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                                                                      Tuesday, May 29, 2012 Game # 52
                                                          Fifth Third Ballpark  Comstock Park, Mich.  11:00 a.m.
                                                                                    Radio: WONE-AM 980


            Dayton Dragons (19-32) at West Michigan Whitecaps (22-29)
                                 RH Dan Jensen (2-4, 3.21) vs. RH Marcelo Carreno (0-4, 4.11)
Today’s Game: The Dayton Dragons (affiliate of the Cincinnati Reds) meet the West Michigan Whitecaps (affiliate of the Detroit Tigers) in the last game
of a four-game series. Season Series: Dayton 4, West Michigan 2. Streaks: Dayton is 7-21 over their last 28 games, but 5-5 over the last 10.

Last Game: West Michigan defeated Dayton 3-1 on Monday, snapping the Dragons two-game winning streak. The Dragons were no-hit over the first
six innings but had chances to tie or take the lead late in the game, leaving the tying runs in scoring position in the seventh and eighth innings. The
Dragons were 1 for 8 with runners in scoring position. Steven Moya had his third home run in the last two games for West Michigan. For Dayton, Steve
Selsky had two hits and an RBI and Kurtis Muller had two hits with a run scored. Ryan Wright had a hit to extend his hitting streak to 11 straight games.

Today’s Dragons Starting Pitcher: Dan Jensen makes his fifth start of 2012 after 10 strong relief outings, when he went 1-2, 1.69, 1 Sv. Jensen lost
his last start on Thursday at Lansing when he was uncharacteristically wild (4 IP, 6 H, 4 R, 4 ER, 6 BB, 1 SO). In Jensen‟s four starts, he is 1-2, 4.58.
Jensen is the first local product to play for the Dragons in franchise history. He played at Centerville High School, Sinclair Community College, and the
University of Cincinnati before being signed by the Reds as a 20th round draft pick in 2011. Jensen pitched at Billings last season, going 1-2, 6.39 in 13
games (two starts) with one start at Bakersfield (0-0, 1.50). At UC in 2011 as a senior, he was 4-5, 3.11 in 15 starts.

Individual Notes
        Ryan Wright has an 11-game hitting streak, batting .478 (21 for 44) with eight doubles to raise his average from .273 to .318. He has had at
         least two hits in eight of the 11 games. This is the longest hitting streak of the year for a Dragons player and the longest current hitting streak
         in the Midwest League. His .478 average is second highest for any hitting streak of 10 games or more in the league this season.
        Kyle Waldrop is batting .435 over his last six games (10 for 23) and has hit two homers in his last four games (first two homers of the year).
         He has raised his average from .237 to .273.
        Kurtis Muller is 12 for 30, .400, with two home runs in seven games since joining the Dragons. He has hit safely in six of the seven games.
        Starting pitcher Dan Jensen has become the first Montgomery County native to play for the Dragons in their history. Jensen is from the
         Dayton suburb of Centerville.

Team Notes
       The Dragons are 2-4 on the seven-game road trip that ends today. Top hitters on the trip have been Ryan Wright at .440; Kyle Waldrop at
        .421 with two home runs; and Kurtis Muller at .346 with a home run. The team is batting a solid .277 on the trip.
       For the year, the Dragons are 0-10 vs. Lansing; 19-22 vs. everyone else.
       The Dragons are batting .289 as a team over their last eight games (79 for 273), scoring 45 runs (5.6 runs per game). The Dragons have
        scored at least six runs in six of their last eight games. They had scored five runs or less in each of the previous 20 games (April 29-May 20)
        and scored one run or less in nine of those 20 games.
       The Dragons have gone 24 for 69 (.348) with runners in scoring position over their last seven games (but 1 for 8 yesterday). They went 17 for
        149 (.114) with runners in scoring position over the previous 17 games.
       Over the last five games, Dragons relievers have tossed 17.1 innings and allowed just one earned run on eight hits.
       Three members of the Dragons are rated among the Reds top 30 prospects according to Baseball America. They include outfielder Kyle
        Waldrop (#22), second baseman Ryan Wright (#23), and first baseman Sean Buckley (#24).

Manager/Coaches: Delino DeShields is in his second season with the Dragons and fourth year in the Reds organization. He served as the manager of
the Billings Mustangs in the Pioneer League in 2010 and was the hitting coach in Billings in 2009. As a player, DeShields spent 13 years in the Major
Leagues from 1990-2002 with the Expos, Dodgers, Orioles, Cardinals, and Cubs. He finished in the top three in the league in stolen bases six times and
is 46th on the all-time career list with 463. DeShields hit .290 or higher five times. He was the 12th selection of the first round of the June draft in 1987
by Montreal. DeShields finished second in the National League Rookie of the Year voting in 1990…Pitching coach Tom Browning is in his first season
with the Dragons and sixth year as a pitching coach in the Reds organization. Browning threw the only perfect game in Reds history on September 16,
1988. He won 20 games for the Reds in 1985 pitched in the 1991 All-Star Game. He was inducted into the Reds Hall-of-Fame in 2006…Hitting coach
Alex Pelaez is in his second season with the Dragons and third year as a minor league coach with the Reds. He helped the Dragons to a club record
team batting average in 2011 when the team led the league in runs scored. Pelaez played professionally for eight seasons from 1998-2005. He played
in the big leagues in 2002 with San Diego.


Upcoming Probable Pitchers (All game times are Dayton time) (All games on WONE 980 AM and www.daytondragons.com)
Wednesday (7:00 p.m.): Dayton RH Radhames Quezada (1-6, 4.56) vs. South Bend RH Archie Bradley (6-1, 3.06)
Thursday (7:05 p.m.): Dayton LH Tanner Robles (3-3, 3.98) vs. South Bend LH John Pedrotty (2-3, 5.37) (TV: WHIO 7.2; Time Warner 23 & 372)
Friday (7:05 p.m.): Dayton RH Stalin Gerson (3-3, 4.12) vs. South Bend RH Jesse Darrah (4-2, 4.17) (TV: WHIO 7.2; Time Warner 23 & 372)

Saturday (8:05 p.m.): Dayton RH Jacob Johnson (0-1, 2.40) at Bowling Green TBA
Sunday (3:05 p.m.): Dayton RH Dan Jensen at Bowling Green TBA
Monday (8:05 p.m.): Dayton RH Radhames Quezada at Bowling Green TBA
                                                                   Dragon Tales

