


Info courtesy of the Dayton Dragons



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