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Minor League Baseball: Columbus Clippers and Dayton Dragons win

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Josh Tomlin (MiLB)

Frank Herrmann (MiLB)

The Clippers road trip continues through the state of Pennsylvania as the hit parade rolled on Monday night at PNC Field as Columbus knocked out Scranton/Wilkes-Barre, 10-2. The win was the 4th in five tries on the current trip.

The Clippers didn’t allow the fans in Scranton to get their seats warm before banging around spot-starter Amouri Senit for four runs in the top of the first inning. Carlos Santana plated Jason Donald with a single and scored on the first of three Shelley Duncan hits on the night. Wes Hodges followed with a 2-run homer to cap the inning.

Josh Tomlin, making his 4th start for Columbus allowed no runs to the Yankees through four innings before being touched up for a pair of runs in the 5th. He would finish the inning and make way for Frank Herrmann who continues to dominate the International League. Herrmann pitched two scoreless innings to lower his ERA to 0.56 on the year. Jess Todd finished the Yankees off with two innings of no runs scored.

Kevin Coddington (MiLB)

Didi Gregorius singled to left field with two outs and the bases loaded to drive in the winning run in the bottom of the ninth inning to give the Dayton Dragons a 4-3 win over the Ft. Wayne TinCaps on Monday at Fifth Third Field. The win improved the Dragons record to 14-17 on the year and improved their home record to 11-5. Fort Wayne fell to 15-16.

Dayton had 11 hits in the game with Didi Gregorius, Kevin Coddington, Shane Carlson, Frank Pfister, and Efrain Contreras all had two apiece.

Doug Salinas (2-1) tossed three scoreless of relief to earn the win. He did not allow a hit while walking two and striking out four.

Dayton Dragons come from behind to win, 10-5

compiled from staff, wire and Dayton Dragons info

Shane Carlson collected three hits and drove in two runs to lead the Dayton Dragons to a come-from-behind 10-5 win over the Bowling Green Hot Rods before a crowd of 8,494 at Fifth Third Field on Monday. The win gave the Dragons a sweep of the three-game series and improved their record to 13-11. Bowling Green fell to 5-19 with the loss.

Shane Carlson (MiLB)

Henry Rodriguez (MiLB)

Henry Rodriguez went 3 for 4 and drove in three runs and Kevin Coddington added three hits and an RBI for the Dragons, who collected a season-high 16 hits in the win. The Dragons battled back from a 5-1 deficit to score nine unanswered runs on the way to the win.

Justin Walker (1-2) earned his first win of the season. He worked the first six innings, allowing eight hits and five runs (four earned) with one walk and four strikeouts.

The Dragons will hit the road for a battle with the Lake County Captains (17-8) in three-game series that will start on Tuesday at 6:30 p.m.

Homers from Richburg, Fluery fuel Dayton Dragons to victory

compiled from staff, wire and Dayton Dragons info

Infielder Chris Richburg and catcher Mark Fleury each connected on two-run home runs in the first inning as the Dayton Dragons defeated the Bowling Green Hot Rods 5-3 Saturday night before a crowd of 8,755 at Fifth Third Field in Dayton.

The win was the Dragons second straight in the series and lifted their record back above the .500 mark at 12-11. Bowling Green is off to a horrible start to 2010 at 5-18.

Richburg got the scoring started with a two-run blast to the left field scoreboard area in the first inning, his third homer of the year. Kevin Coddington followed with a single and Fleury lined a home run to right, his first of the year, making the score 4-0.

Chris Richburg (MiLB)

Mark Fleury (MiLB)

Dayton added another run in the second inning on a two-out RBI double by Andrew Means to take a 5-0 lead.

Bowling Green had several scoring opportunities against struggling Dragons starting pitcher Brian Pearl. They left the bases loaded 3 times only scoring 2 runs in those situations. The Hot Rod left 10 runners on base over six innings and hit into three double plays.

Reliever Chase Ware entered the game in the sixth inning and retired the first eight batters he faced. Ware allowed one run in the ninth but recorded the victory. He worked four innings, allowing three hits and one run with no walks and two strikeouts to improve his record to 3-0.


* The home runs by Richburg and Fluery marked the first time this season that the Dragons have hit two homers in the same inning.

* The Dragons are 9-5 at home this season.

Dayton Dragons beat Bowling Green Hot Rods 6-2

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Kevin Coddington collected two hits and scored two runs in his first game back from the DL and Efrain Contreras drove in three runs to lead the Dayton Dragons to a 6-2 victory over the Bowling Green Hot Rods before a crowd of 9,297 at Fifth Third Field in Dayton, Ohio.

Kevin Coddington (MiLB)

Efrain Contreras (MiLB)

Dragons starting pitcher Josh Ravin (1-1) collected his first win of 2010, working the first five innings. Ravin allowed three hits and two earned runs with two walks and two strikeouts. Blair Carson pitched very effectively for two and two-thirds innings in a middle relief role. Donnie Joseph recorded the final four outs for his fourth save.