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Doyle promoted to Dayton Dragons; LHP Infante released


Pat Doyle (file photo)

The Dayton Dragons made a roster move on Wednesday involving two pitchers.

Right-hander Pat Doyle has been assigned to Dayton from Carolina of the Southern League.

Lefty Ezequiel Infante has been given an unconditional release.

Doyle appeared in 21 games for the Dragons earlier in the season. He went 5-2 with a 3.10 ERA and one save. He spent the past 10 days with the Carolina Mudcats posting a 1-0 record.

Infante appeared in 16 games with an 0-2 record and a 5.60 ERA in his third season with the Dragons.


Info courtesy of the Dayton Dragons

Dragons announce roster changes

The Dayton Dragons have announced a roster change.

Left-handed pitcher Ezequiel Infante has benn promoted to Dayton from Billings of the Pioneer League.

Left-handed pitcher Tanner Robles has been sent from Dayton to Billings.

(courtesy of Dayton Dragons)

Infante has appeared in nine games out of the Dayton bullpen in 2011, going 0-2 with a 3.27 earned run average.

Robles has made 11 starts for the Dragons this season, going 3-5 with a 6.18 ERA.


Info courtesy of Dayton Dragons

South Bend defeats Dayton, 6-4


(courtesy of South Bend Silver Hawks via wikipedia commons)

The South Bend Silver Hawks took advantage of nine walks and three hit batsmen to defeat the Dayton Dragons 6-4 on Friday night before a crowd of 8,611 at Fifth Third Field.

South Bend won two of three in the series as they dropped the Dragons to 15-14 on the year. Dayton has lost five of their last six after winning 12 of the previous 13 games.

The loss was pinned on Dayton reliever Ezequiel Infante (0-1). He worked one inning and allowed one run on two hits and two walks with a strikeout.

The Dragons finished with seven hits and Jefry Sierra led the way by going 2-for-5 with two runs scored.


Info courtesy of the Dayton Dragons

Dragons keep winning, 4-0 over Fort Wayne; record at 13-9


Dayton starting pitcher Josh Smith struck out 12 batters in six scoreless innings and Juan Duran belted a two-run homer as the Dragons defeated the Fort Wayne TinCaps 4-0 on Friday night. The win was the fifth straight for the Dragons, their 11th in the last 12 games, and their eighth in a row at home. A crowd of 8,672 attended the game at Fifth Third Field in downtown Dayton, Ohio.

Smith, now 2-1, struck out nine over the first three innings as he lowered his ERA on the season to 0.93. He allowed four hits over six innings and walked two to earn the victory.

Dragons relievers Ezequiel Infante and Drew Hayes combined to work the final three innings as Dayton notched its second shutout win of the season.

Josh Smith (courtesy of Dayton Dragons)

Stars of the Game on offense include: Jaren Matthews who went 2 for 4 with an RBI and a run scored to lead the way. Yorman Rodriguez had a second inning single to extend his hitting streak to eight straight games. Speedy Billy Hamilton stole two bases on back-to-back pitches in the fifth inning to give him 18 steals on the season.

Dragons pitchers continue to do well. Dayton’s hurlers have allowed two runs or less in eight of the last 11 games and three runs or less in 10 of the 11. Starting pitchers have allowed just seven earned runs in the last 10 games.


courtesy of the Dayton Dragons

Dayton Dragons continue to roll with Oliveras’ bat leading the way

Info courtesy of Dayton Dragons

Alex Oliveras blasted a grand slam home run and four Dayton pitchers combined on a three-hit shutout to lead the Dayton Dragons to a 6-0 victory over the Bowling Green Hot Rods on Friday night as the Dragons completed a six-game road trip with their sixth consecutive victory.

The Dragons are now 7-8 after starting the Midwest League second half schedule at 1-8.

The six-game winning streak is the longest of the 2010 season for the Dragons. The six straight road victories is short of the club record.

Alex Oliveras Dayton (MiLB)

The Dragons bullpen had to pick up the slack all night, when starting pitcher Ricky Bowen was forced out of the game in the first inning when he was struck on the lower left leg by a line drive. He threw two pitches after being struck before leaving the game with a noticeable limp.

The Dayton bullpen turned out to be outstanding. Jason Braun entered the game in the first inning and worked three and one-third innings, allowing just one hit and no runs with three walks and seven strikeouts. Ezequiel Infante followed Braun with three scoreless innings, and Junior Martinez closed it out with two scoreless innings.

The Dragons banged out 12 hits led by Cameron Satterwhite going 3 for 3. Ryan LaMarre was 2 for 4 with a double and Frank Pfister was also 2-4.

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