     Dragons Roster Origination                                                                      “The Streak”
                                                                     Longest Sell-Outs Streaks in Professional Sports History
Players from NCAA Division I programs (13):                                                (Red Sox total entering 2012 season)
James Allen (Kansas State)
Mike Dennhardt (Boston College)
Cole Green (Texas)                                                 No.       Team                             League             Years
Dan Jensen (Cincinnati)                                            869       Dayton Dragons                   MiLB               2000-‘11
Ryan Kemp (St. Joseph‟s)                                           814       Portland Trail Blazers           NBA                1977-„95
Jimmy Moran (South Florida)                                        710       Boston Red Sox                   MLB                2003-‟10
Kurtis Muller (Iowa)                                               662       Boston Celtics                   NBA                1980-„95
Lucas O‟Rear (Northern Iowa)                                       610       Chicago Bulls                    NBA                1987-„00
Nick O‟Shea (Minnesota)
Tanner Robles (Oregon State)
Steve Selsky (Arizona)
Joe Terry (Cal State Fullerton)
Ryan Wright (Louisville)                                                                               Team of the Year Finalist
                                                                   The Dragons were among five finalists for the prestigious SportsBusiness Journal Professional
                                                                   Sports Team of the Year Award. The Boston Bruins (NHL) were announced as the winner on May
Players signed out of junior college (4):                          23. The Dragons were joined as finalists by the Texas Rangers (MLB), Boston Bruins (NHL),
Sean Buckley (St. Petersburg College)                              Stewart-Haas Racing (NASCAR), and Sporting Kansas City (MLS). The Dragons were the first
Yovan Gonzalez (Wabash Valley College)                             minor league team from any sport to be selected as a finalist for the award, which is in its fifth year
El‟Hajj Muhammad (County College of Morris)                        of existence. The award honors one sports franchise based on an evaluation of "excellence,
Juan Perez (College of the Canyons)                                growth, creativity, innovation, sound planning, implementation and outcomes." Entries are judged
                                                                   by a panel of editors, writers and researchers from the SportsBusiness Journal and SportsBusiness
Players drafted/signed out of high school (4):                     Daily for the period from March 1, 2011 through February 29, 2012.
Brandon Dailey (Pauline Johnson, Brantford, Ontario)
Jacob Johnson (Trinity Christian, Lake Worth, FL)
Juan Silva (Puerto Rico Baseball Academy & H.S.)                                                     2012 Events and Promotions
Kyle Waldrop (Riverdale High School, Ft. Myers, FL)
                                                                   Family and Community Events
Players signed as international free agents (4):                              High School Baseball at Fifth Third Field. An 11-game schedule of games began April
Junior Arias (Dominican Republic)                                              13, giving high school players throughout the Miami Valley the opportunity to play at a
Carlos Contreras (Dominican Republic)                                          professional facility.
Stalin Gerson (Dominican Republic)                                            American Celebration nights are back in 2012 as the Dragons will spend two game
Radhames Quezada (Dominican Republic)                                          nights honoring our local servicemen and women. Game dates are Saturday, May 19th,
                                                                               and Saturday, August 25th.
Dragons Highest Drafted Players                                               Bob Ross Classic High School All-Star Game: July 14
*Daniel Tuttle, #5, 2009                                                      Subway Dragons 5k: July 15
Ryan Wright, # 5, 2011                                                        Budweiser's Great American Beer Tasting: August 4
Sean Buckley, # 6, 2011                                                       Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield Health and Fitness Carnival: August 12
James Allen, # 7, 2011                                                        Donatos Pizza Family Movie Night: August 18
Juan Silva, # 9, 2009
Tanner Robles, # 9, 2010                                           Multiple Date Events
Cole Green, #9, 2011                                                          Anthem Blue Cross & Blue Shield Home Run for Life: May 30, June 26, July 18
                                                                              Hometown Heroes American Celebration Nights: May 19, August 25
                                                                              MVRPC's Bike to the Dragons Game: June 10, July 22, August 12
Baseball America Top Prospects
                                                                              Dragons Experience Youth Baseball Clinics: June 25-26 & July 19-20
Three Dragons are rated among the Reds top 30                                 Kroger Baseball Buddies: Kids 7-13 can go to local Kroger store to sign up for a chance
prospects according to Baseball America. They                                  to be a Kroger Baseball Buddy. Those picked will get a Dragons items, including an
include outfielder Kyle Waldrop (# 22), second                                 authentic Dragons jersey and will get to hang out with the players in the dugout before
baseman Ryan Wright (# 23), and first baseman                                  the game.
Sean Buckley (# 24).

Returning Players from 2011 (2010)
Stalin Gerson, RHP                                                 The Dragons MVP Program
Tanner Robles, LHP                                                 Presented by PACE, WDTN-TV/DAYTON'S CW, SINCLAIR COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Kurtis Muller, OF                                                  The Dragons MVP Program, a tool for teachers uses the marketing power of Dayton Dragons
Brandon Dailey, INF                                                Baseball as an educational tool for fourth and fifth grade teachers, helping them motivate and
                                                                   reward students for success in the classroom. The use and distribution of the awards we are
Jacob Johnson, RHP (2010)
                                                                   offering are entirely up to each teacher. Fourth and Fifth Grade teachers in the three county area
                                                                   (Clark, Montgomery and Greene counties) receive an award kit to recognize five students in their
*disabled list                                                     classroom. Each of the five students selected as a Dayton Dragons MVP in their classroom will
                                                                   receive four lawn tickets to a special MVP night at Fifth Third Field, a MVP certificate, tickets to a
                                                                   MVP field day at the park, and a uniquely designed MVP hat. In addition to these items, they also
                                                                   have the opportunity to have their success story highlighted, throw out a first pitch, have an on-air
                                                                   radio interview, and participate in an Entertainment skit during a Dragons game. Each year, 900
New Playing Field                                                  class rooms participate involving more than 26,000 students with 4,500 Dragons MVP winners.
Over the off-season, the Dragons completed a major
reconstruction of the playing surface, drainage, and irrigation    Community All-Stars
system at Fifth Third Field. The project will result in improved   The Dragons Community All-Stars Program honors individuals who have gone above and beyond to
playability and aesthetics and faster drainage of excess           improve the quality of life in the Miami Valley. From fire fighters to first responders to volunteers and
water. Approximately 100,000 square feet of Kentucky               good Samaritans, we're going to highlight these Community All-Stars at Dragons games all summer
Bluegrass was installed. The effort represents the first           long. We will be honoring 35 all-stars total with five of these all-stars being honored on the field with
complete field reconstruction since the ballpark was built         a tribute video and having their story featured in the DDN and on a tri-fold in PlayBall!
prior to the 2000 season.
                                  TODAY’S STARTING PITCHER

                                                                                      DAN JENSEN
                         Height: 6-7                       Bats: R                   Birthdate: July 25, 1989                                                           Acquired: Reds # 20, 2011
                         Weight: 225                       Throws: R                 College: University of Cincinnati                                                  Resides: Centerville, OH

Notes: Centerville native who is first Montgomery County native to play for Dragons…Played one year at Sinclair Community College
and then transferred to the University of Cincinnati…Spent three years at UC and was a starter as a junior and senior…In spring of
2011, made 15 starts, going 4-5 with a 3.11 ERA…Showed good control with Billings last season, allowing just 10 walks in 31 innings
while striking out 24 and surrendering 42 hits.
          Career Stats
Year            Team             League Level ORG W L PCT ERA G GS CG SHO SV SVO IP                                                H R ER HR HB BB IBB SO WP BK GO AO GIDP AVG AB TBF GF
2011 Billings Mustangs            PIO       rok    CIN 1 2 .333 6.39 13 2              0        0       0       1       31.0 42 25 22 6                    2 10 0 24 3          0 47 18   2   .323 130 143 0
2011 Bakersfield Blaze            CAL       afa    CIN 0 0 .000 1.50 1 1               0        0       0       0       6.0 3 1 1                      0   0   1    0   3   0   0 10 3    1   .158 19 20 0
        Minor League Totals                               1 2 .333 5.59 14 3           0        0       0       1       37.0 45 26 23 6                    2 11 0 27 3          0 57 21   3   .302 149 163 0

