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Posted on 03. Jun, 2009 by .

 

CLICK HERE for My Other Blog CLICK HERE for Owen Serey’s Blog This week’s “Where are they now,” focuses on former Dayton Dragons radio broadcaster Owen Serey.  He’s currently in his first season as the radio voice of the South Bend Silver Hawks. Prior to joining the Silver Hawks staff, Owen spent three seasons (2006-2008) […]


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Posted on 02. Jun, 2009 by .

 

My pitching coach in Dayton, Tony Fossas, said I was crazy.  I get a rare day off from my job and I choose to spend it watching baseball.  Like being with the Dragons for 140 games isn’t enough.  I tried to explain to him that I love the game and could attend one every day […]


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Posted on 02. Jun, 2009 by .

 

In the real world, Dayton Dragons relief pitcher Mace Thurman is happy. However, in the fantasy world of videogame baseball, he was recently so upset that he asked for his release. In his video game world, Thurman is a right handed shortstop who has become so frustrated at  not getting a promotion past Double-A that […]


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Posted on 31. May, 2009 by .

 

Professional Baseball players are creatures of habit. It’s also fair to say that most are superstitious in everything they do surrounding the game. For the most part during the week, games start around 7 pm, allowing players to fall into certain routines that they do. Every once in a while the schedule is a bit […]


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Posted on 31. May, 2009 by .

 

As you walk by the Dragons front office at Fifth Third Field there are framed pictures hanging on the wall of former Dragons who have gone on to make their Major League debut with the Cincinnati Reds or another Major League club. It’s called the Alumni Wall. Last week the number of alumni to make […]


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Posted on 29. May, 2009 by .

 

A few weeks back I posted an article on this website about Nick Adenhart of the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim.  Adenhart was a top prospect that was killed in a car accident following a game that he threw in the major leagues.  Here is the link to the article if you missesd it: http://www.coreybrinn.com/?p=384 […]


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Posted on 29. May, 2009 by .

 

Congrats to the Dayton Dragons for announcing during the game tonight that they set the single game attendance record at 9,444…A great feat for a great group of fans!! Keep it up and lets try to up that number….


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Posted on 28. May, 2009 by .

 

A few weeks ago I promised some big things coming…Well, after some meetings and preparation, some of my articles are going to be going on the daytondragons.com website.  They made me my own blog page over there, which is pretty cool.  The format is not done yet and there is only one article up, but […]


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Posted on 24. May, 2009 by .

 

Round one of the Battle for Ohio is over and the winner is the Cincinnati Reds, as they defeated the Cleveland Indians two games to one at Great American Ballpark.  Not sure if there is a trophy for this event, but sure hope the “Ohio Cup” is better than this one! Went down to the […]


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Posted on 19. May, 2009 by .

 

For those of you that know me well know that I am not an animal person.  I never really had a bad experience, that I can remember, just not a big fan.  It can drive me nuts when a dog jumps on me and tries to lick me.  A few years ago I attended a […]


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