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Bishop Ready standout Joe Graessle reaches 2,000-point mark at Tiffin University

Joe Graessle (courtesy Tiffin U)

Columbus Bishop Ready standout Joe Graessle, currently a senior at Tiffin University, recently achieved a milestone that most college players never reach.

Graessle became only the second player in Dragons’ team history to score more than 2,000 points in a career.

He has 2,032 and is behind only Jeff Ward who scored 2,532 in a storied career.

During the current 2013-14 season, Graessle is averaging 21.5 points, has 44 three-point goals and 64 steals. His field goal shooting percentage is 42.8.

The Grove City, Ohio native holds the Tiffin University record for three-pointers in a career with 285, in a game with 9 and points in a season with 691.

While at Bishop Ready, a member of the Central Catholic League, the 6’3, 205 pound guard scored 1,431 points in his career.

 

Cueto’s rehab start goes well; pitches again on Tuesday with Dayton

Cincinnati Reds ace starting pitcher  Johnny Cueto reported no setbacks on Friday, the day after he threw 50 pitches in three innings during a rehab start for Class A Dayton on Thursday.

The Reds placed Cueto on the 15-day disabled list on April 15 with a strained right lat. He was set to begin a rehab assignment last week but felt soreness in his right oblique. He rested for a few more days before he resumed throwing.

Johnny Cueto (photo by Wknight94 via wikipedia commons)

Cueto allowed one run on four hits, walked none and struck out four during Thursday’s outing.

Cueto is scheduled to pitch again on Tuesday for the Dayton Dragons.

Miguel Cairo’s rehab assignment at Dayton is over; expected to be activated by Reds on Monday

Press release courtesy of the Dayton Dragons

 

Infielder Miguel Cairo has completed his rehabilitation assignment in Dayton and has been removed from the Dragons roster.

As a major league player on a rehab assignment, Cairo did not count toward the Midwest League roster limit of 25 players. The Dragons roster remains at 25.

Miguel Cairo at 3B (2011 photo by Keith Allison via wikipedia commons)

Cairo appeared in three games with the Dragons. He awaits his next assignment as he returns from a strained hamstring.

He is expected to join the Reds when they arrive in Milwaukee in their next series starting on Monday night.

Reds send Cairo out for rehab assignment

 

Cincinnati Reds utility infielder Miguel Cairo, who is on the 15-day disabled list due to a strained left hamstring, wasn’t activated when eligible on Tuesday, nor was he activated on Wednesday.

The plan is to have Cairo go on a Minor League rehab assignment before he can be activated. He’ll be heading to Dayton to play for the Single-A Dragons.

Miguel Cairo (file photo)

Cairo was on the field early Tuesday before the Cubs game and ran the bases with no trouble.

The Reds depart Friday for a six-game road trip through Pittsburgh and Milwaukee and Cairo could join the team. He is a valuable player off the bench as a pinch-hitter and can play third, short, second and first base.

Cairo, who has been with the Reds since 2010, has a career average of .267 with 40 homers, 1,016 hits and 381 RBI’s.

 

Info compiled from Cincinnati Reds, Dayton Dragons, Radio & TV news

 

 

Dragons’ Hamilton steals 100th base

 

Billy Hamilton (courtesy of Dayton Dragons)

Billy Hamilton stole three bases including his 100th of the season, on Saturday night, September 3, before a crowd of 7,932 at Fifth Third Field in Dayton.

The win, 4-2 over the Lansing Lugnuts, improved the Dragons to 82-56 on the year, tying the club record for most wins.

Hamilton became just the 12th player in Minor League Baseball history records to steal 100 bases in a season. He broke the Cincinnati Reds all-time organizational record, passing up Ramon Sambo’s 98 steals with the Cedar Rapids Reds in 1988. Hamilton is the first player to steal 100 bases in a season since 2001 when Chris Morris of Peoria stole a Midwest League record 111.

The Dragons, who are 22-6 over their last 28 gmes, improved their second half record to 47-21, the best in the minors among the seven full-season leagues that play a split-season format.

Also in the game, Dayton pitchers struck out 12 batters, leaving them three short of the all-time Midwest League record for a full-season.

Info courtesy of the Dayton Dragons

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