Dayton, 2012 (Midwest League)
DATE          G# OPP H/R DEC ERA G GS CG SHO SVO IP H R ER HR HB BB IBB SO BK WP GO/AO GIDP AVG AB TBF
04/05/2012 1        WM H              0.00 1                       1.0 1 0 0           0    0       1       0           2     0     1           0.00       0       .250 4   5
04/07/2012 1        WM H     L        0.00 1                       1.0 2 1 0           0    0       1       0           0     0     0           0.25       0       .300 6   7
04/10/2012 1        LAN H             0.00 1                       2.0 1 0 0           0    0       0       0           2     0     0           0.67       0       .222 8   8
04/14/2012 1        SB   R   S        0.00 1                  1    3.0 1 0 0           0    0       0       0           2     0     0           1.13       0       .179 10 10
04/17/2012 1        FW   R            0.00 1                       1.0 0 0 0           0    0       0       0           1     0     0           1.11       0       .161 3   3
04/19/2012 1        QC   H   L        0.00 1                       3.0 3 1 0           0    0       0       0           2     0     0           1.17       1       .186 12 12
04/23/2012 1        CR   H   W        0.00 1                       2.0 3 0 0           0    0       0       0           2     0     0           1.31       0       .212 9   9
04/27/2012 1        WIS R             0.00 1                       1.0 1 0 0           0    0       0       0           1     0     0           1.54       0       .211 5   5
04/30/2012 1        BEL R             1.80 1                       1.0 3 3 3           0    0       1       0           0     0     1           1.77       0       .238 6   7
05/04/2012 1        LC   H            1.69 1                       1.0 1 0 0           0    0       0       0           0     0     0           1.79       0       .239 4   4
05/08/2012 1        FW   H            1.35 1 1                     4.0 2 1 0           0    0       1       0           1     0     0           1.50       0       .225 13 15
05/13/2012 1        LAN H    L        2.28 1 1                     3.2 3 4 3           0    1       3       0           0     0     0           1.54       0       .223 14 18
05/18/2012 1        BG   R   W        2.43 1 1                     6.0 4 2 2           1    0       2       0           4     1     0           1.34       0       .219 20 24
05/24/2012 1        LAN R    L        3.21 1 1                     4.0 6 4 4           0    0       6       0           1     0     1           1.42       1       .233 19 25

            W-L-S ERA G GS CG SHO SVO IP                   H R ER HR HB BB IBB SO BK WP GO/AO GIDP AVG AB TBF
Total       2-4-1   3.21 14 4     0     0      1       33.2 31 16 12 1       1       15 0       18 1            3           1.42        2         .233 133 152


              W-L-S ERA G GS CG SHO SVO IP                   H R ER HR HB BB IBB SO BK WP GO/AO GIDP AVG AB TBF
Reliever      1-2-1 1.69 10                        1     16.0 16 5 3     0       0     3    0       12 0            2        1.79           1          .239 67 70
Starter       1-2-0 4.58 4 4                             17.2 15 11 9    1       1     12 0         6       1       1        1.18           1          .227 66 82


Dragons 2012 Starting Pitching Rotation (in order of use)
Radhames Quezada (RHP): Reds 2007 NDFA (Dominican Republic)…2011 at Billings: 2-3, 3.83 ERA, 10 GS.
Tanner Robles (LHP): Reds #9 draft pick, 2010 (Oregon State)…2011 at Dayton: 7-9, 5.40 ERA, 20 GS, 1 relief app. 2010 Pioneer League All-Star.
Stalin Gerson (RHP): Reds 2007 NDFA (Dominican Republic)…2011 at Dayton: 6-2, 3.41 ERA, 14 G, 12 GS. Reds Minor Lg. Pitcher/Month, June, „11.
Jacob Johnson (RHP): Reds 2009 #11 draft pick (Trinity Christian Academy, Lake Worth, Florida)…Missed 2011 (shoulder surgery).
Dan Jensen (RHP): Reds #20 draft pick, 2011 (University of Cincinnati)…2011 at Billings: 1-2, 6.39 ERA, 13 G, 2 GS. 1 GS at Bakersfield (6 IP, 1 R).

Bullpen                      Days Off since last G                       IP in last G
James Allen                           4                                      3
Jimmy Moran                           3                                      2
Mike Dennhardt                        3                                      3
Ryan Kemp                             2                                      2.1
El‟Hajj Muhammad                      1                                      1
Carlos Contreras                      1                                      1
Cole Green                            0                                      1
Lucas O‟Rear                          0                                      2
                                      DRAGONS BATTERS STREAKS/NOTES
Arias                       Last 17 G: 6 for 63, .095, lowering avg. from .216 to .166. Reds NDFA, 2008 (Dominican Republic).
                            Signed as SS. Moved to 3B after 2010 season. 2011 at Billings: .251-8-30 in 61 G. Entered 2011 as Reds # 17 prospect.

Buckley                     Last 7 G: 8 for 25, .320, HR, 3-2B. Reds #6, „11 draft, St. Petersburg College. Also played at South Florida.
                            Reds #24 prospect. 2011 at Billings: .289-14-41 in 59 G. DH on Pioneer League All-Star Team. Played 3B in „11.

Dailey                      Last 12 G: 6 for 43, .140. Joined Dragons 4/10 from extended spring training.
                            Reds #34, „10 draft, Pauline Johnson High School (Brantford, Ontario).
                            2011 at AZL Reds: .298-1-27 in 43 G. Played in 3 G with Dayton in September, 2011.
Gonzalez                    April: .311; May: .233. Reds #30, 2009 draft, Wabash Valley (Ill.) College.
                            2011 at Billings: .262-2-24 in 38 G. Threw out 52 percent of opposing base stealers in 2011 at Billings.

Muller                      Has hit safely in 6 of 7 games since arriving May 20 from extended spring training. 2012 at Bakersfield: .182-0-2, 8 G.
                            2011 at Dayton: .253-0-7, 8 SB, 26 G. 2011 at Billings: .242-2-18, 24 SB in 43 G. Reds #22, 2010 draft, University of Iowa.

O’Shea                      Has snapped 2 for 36 on road trip with 4 for 15, .267. Reds #24, 2011 draft, University of Minnesota.
                            First Team All Big Ten in 2010 as soph. (.333-13-60 in 62 G). 2011 at Billings: .255-7-21 in 41 G.

Perez                       Snapped 1 for 15 slump with 3 for 5 Sunday, but 0 for 4 Monday. Reds #26, 2011 draft, College of the Canyons (Calif).
                            Hit .400 and was conference player of the year at COC in ‟11. 2011 at AZL Reds/Billings: .316-4-32 in 52 G.

Selsky                      Has three 2-hit games on current trip. Average has remained between .267 and .287 since April 27.
                            Reds #33, 2011 draft, University of Arizona. All PAC 10 in 2010 as soph. (.370-9-52 in 58 G). 2011 at AZL Reds/Billings: .311-7-20 in 28 G.

Sierra                      Placed on D.L. on May 20 (bruised heel). Reds NDFA, 2007 (Dominican Republic).
                            In 2011 with Dragons, played 2B, 3B, LF, CF, RF. 2011 at Dayton: .234-0-29, 30 SB in 105 G.

Silva                       Last 8 G: 2 for 24. Reds #9, 2009 draft, Puerto Rico Baseball Academy and High School.
                            2011 at Billings: .293-4-21 in 41 G.

Terry                       2 for 16 since 3 for 4 game to start trip Wednesday. Joined Dragons May 12 from Bakersfield (Adv.-A; 6 G, .333-0-2).
                            Began season in extended spring training. Reds #30, 2011 draft, Cal State Fullerton. 2011 at AZL Reds: .216-0-8 in 13 G.

Vicioso                     Promoted to Bakersfield.

Waldrop                     Last 6 G: 10 for 23, .435, 2 HR. Reds #12, 2010 draft, Riverdale H.S., Ft. Myers, FL.
                            Signed to play football at USF before draft. 2011 at Billings: .273-5-29 in 68 G. Reds #22 prospect.

Wright                      11 G hitting streak: 21 for 44, .478, 8-2B. Longest current hitting streak in MWL. Eight multi-hit games among the 11.
                            Reds #5, 2011 draft, University of Louisville. First Team All Big East in 2010 and „11.
                            2011 at Billings: .298-7-32 in 40 G. Pioneer League #10 prospect. Reds #23 prospect entering 2012.

Prospect rankings courtesy of Baseball America.



