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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 activate Rodriguez; place D’Anna on disabled list


Yorman Rodriguez (courtesy of Dayton Dragons)

The Dayton Dragons have announced a roster move.

Outfielder Yorman Rodriguez has been acivated from the disabled list.

First baseman Dominic D’Anna has been placed on the disabled list, retroactive to July 27.

Rodriguez has been out of action since July 14th with a bruised shoulder. He has a batting average of .258 with seven homers and 40 RBI’s in 76 games.

D’Anna has been out of action with a sprained wrist suffered on July 24. This season, he is batting .286 with eight homers, 58 RBI’s in 91 games.

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


Info courtesy of the Dayton Dragons

Lutz leads Dragons over the Kernels, 6-4


Donald Lutz (courtesy of Dayton Dragons)

Donald Lutz’s single to left field with one out in the top of the ninth inning drove home Dominic D’Anna from second base to break a 4-4 tie as the Dayton Dragons beat the Cedar Rapids Kernels 6-4 on Monday afternoon.

Dayton won two-of-three in the series and gained sole possession of first place in the Eastern Division with a record in the second of the Midwest League season of 16-8, 51-43 overall. The Dragons were 3-3 on their 6-game road trip to Western Division cities.

Dragons relief pitcher Chad Rogers (3-4) closed out the win with a scoreless bottom of the ninth in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, to give the Dragons seven series wins out of eight second half series.

Dayton collected 12 hits on offense with Ronald Torreyes going 3 for 5, scored two runs to raise his average to .355.

In the game-winning top of the ninth inning, the Dragons took control. D’Anna led off with a single to left field. David Vidal followed with a single to left to advance D’Anna to second. Lutz then drove a hit through the hole into left field to bring in D’Anna and give the Dragons a 5-4 lead. Then Tucker Barnhart followed with a sacrifice fly to bring Vidal home and a 6-4 advantage.


Info courtesy of the Dayton Dragons

Dragons win 9-1 over TinCaps; take 5th straight series set


Stalin Gerson (courtesy of MiLB)

Stalin Gerson gave up no runs over 6.1 innings while Ronald Torreyes and Donald Lutz clubbed home runs as the Dayton Dragons beat the South Bend Silver Hawks 9-1 on Friday night.

The victory was the Dragons seventh in their last eight games and improved their second half record to 11-4, 46-39 overall. The Dragons remained in first place, two games ahead of the Great Lakes Loons.

Gerson, now 3-0, continued his amazing pitching in his first four starts with the Dragons this season. He allowed three hits and two walks with three strikeouts to lower his earned run average to 0.75. Gerson has allowed just two runs in 24 innings with Dayton.

The Dragons led 2-0 when they erupted for six runs in the sixth inning. Lutz belted a solo home run to start the rally, his team-leading 12th homer of the year. Dominic D’Anna came through with a two-run double later in the inning.


Info courtesy of the Dayton Dragons

Fort Wayne drops Dragons 8-2; winning streak ends at 6


Wes Cunningham (courtesy of Fort Wayne TinCaps)

Wes Cunningham belted a home run and added a run-scoring double as the Fort Wayne TinCaps beat the Dayton Dragons 8-2 on Thursday night.

The loss by the Dragons snapped a six-game winning streak as they were handed their first defeat in the month of July. Dayton fell to 45-39 overall, 10-4 in the second half and their first place lead was trimmed to two games in the East Division of the Midwest League.

The Dragons had 11 hits on offense with Dominic D’Anna and David Vidal each collected three hits and an RBI.

Dragons starting pitcher Daniel Corcino (8-4) had a very rough outing. He pitched just three innings, allowing six hits and six earned runs with one walk and one strikeout. He also hit two batters. Corcino previously had allowed a total of six runs in his previous five starts combined in 31.1 innings.


Info courtesy of the Dayton Dragons

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