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Posted on 18. Jul, 2010 by .

 
Did You Know Fact of the Day…

Did you know that Dayton Dragons current Pitching Coach Tony Fossas played the 1982 season with the Burlington Bees? The Dragons are currently in the middle of a series in Burlington at Community Field. Fossas says the city is different and much more built up but he has great memories of the park and its […]


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Posted on 18. Jul, 2010 by .

 
Dragons at O’Brien Field

The Dragons just finished a three game series at O’Brien Field in Peoria, Illinois, home to the Chiefs.  The stadium is also shared with Bradley University.  Please check out my post from last season about the park. The Park plays off their ties with the Chicago Cubs as you can tell by a few of […]


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Posted on 15. Jul, 2010 by .

 
Mailbag- Packing the Bus

Jan from Huber Heights:  I was driving down I-75 the other day, and saw the Dragons Charter Bus passing me going in the other direction.  I assume the team was leaving for games on the road. I was wondering how all the equipment gets packed on the bus to travel with the team.  Do you […]


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Posted on 07. Jul, 2010 by .

 
Josh “Hulk” Garton and his defense

When asked if he could be any superhero in the world, Dayton Dragons outfielder Josh Garton was quick to answer.  “I would want to be the Incredible Hulk,” he said.  “He is indestructible and green like the Dragons.” With the way that Garton has been playing on defense, it could be argued that he already […]


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Posted on 04. Jul, 2010 by .

 
Happy 4th of July!!

What better way to spend our Nation’s Birthday then at taking part in our Nation’s Pastime, baseball!  The Dayton Dragons arrived this morning in Grand Rapids, Michigan to take on the West Michigan Whitecaps in a three game set. I decided to pack the white Stars and Stripes hats that we wore yesterday to wear […]


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Posted on 03. Jul, 2010 by .

 
Special Stars and Stripes Hats

When the Dayton Dragons players and staff enter the locker room for tonights game against the Great Lakes Loons, they will find something new in their lockers.  I have placed a new hat in their for every member to wear during tonights game in honor of the Fourth of July and to help raise money […]


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Posted on 02. Jul, 2010 by .

 
Dragons June Players of the Month

A big congrats goes out to Dayton Dragon players Cameron Satterwhite and Jacob Johnson for being selected by the fans as players of the month for June.  The two were treated to an outing at McDonald’s today to meet the media and fans. The Dragons second half will continue tomorrow against the Great Lakes Loons […]


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Posted on 02. Jul, 2010 by .

 
Mailbag Question

Clark from West Carrolton asks: I have been to a few games and seen you on the dugout rail using some type of phone or handheld electronic. What are you doing? Clark, thank you very much for your question. I am sure a few people have seen me and wondered if I was on my […]


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Posted on 29. Jun, 2010 by .

 
Ryan LaMarre’s quick journey to Dayton

Ryan LaMarre had just been drafted in the second round by the Cincinnati Reds in June.  He wanted to sign as soon as he could and was anxious to get his pro career started, at whatever level the Reds asked him to play at. The plan was for LaMarre, a Michigan native, to drive down […]


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Posted on 27. Jun, 2010 by .

 
Circus Night at Dragons-Lugnuts game

Last night at Cooley Law School Stadium the Lansing Lugnuts held Circus Night for the fans. Outside of a few employees wearing clown costumes, not to much was done.  The best were the scoreboard pictures put up of the Dragons on the scoreboard.  I decided to take pictures of them all and bring to you […]


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