                                                   DRAGONS BATTER TENDENCIES
                      Last Game                        at LAN                   at WM                     Road Trip
                      H    AB                          H         AB             H         AB              H   AB    Avg.
Arias                 DNP                              1         7              1         7               2   14    .143
Buckley               0    4                           2         12             2         7               4   19    .211
Dailey                DNP                              1         4              0         3               1   7     .143
Gonzalez              DNP                              0         0              2         8               2   8     .250
Muller                2    3   R, BB, 2B               5         14             4         12              9   26    .346
O'Shea                1    3                           3         12             1         3               4   15    .267
Perez                 0    4                           1         11             3         9               4   20    .200
Selsky                2    4   RBI                     4         13             2         9               6   22    .273
Silva                 0    3                           0         7              1         7               1   14    .071
Terry                 0    4                           3         7              2         13              5   20    .250
Vicioso               To Bakersfield                   0         0              2         4               2   4     .500
Waldrop               0    4                           4         7              4         12              8   19    .421
Wright                1    4                           6         13             5         12              11 25     .440
Team                  6    33                          30        107            29        106             59 213
                                                       .280                     .274                                .277
             BULLPEN BREAKDOWN (listed with last 3 appearances)
James Allen, RHP
Reds #7 draft pick, 2011 (Kansas State)…2011 at Billings: 2-0, 1.26 ERA, 7 Sv, 22 G, 0 GS, 5-39 BB-SO ratio, .198 opps. batting average…Set school
record at Kansas State in career saves (31) and single-season saves (17 in 2011)…2011 First Team All-American (NCBWR, Collegiate Baseball).

Date        Opponent                Dec.        IP      H       R       ER      BB      SO
5/17        at Bowling Green        L, BSv      2       4       3       3       1       2
5/20        Great Lakes             ND          2       0       0       0       0       2
5/24        at Lansing              ND          3       2       0       0       3       2

Carlos Contreras, RHP
Signed by the Reds as an international free agent prior to the 2008 season and spent two years in the Dominican Summer League…2011 at Billings: 2-
1, 5.00 ERA, 18 G, 0 GS. 2012 is fifth season in Reds organization.

Date        Opponent                Dec.        IP      H       R       ER      BB      SO
5/23        at Lansing              L, BSv      0.2     2       4       4       3       1
5/26        at West Michigan        Sv          1       0       0       0       0       0
5/27        at West Michigan        Sv          1       0       0       0       0       1

Mike Dennhardt, RHP
Joined Dragons on May 9 from extended spring training…Reds #32 draft pick, 2011, Boston College…Underwent “Tommy John” surgery two months
before 2011 draft…Making professional debut with Dragons…Went 1-2, 5.89 at Boston College in 2011 in just five games before surgery…Went 19-0
over last two seasons of high school at Don Bosco in New Jersey (10-0 as senior as team went 33-0 and won state championship).

Date        Opponent                Dec.        IP      H       R       ER      BB      SO
5/16        at Bowling Green        L, BSv      1       4       3       3       1       0
5/20        Great Lakes             ND          1       2       0       0       0       0
5/25        at Lansing              ND          3       1       0       0       0       0


Cole Green, RHP
Joined Dragons on May 28 after completion of 50-game suspension…Reds #9 draft pick, 2011, University of Texas…2010 Big 12 Conference Pitcher of
the Year…Started Texas‟ second game in 2011 College World Series…Went 8-4, 3.14 for the fifth-ranked Longhorns in 2011 and earned All-Conference
Honorable Mention honors…Starting and winning pitcher in 2011 Super Regional game two vs. Arizona State, sending series to decisive game three.

Date        Opponent                Dec.        IP      H       R       ER      BB      SO
5/28        at West Michigan        ND          1       0       0       0       0       0


Ryan Kemp, RHP
Reds #14 draft pick, 2011, St. Joseph‟s University (Philadelphia)…2011 at Billings: 3-1, 3.48, 16 G, 0 GS, .181 opps. batting avg. Named Baltimore city
player of the year as high school junior…54 career appearances at St. Joseph‟s (all in relief).

Date        Opponent                Dec.        IP      H       R       ER      BB      SO
5/19        Great Lakes             ND          1.1     2       1       1       2       1
5/21        Great Lakes             Sv          1       0       0       0       1       0
5/26        at West Michigan        W           2.1     1       0       0       0       3

Jimmy Moran, RHP
Reds #18 draft pick, 2011 (University of South Florida)...2011 at AZL Reds: 1-1, 3.54 ERA, 19 G, 0 GS, 26 SO in 20.1 IP…Father was longtime major
league scout…2011 at USF: 4-1, 3.91 ERA, 20 G.

Date        Opponent                Dec.        IP      H       R       ER      BB      SO
5/12        Lansing                 ND          2.1     6       6       4       0       2
5/16        at Bowling Green        ND          2       4       1       0       2       0
5/25        at Lansing              ND          2       1       1       0       1       0


El’Hajj Muhammad, RHP
Reds #49 draft pick, 2010, County College of Morris (N.J.)…2011 at Billings: 2-2, 4.70, 19 G (0 GS)…Joined Dragons May 5 (extended spring training).

Date        Opponent                Dec.        IP      H       R       ER      BB      SO
5/19        Great Lakes             ND          0.2     4       2       2       1       1
5/24        at Lansing              ND          1       2       1       1       3       1
5/27        at West Michigan        ND          1       0       0       0       0       0

Lucas O’Rear, RHP
Reds #13 draft pick, 2010, University of Northern Iowa…2011 at AZL Reds: 0-4, 9.00, 12 G (6 GS)…Joined Dragons May 13 (extended spring
training)…Sixth man on 2009-‟10 UNI basketball team that reached Sweet 16 in NCAA tournament.

Date        Opponent                Dec.        IP      H       R       ER      BB      SO
5/15        Lansing                 ND          2.2     1       0       0       4       4
5/19        Great Lakes             ND          2.2     3       5       5       3       4
5/23        at Lansing              ND          2       4       2       2       0       1
                                                         DRAGONS 2012 MILESTONES
Team Notes
Most Consecutive Wins:            ........................................................................................................................................................... 2, several
Most Consecutive Losses: ................................................................................................................................................... 8, April 29-May 8
Longest Game (Innings): .............................................................................................. 16, May 8 vs. Fort Wayne (G1, scheduled 7-innings)
Shortest 9-Inning Game (Minutes): ................................................................................................................ 1:54, April 22 vs. Cedar Rapids
Shortest 7-Inning Game (Minutes): .............................................................................................................1:33, May 8 vs. Fort Wayne (G2)
Longest 9-Inning Game (Minutes): ................................................................................................................... 3:09, May 19 vs. Great Lakes
Longest Extra Inning Game (Minutes): ........................................................................................................4:22, May 8 vs. Fort Wayne (G1)
Biggest Deficit in Win:......................................................................................................................................... 4, May 26 at West Michigan
Biggest Lead in Loss: ............................................................................................................................................ 4, April 19 vs. Quad Cities
Largest Margin of Victory: .................................................................................. 6, April 14 at South Bend (6-0); April 16 at Fort Wayne (9-3)
Largest Margin of Defeat: .......................................................................................................................................... 12, May 12 vs. Lansing
Most Errors, Game: ............................................................................................................................................... 6, April 19 vs. Quad Cities
Most Errors, Inning: ............................................................................................................................ 3, April 19 at Quad Cities (13th inning)

