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Dayton Dragons having tough time in close games


Juan Silva on deck, has seen his team drop many close games this year (photo courtesy of Margo Quigley)

The Dayton Dragons always have large crowds at their games, whether the team is having a winning season or a losing one.

In 2011, the team qualified for the Midwest League playoffs, but this year’s team is having problems winning and closing out close games.

The Midwest League is a low Single-A league and has 16 teams. Of those teams, only four have suffered fewer losses in games decided by more than three runs than the lowly Dragons’ seven going into weekend games.

The Dragons have not had the answer in those types of games. Some say, its because the roster has a bunch of new players. Low Single-A teams regularly move players to advanced Single-A and rosters turn over every year.

* Dayton is 7-7 in games decided by four runs or more

* They are 7-20 in games decided by 1-3 runs

* In one-run games, Dayton is 3-9.

In their last 16 games, the Dragons are 3-13.


Info compiled from the Dayton Dragons, Radio, TV & Minor League notes


Cleveland Indians Minor League Player of the Week is Francisco Lindor of Lake County


The Cleveland Indians  announced on Tuesday, May 8, that  Lake County  infielder FRANCISCO LINDOR has been named their Minor League Player of the Week for April 30 – May 6. The Player of the Week award recognizes an individual performance from within the Indians Player Development System.

Francisco Lindor in foreground (courtesy of USA Baseball)

Lindor was the Indians’ first round selection (8th overall) in the 2011 First-Year Player Draft out of Montverde Academy High School in Florida.  He entered the 2012 season as the #1 ranked prospect in the Indians organization according to Baseball America. Francisco, who is just 18 years old, will not turn 19 until November 14.

Lindor, has hit .379 (11-29) with a 2B, 2 HR, 4 RBI and 5 SB in his last 7 games while posting a 1.040 OPS (.419 on-base pct, .621 slugging pct.). For the 2012 season, he is batting .299 (38-127) with 22 runs scored, 5 doubles, 2 triples, 3 homers and 11 RBI while stealing 11 bases in 15 attempts.  He is currently 1st in the Midwest League in at-bats (127), 3rd in hits (38), 4th in total bases (56), T-5th in runs (22) and T5th in stolen bases (11).


Info compiled from Cleveland Indians & Lake County Captains

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.

Dragons sweep Midwest League April player honors; Waldrop (hitter), McMyne (pitcher)


Kyle Waldrop

Kyle McMyne

The Dayton Dragons had two of their players receive Midwest League honors for strong play in the month of April.

Outfielder Kyle Waldrop and relief pitcher Kyle McMyne have been selected Players of the Month for April in a vote by fans.

Waldrop batted .271 with 10 RBI’s, five doubles and two triples in 22 games.

McMyne was 2-1 on the mound with a 1.69 ERA. He gave up two runs in 10.2 innings in eight appearances. He struck out 13 and allowed two walks.


Info compiled from the Midwest League & the Dayton Dragons

James Ewing promoted from Dragons to Bakersfield Blaze


James Ewing (courtesy of Dayton Dragons)

There has been a roster move involving the Dayton Dragons and the Bakersfield Blaze in the Cincinnati Reds farm system.

Infielder James Ewing has been promoted from the low Single-A Dayton Dragons of the Midwest League to the advanced Single-A Bakersfield Blaze of the California League.

Infielder Brandon Dailey has been promoted to the Dragons from extended spring training in Goodyear, Arizona.

Ewing made his first appearance in a pro game since July 5, 2009 when he started at shortstop for Dayton on Saturday, April 7, 2012, going 3-for-5. That was his only appearance with the Dragons.

Dailey spent most of the 2011 season with the Goodyear Reds in the Arizona League. He batted .298 with one home run and 27 RBI’s, playing in 43 games. Dailey also played in three games with the Dragons in September after the Arizona League season ended.

The 20-year-old Dailey is a native of Brantford, Ontario.


Info compiled from Dayton Dragons & Bakersfield Blaze news

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