Team Batting
Most Runs, Game: .............................................................................................................................................. 12, April 20 vs. Quad Cities
Most Runs, Inning: ........................................................................................................................................7, April 28 at Beloit (2nd inning)
Most Hits, Game:......................................................................................................................................................... 16, May 23 at Lansing
Most Hits, Inning:...........................................................................................................................................6, April 28 at Beloit (2nd inning)
Fewest Hits, Game: ................................................................................................................................................ 2, April 12 at South Bend
Most Home Runs, Game: ........................................................................................................................................ 2, April 18 at Fort Wayne
Most Home Runs, Inning: .............................................................................................................................................................................1
Most Doubles, Game: ............................................................................................................................................ 5, April 20 vs. Quad Cities
Most Triples, Game: .................................................................................................. 2, April 5 vs. West Michigan; May 16 at Bowling Green
Most Walks, Game: ................................................................................................................................................. 8, April 16 at Fort Wayne
Most Strikeouts, Game: ......................................................................................................................................... 16, May 8 vs. Fort Wayne
Most Extra Base Hits, Game: ................................................................................................................................ 7, April 20 vs. Quad Cities
Most Left on Base, Game: ..................................................................................................................................... 15, April 17 at Fort Wayne
Most Left on Base, Nine Inning Game: .................................................................................................................. 15, April 17 at Fort Wayne

Individual Batting
Most Hits, Game:............................................................................................................................................................................ 3, several
Most Runs, Game: ......................................................................... 3, Waldrop, April 23 vs. Cedar Rapids; Muller, May 26 at West Michigan
Most RBI, Game: ............................................................................................................................................................................ 3, several
Most Doubles, Game: ..................................................................................................................................................................... 2, several
Most Triples, Game: .......................................................................... 2, Perez, April 5 vs. West Michigan; Wright, April 24 vs. Cedar Rapids
Most Home Runs, Game: .............................................................................................................................................................................1
Most Walks, Game: ........................................................................................... 3, Silva, May 2 vs. Lake County & May 18 at Bowling Green
Most Stolen Bases, Game: .............................................................................................................................. 3, Bowe, April 11 vs. Lansing
Longest Hitting Streak: ............................................................................................................................................... 11, Wright, May 17-27

Grand Slam Home Runs:
Back-to-Back Home Runs:
Two-Home Run Games:
Four or More Hits in a Game:
Hitting for the Cycle:
Inside-the-Park Home Runs:

Team Pitching
Most Runs Allowed, Game: ....................................................................................................................................... 16, May 12 vs. Lansing
Most Runs Allowed, Inning: ...................................................................................................................................6, May 19 vs. Great Lakes
Most Hits Allowed, Game: ......................................................................................................................................... 18, May 12 vs. Lansing
Most Home Runs Allowed, Game: .................................................................................................... 3, several. Last: May 6 vs. Fort Wayne
Most Walks Allowed, Game: ........................................................................................................................................ 12, May 24 at Lansing
Most Strikeouts, Game: ............................................................................................................................................. 14, May 12 vs. Lansing
Fewest Hits Allowed, Game: ................................................................................................................................... 3, April 14 at South Bend

Individual Pitching
Most Consecutive Scoreless Innings: ....................................................................................... 12, Quezada, April 6-17; Gerson, May 11-21
Most Innings Pitched, Game: ....................................................... 7, Quezada, April 22 vs. Cedar Rapids; Gerson, May 27 at West Michigan
Most Hits Allowed, Game: ........................ 10, Gerson (2 times), April 9 vs. Lansing, May 6 vs. Fort Wayne; French, May 2 vs. Lake County
Most Runs Allowed, Game: ........................................................................................................................ 8, Gerson, May 6 vs. Fort Wayne
Most Walks Allowed, Game: ............................................................................ 6, Quezada, May 14 vs. Lansing; Jensen, May 24 at Lansing
Most Strikeouts, Game: .................................................................................... 8, French, April 5 vs. West Michigan & April 26 at Wisconsin
Longest Relief Outing: ................................................................................................................................. 4.2, Allen, May 9 at Lake County


Most Strikeouts, Game, Opposing Pitcher: ..................................................................................................... 10, Shibuya, at Beloit, April 29
Most Hits, Game, Opposing Player: ............................................................................... 6, Kevin Pillar, Lansing, May 12 (tied league record)
Grand Slam Home Runs, Opponents: .............................................................................................................. Kevin Pillar, Lansing, May 12

*Dragons club record; # ties Dragons club record
DRAGONS ALL-TIME                      DRAGONS 2012 WON-LOSS BREAKDOWN
 OPENING NIGHT                                                             HOME GAMES           AWAY GAMES           ALL GAMES

STARTING LINEUPS                                                              W      L            W      L              W         L
                                   SEASON                                     9      17           10     15             19        32
                                   FIRST HALF                                 9      17           10     15             19        32
2000             2006
                                   SECOND HALF                                                                           0         0
Layton, cf       Griffin, 2b
                                   DAY GAMES                                  1       3            3      4              4         7
Beattie, 2b      Janish, ss
Dunn, lf         Bruce, cf         NIGHT GAMES                                8      14            7     11             15        25
Kearns, rf       Szymanski, rf     VS. LH (DECISION)                          2       3            3      3              5         6
Bookout, 1b      Mosby, 1b         VS. RH (DECISION)                          7      14            7     12             14        26
Whitehead, c     Cabrera, lf       ONE RUN GAMES                              3       4            2      7              5        11
Welsh, dh        Tatum, c          EXTRA INNINGS                              0       4            1      1              1         5
Baderdeen, 3b    Roberts, dh       SHUTOUTS                                   1       4            1      3              2         7
Hawes, ss        Reininger, 3b
Howington, p     Wood, p           IN APRIL                                   6       6            6      7             12        13
                                   IN MAY                                     3      11            4      8              7        19
2001             2007              IN JUNE                                                                               0         0
Espinosa, ss     Stubbs, cf        IN JULY                                                                               0         0
Campana, 2b      Turner, 2b        IN AUGUST                                                                             0         0
Pena, cf         Valaika, ss       IN SEPTEMBER                                                                          0         0
Ruiz, 1b         Francisco, 3b
                                   '
Smitherman, lf   Phipps, rf
                                   VS. EAST                                   5      15            8     11             13        26
Suarez, c        Parker, 1b
Peters, dh       Rojo, dh
                                   VS. BOWLING GREEN                          0       0            1      2              1         2
Williamson, rf   Esquer, c         VS. FORT WAYNE                             1       3            2      1              3         4
Calitri, 3b      Heisey, lf        VS. GREAT LAKES                            2       1            0      0              2         1
Snare, p         Watson, p         VS. LAKE COUNTY                            0       3            1      2              1         5
                                   VS. LANSING                                0       7            0      3              0        10
2002             2008              VS. SOUTH BEND                             0       0            2      2              2         2
Nina, cf         Reed, cf          VS. WEST MICHIGAN                          2       1            2      1              4         2
Bergolla, 2b     Menchaca, lf
Varner, lf       Frazier, ss       VS. WEST                                   4       2            2      4             6          6
Gutierrez, 1b    Waring, 3b        VS. BELOIT                                 0       0            1      2             1          2
Williamson, rf   McKennon, 1b      VS. BURLINGTON                             0       0            0      0             0          0
Encarnacion,3b   Phipps, rf        VS. CEDAR RAPIDS                           2       1            0      0             2          1
Davis, dh        Bour, c           VS. CLINTON                                0       0            0      0             0          0
Prince, c        Bartles, dh       VS. KANE COUNTY                            0       0            0      0             0          0
Patchett, ss     Feiner, 2b
                                   VS. PEORIA                                 0       0            0      0             0          0
Gillman, p       Carroll, p
                                   VS. QUAD CITIES                            2       1            0      0             2          1
2003             2009              VS. WISCONSIN                              0       0            1      2             1          2
Mateo, ss        Sappelt, cf
Howard, 2b       Rojas, ss         AHEAD AFTER 7 INN. (DH:5)                  8       2            7      0            15          2
Votto, 1b        Day, dh           TIED AFTER 7 INN.                          1       2            2      3             3          5
Vavao, dh        Sosa, 1b          BEHIND AFTER 7 INN.                        0      13            1     12             1         25
Schramek, 3b     Wiley, rf         SCORED FIRST                               6       2            6      4            12          6
Correll, lf      Puckett, 2b       OPPS. SCORED FIRST                         3      15            4     11             7         26
Davis, rf        Pfister, 3b       SCORED FOUR OR MORE                        6       5            8      3            14          8
Ruiz, cf         Coddington, c     SCORED THREE OR LESS                       3      12            2     12             5         24
Perez, c         Brown, lf         DOUBLEHEADERS (W-L-SPL)                                                            0-0-0
Valdez, p        Fairel, p         COME FROM BEHIND WINS                      4                    6                   10
                                   OPPS. COME FROM BEHIND WINS                        5                   5            10
2004             2010
Dickerson, cf    Gregorius, ss
Bolivar, ss      Rodriguez,H, 2b   DRAGONS ALL-TIME TOP 10 PROSPECTS (COURTESY OF BASEBALL AMERICA)
Votto, 1b        Means, cf         By Year
Smith, lf        Wiley, rf         2012 None in Top 10 (highest: # 22 Kyle Waldrop)
Himes, rf        Richburg, C, 1b   2011: # 2 Billy Hamilton; # 5 Yorman Rodriguez; # 10 Kyle Lotzkar
Hernandez, 2b    Fleury, dh        2010: None in Top 10 (highest: # 15 Didi Gregorius)
Fry, dh          Coddington, C     2009: None in Top 10 (Highest: # 20 J.C. Sulbaran)
Olmstead, 3b     Pfister, 3b       2008: # 6 Devin Mesoraco; # 7 Todd Frazier
Perez, c         Oliveras, lf      2007: # 5 Drew Stubbs; # 7 Sean Watson; # 10 Chris Valaika
Gillman, p       Ravin, p          2006: # 2 Jay Bruce; # 3 Travis Wood; # 4 B.J. Szymanski; # 6 Rafael Gonzalez
                                   2005: # 1 Homer Bailey; # 5 B.J. Szymanski; # 10 Paul Janish
2005             2011              2004: # 5 Joey Votto; # 8 Tyler Pelland
Lewis, lf        Hamilton, ss      2003: # 1 Chris Gruler; # 10 Mark Schramek
Janish, ss       Muller, lf        2002: None in Top 10
Szymanski, cf    Pfister, 3b       2001: # 5 David Espinosa; # 6 Ty Howington; # 7 Dustin Moseley
Gutierrez, 1b    Duran, rf         2000: # 2 Adam Dunn; # 4 Ty Howington; # 6 Austin Kearns
Tatum, c         Lutz, 1b
Mosby, dh        Rodriguez, cf     By Ranking
Hernandez, 3b    Vidal, 3b         # 1: Chris Gruler, 2003; Homer Bailey, 2005
Sandoval, 2b     Lohman, 2b        # 2: Adam Dunn, 2000; Jay Bruce, 2006; Billy Hamilton, 2011
Gentry, rf       Barnhart, c       # 3: Travis Wood, 2006
Ramirez, p       Smith, p          # 4: Ty Howington, 2000; B.J. Szymanski, 2006
                                   # 5: David Espinosa, 2001; Joey Votto, 2004; B.J. Szymanski, „05; Drew Stubbs, „07; Yorman Rodriguez, „11
                 Bold: Player      # 6: Austin Kearns, 2000; Ty Howington, 2001; Rafael Gonzalez, 2006; Devin Mesoraco, 2008
                 has reached       # 7: Dustin Moseley, 2001; Sean Watson, 2007; Todd Frazier, 2008
                 MLB               # 8: Tyler Pelland, 2004
                                   # 10: Paul Janish, 2005; Chris Valaika, 2007; Mark Schramek, 2003
                                        2012 DRAGONS REVIEW

                            DRAGONS OPPONENT WINNING                 LOSING
DATE       OPP.   SCORE R-H-E-LOB R-H-E-LOB PITCHER                  PITCHER       SAVE        REC.    STD.    GA/B   ATT.     TIME
4/5        WM     3-0       3-9-1-9      0-4-0-8       French        Carreno       Kemp        1-0     T-1st   ---     8,402   2:32
4/6        WM     3-2       3-9-0-8      2-6-1-8       Moran         Bennett       None        2-0     T-1st   ---     8,496   2:41
4/7        WM     4-5 (11)  4-11-3-9     5-11-2-10     White         Jensen        None        2-1     T-2nd   -1.0    8,598   3:08
4/9        LAN    0-8       0-3-2-7      8-14-2-9      Sanchez       Gerson        None        2-2     T-3rd   -2.0    7,983   2:39
4/10       LAN    2-6       2-3-2-4      6-8-1-6       Hernandez     Gonzalez      None        2-3     T-4th   -3.0    8,115   2:31
4/11       LAN    4-7       4-9-2-6      7-8-1-7       Syndergaard   French        Meyer       2-4     T-6th   -4.0    7,965   2:40
4/12       @SB    0-1       0-2-1-3      1-5-1-7       Paredes       Moran         None        2-5     T-7th   -5.0      882   2:15
4/13       @SB    6-4       6-10-1-9     4-8-1-8       McMyne        Johnson       None        3-5     T-5th   -4.0    1,504   2:41
4/14       @SB    6-0       6-13-1-9     0-3-1-5       Gerson        Darrah        Jensen      4-5     T-3rd   -4.0      810   2:30
4/15       @SB    1-10      1-3-1-4      10-13-0-3     Bradley       Gonzalez      None        4-6     T-5th   -5.0      954   2:11
4/16       @FW    9-3       9-9-1-8      3-8-2-10      French        Garces        None        5-6     T-3rd   -5.0    2,547   2:54
4/17       @FW    1-4       1-7-0-15     4-8-0-5       De La Cruz    Quezada       Stites      5-7     T-5th   -6.0    2,525   2:50
4/18       @FW    9-4       9-11-0-5     4-10-4-7      Robles        Ross          None        6-7     T-4th   -5.0    5,853   2:38
4/19       QC     4-5 (13)  4-12-6-10    5-10-2-9      Miranda       Jensen        Cole        6-8     6th     -6.0    8,375   3:31
4/20       QC     12-7      12-15-3-4    7-10-2-7      Allen         Hald          None        7-8     T-4th   -5.0    9,173   2:36
4/21       QC     5-1       5-8-0-7      1-10-4-12     French        Gaviglio      Contreras   8-8     T-4th   -5.0    8,899   2:27
4/22       CR     0-2       0-4-0-4      2-5-0-2       Melioris      Quezada       None        8-9     T-5th   -5.0    8,710   1:54
4/23       CR     8-3       8-12-2-8     3-8-1-5       Jensen        Odom          None        9-9     T-4th   -5.0    8,499   2:31
4/24       CR     3-2       3-7-0-5      2-5-0-5       Robles        Johnson       Contreras   10-9    T-4th   -4.0    8,941   2:21
4/25       @WIS   3-4       3-8-2-8      4-11-1-8      Harvey        Moran         None        10-10   5th     -5.0    1,076   2:51
4/26       @WIS   3-1 (10)  3-9-0-8      1-5-2-3       McMyne        Shackelford   None        11-10   T-4th   -5.0    1,694   2:53
4/27       @WIS   0-3       0-4-2-3      3-6-0-7       Gagnon        Quezada       Toledo      11-11   T-4th   -6.0    6,616   2:10
4/28       @BLT   7-3       7-11-2-5     3-6-2-6       Tuttle        Gruver        None        12-11   4th     -5.0      342   2:33
4/29       @BLT   3-4       3-9-0-7      4-12-3-10     Williams      McMyne        None        12-12   T-4th   -6.0      482   2:27
4/30       @BLT   0-7       0-5-1-4      7-11-0-8      Wheeler       Gerson        None        12-13   T-5th   -6.5      501   2:22
5/2        LC     3-5       3-9-1-10     5-14-1-7      Sterling      French        Johnson     12-14   6th     -6.5   8,144    2:52
5/3        LC     4-5 (10)  4-10-3-8     5-8-0-7       Johnson       McMyne        Cook        12-15   6th     -7.5   8,230    2:46
5/4        LC     0-5       0-4-2-4      5-7-0-3       Colon         Tuttle        None        12-16   6th     -7.5   8,647    2:03
5/5        FW     0-3       0-3-3-8      3-5-3-7       Wisler        Robles        Cropper     12-17   T-6th   -8.5   8,733    2:20
5/6        FW     1-11      1-6-2-8      11-13-2-6     Hebner        Gerson        None        12-18   8th     -9.5   8,350    2:29
5/7        FW     Postponed, rain. Rescheduled for Tuesday, May 8.
5/8 (G1)   FW     1-3 (16)  1-5-5-8      3-14-1-15     Needy         Muhammad      None        12-19   doubleheader            4:22
5/8 (G2)   FW     4-2       4-4-2-3      2-4-1-5       Quezada       Hancock       Pinckard    13-19   8th   -8.5     8,178    1:33
5/9        @LC    1-4       1-4-1-4      4-8-0-10      Colon         Allen         Johnson     13-20   8th   -9.5     1,806    2:06
5/10       @LC    1-2       1-6-1-8      2-4-2-4       Anderson      Robles        Johnson     13-21   8th   -10.5    1,349    2:05
5/11       @LC    5-4       5-10-3-7     4-12-1-12     McMyne        Valera        Pinckard    14-21   8th   -9.5     5,417    2:39
5/12       LAN    4-16      4-13-2-12    16-18-1-9     Syndergaard   Tuttle        None        14-22   8th   -10.5    8,793    3:02
5/13       LAN    3-6       3-8-3-8      6-7-2-7       Rollins       Jensen        None        14-23   8th   -11.5    8,194    2:44
5/14       LAN    2-4       2-7-0-6      4-5-2-10      Walden        Quezada       Meyer       14-24   8th   -12.5    8,284    2:36
5/15       LAN    1-2       1-7-0-8      2-5-1-11      Nicolino      Robles        Avendano    14-25   8th   -13.5    8,388    2:43
5/16       @BG    1-4       1-6-1-7      4-12-1-10     Gomez         Dennhardt     Bellatti    14-26   8th   -13.5    2,968    2:37
5/17       @BG    4-5       4-7-0-6      5-10-2-5      Thomas        Allen         McEachern   14-27   8th   -14.5    3,927    2:28
5/18       @BG    3-2       3-7-0-9      2-4-4-5       Jensen        Cononie       McMyne      15-27   8th   -14.5    2,629    2:16
5/19       GL     3-14      3-7-2-6      14-14-1-11    O'Sullivan    Quezada       None        15-28   8th   -15.5    9,129    3:09
5/20       GL     6-4       6-9-0-9      4-7-2-6       Robles        Gomez         McMyne      16-28   8th   -15.5    8,769    2:33
5/21       GL     7-6       7-11-1-6     6-10-2-9      Gerson        Ozoria        Kemp        17-28   8th   -14.5    8,116    3:02
5/23       @LAN   8-9       8-16-2-6     9-11-1-12     McFarland     Contreras     None        17-29   8th   -15.5    2,412    2:48
5/24       @LAN   2-5       2-6-3-6      5-10-1-16     Rollins       Jensen        Meyer       17-30   8th   -16.5    4,617    2:42
5/25       @LAN   7-8       7-8-1-6      8-10-2-5      Brown         Quezada       Meyer       17-31   8th   -17.5    4,714    2:32
5/26       @WM    8-6       8-11-1-8     6-10-2-5      Kemp          Ferrell       Contreras   18-31   8th   -16.5    6,113    2:49
5/27       @WM    6-3       6-12-0-6     3-9-1-5       Gerson        Mercedes      Contreras   19-31   8th   -16.5    3,903    2:43
5/28       @WM    1-3       1-6-1-6      3-8-1-8       Palacios      Johnson       Torrealba   19-32   8th            3,258    2:19
                                                              STARTS BY POSITION

                                    C        1B          2B       3B           SS          LF        CF           RF         DH      Total
 Wright                                                  45                                                                   5       50
 Perez                                                                         45                                                     45
 Selsky                                                                                    16        6            13         8        43
 Waldrop                                                                                                          38         5        43
 Arias                                                            40                                                         1        41
 Silva                                                                                     33                                8        41
 Buckley                                     32                                                                              2        34
 O'Shea                             24                                                                                       3        27
 Gonzalez                           26                                                                                                26
 Bowe                                                                                      2         20                      1        23
 Vicioso                             1       17                                                                              5        23
 Sierra                                                                                              18                               18
 Dailey                                                  3            8        5                                                      16
 Terry                                                   3            1                                                      11       15
 Muller                                                                                              7                                 7
 Maddox                                       2                                                                              1         3
 Cairo                                                                2                                                      1         3
 Ewing                                                                         1                                                       1



                                                              2012 Transactions
Opening Day Roster: Catchers: Yovan Gonzalez, Nick O‟Shea, Danny Vicioso. Infielders: Junior Arias, Sean Buckley, James Ewing, Juan Perez,
Ryan Wright. Outfielders: Theo Bowe, Jefry Sierra, Juan Silva, Kyle Waldrop. Pitchers: James Allen, Carlos Contreras, Stalin Gerson, Carlos
Gonzalez, Justice French, Dan Jensen, Ryan Kemp, Kyle McMyne, Erik Miller, Jimmy Moran, Radhames Quezada, Tanner Robles.

April 10:       Infielder James Ewing promoted to Bakersfield. Infielder Brandon Dailey promoted to Dayton from extended spring training.
April 19:       First baseman Sean Buckley placed on disabled list. First baseman Robert Maddox promoted to Dayton from extended spring training.
April 21:       Pitcher Daniel Tuttle activated from restricted list. Pitcher Carlos Gonzalez assigned to extended spring training.
April 22:       Pitcher Erik Miller assigned to extended spring training. Pitcher Brooks Pinckard sent to Dayton from Bakersfield.
April 25:       First baseman Robert Maddox assigned to extended spring training. First baseman Sean Buckley activated from disabled list.
May 3:          Infielder Miguel Cairo assigned to Dayton on major league injury rehabilitation assignment.
May 5:          Pitcher Justice French promoted to Bakersfield. Outfielder Jefry Sierra placed on disabled list. Pitchers El‟Hajj Muhammad and Ryan Kiel
                promoted to Dayton from extended spring training.
May 6:          Infielder Miguel Cairo completes rehabilitation assignment.
May 9:          Pitcher Ryan Kiel promoted to Bakersfield. Pitcher Mike Dennhardt promoted to Dayton from extended spring training.
May 12:         Pitcher Brooks Pinckard and outfielder Theo Bowe promote to Bakersfield. Outfielder Jefry Sierra activated from disabled list. Infielder Joe
                Terry sent to Dayton from Bakersfield.
May 13:         Pitcher Daniel Tuttle placed on disabled list. Pitcher Lucas O‟Rear assigned to Dayton from extended spring training.
May 17:         Pitcher Jimmy Moran assigned to extended spring training. Pitcher Jacob Johnson promoted to Dayton from extended spring training.
May 20:         Outfielder Jefry Sierra placed on disabled list. Outfielder Kurtis Muller promoted to Dayton from extended spring training.
May 24:         Pitcher Kyle McMyne promoted to Bakersfield. Pitcher Jimmy Moran promoted to Dayton from extended spring training.
May 28:         Catcher/first baseman Danny Vicioso promoted to Bakersfield. Pitcher Cole Green activated from restricted list.

Dragons Players with Other Clubs in 2012

Batter                       Club           League            Class        G        Avg.        HR   RBI         SB    AB
Kurtis Muller                Bakersfield    California        Adv.-A       8        .182        0    2           2     22
Joe Terry                    Bakersfield    California        Adv.-A       6        .333        0    2           0     21

Pitcher                      Club           League            Class        W-L      ERA         G    GS          IP    Sv




Catchers’ Throwing Statistics                                             Pitching Breakdown
Catcher        CS     SBAtt                 Pct.                          Pitchers                          IP         ER         ERA
Gonzalez                 8          31     25.8                           Starting Pitching               254.67       120        4.24
O'Shea                  12          40     30.0                           Relief Pitching                 204.67       82         3.61
Vicioso                  0          5       0.0
Totals                  20          76     26.3                           3 team unearned runs
Games Won in Final At-Bat

Date       Opponent               Score         Note
*4/6       West Michigan          3-2           O‟Shea RBI single with one out in B9 to break 2-2 tie.
4/13       at South Bend          6-4           Perez scored on wild pitch in T9 to break 4-4 tie.
4/26       at Wisconsin           3-1 (10)      Sierra RBI single with one out in T10 to break 1-1 tie.


*walk-off win



2012 Top Home Attendance Totals
Rank    Total      Date           Opponent
1       9,173      April 20       Quad Cities
2       9,129      May 19         Great Lakes
3       8,941      April 24       Cedar Rapids
4       8,899      April 21       Quad Cities
5       8,793      May 12         Lansing



Dragons by Month (rankings are among the 16 MWL teams)
Month               W-L                  Avg.     Rank               Runs/Game                    HR Rank          ERA Rank
April               12-13                .241     13th               3.84                         7       15th     3.10     3rd
May                 7-19                 .230                        3.31                         9                4.68




                                                           Dragons on the Air
Television: The Dragons produce a 25-game television package on WHIO Digital Channel 7.2 (Channel 23 and Channel 372 on most Time Warner
Cable systems). Dragons Director of Broadcasting Tom Nichols is joined by an impressive collection of guest commentators including former Reds
Todd Benzinger, Chris Sexton, Doug Bair, and Matt Klinker; hall-of-fame writer Hal McCoy; WHIO TV Sports Director Mike Hartsock; former Reds
Assistant Farm Director Grant Griesser, Ohio State University baseball coach Greg Beals, and Jamie Ramsey, author of the blog “Better Off Red.”

Radio: WONE 980 AM is the new flagship station for Dragons radio broadcasts. All home and road games can also be heard at
www.daytondragons.com. Tom Nichols and Andrew Africk provide all the action.
                                           DRAGONS BIG LEAGUE CONNECTIONS
                    ALL-TIME DRAGONS IN THE MAJOR LEAGUES (LISTED WITH YEAR PLAYING FOR DRAGONS)
Acevedo, Jose, P (00)                                        Hanigan, Ryan, C (02-03)                                      Ruiz, Randy, 1B/DH (01-02)
Bailey, Homer, P (05)                                        Heisey, Chris, OF (07)                                        Salmon, Brad, P (02)
Bergolla, William, 2B (02)                                   Horst, Jeremy, P (08)                                         Sappelt, Dave, OF (09)
Booker, Chris, P (03)                                        Janish, Paul, SS (05-06)                                      Smith, Jordan, P (07)
Bruce, Jay, OF (06)                                          Kearns, Austin, OF (00)                                       Smitherman, Stephen, OF (01)
Coffey, Todd, P (02-03)                                      Koronka, John, P (01)                                         Snare, Ryan, P (01)
Cozart, Zack, SS (07-08)                                     Madritsch, Bobby, P (00)                                      Stevens, Jeff, P (06)
Cueto, Johnny, P (06)                                        Manuel, Robert, P (06)                                        Stewart, Zach, P (08)
Del Rosario, Enerio, P (08)                                  Mateo, Marcos, P (07)                                         Stubbs, Drew, OF (07)
Denorfia, Chris, OF (02)                                     Mesoraco, Devin, C (08)                                       Tatum, Craig, C (05-06)
Dickerson, Chris, OF (04)                                    Moseley, Dustin, P (01)                                       Thompson, Daryl, P (07)
Dunn, Adam, OF (00)                                          Olmedo, Ray, SS (00)                                          Turner, Justin, 2B/SS (07)
Encarnacion, Edwin, 3B (01-02)                               Ondrusek, Logan, P (06)                                       Valaika, Chris, SS (07)
Fisher, Carlos, P (06)                                       Pena, Wily Mo, OF (01)                                        Viola, Pedro, P (07)
Francisco, Juan, 3B (07)                                     Perez, Miguel, C (03-04)                                      Votto, Joey, 1B (03-04, 09)
Frazier, Todd, INF-OF (07-08)                                Ramirez, Ramon, P (05)                                        Wood, Travis, P (06)
Guevara, Carlos, P (03-04)                                   Reith, Brian, P (00)
Hall, Josh, P (01)                                           Rosales, Adam, SS (05-06)

                                      DRAGONS ALL-TIME REDS INJURY REHABILITATION ASSIGNMENTS
Mark Wohlers, P (2000)*                                      Elizardo Ramirez, P (2006)*                                   Jared Burton, P (2009)
Jose Rijo (2001)*                                            Paul Wilson, P (2006)                                         Joey Votto, 1B (2009)
Seth Etherton, P (2002)                                      Eddie Guardado, P (2007)                                      Homer Bailey, P (2010)
Jimmy Haynes, P (2003)                                       Mike Stanton, P (2007)                                        Orlando Cabrera, SS (2010)
Ben Weber, P (2005)                                          Jolbert Cabrera, INF (2008)                                   Edinson Volquez, P (2010)*
Grant Balfour, P (2006)                                      Kent Mercker, P (2008)                                        Miguel Cairo, 3B (2012)
Matt Belisle, P (2006)                                       David Weathers, P (2008)

*Wohlers, Rijo, Ramirez, and Volquez were assigned to the Dragons roster by the Reds. All others were on official rehabilitation assignments.

                                                FORMER DRAGONS ON THE CURRENT REDS ROSTER
Homer Bailey                                                 Ryan Hanigan                                                  Joey Votto
Jay Bruce                                                    Chris Heisey
Zack Cozart                                                  Devin Mesoraco
Johnny Cueto                                                 Logan Ondrusek
Todd Frazier                                                 Drew Stubbs

                                          REDS MINOR LEAGUE COORDINATORS/ROVERS (IN UNIFORM)
Freddie Benavides: Field Coordinator
Bill Doran: Assistant Field Coordinator/Roving Infield Instructor
Ronnie Ortegon: Hitting Coordinator
Mark Riggins: Pitching Coordinator
Darren Bragg: Roving Outfield/Baserunning Coordinator
Rick Sweet: Roving Catching Coordinator
Adrian “Smokey” Garrett: Part-Time Hitting Instructor
Eric Davis: Special Assistant to the General Manager
Mario Soto: Special Assistant to the General Manager


  DRAGONS ALL-TIME MANAGERS                              DRAGONS ALL-TIME PITCHING COACHES                                DRAGONS ALL-TIME HITTING COACHES
  Freddie Benevides, 2000                                Don Alexander, 2000                                              Brian Conley, 2000-2002
  Donnie Scott, 2001-‟03, ‟07-„08                        Bill Moloney, 2001                                               Billy White, 2003
  Alonzo Powell, 2004-„05                                Ted Power, 2002                                                  Max Venable, 2004
  Billy Gardner, Jr., 2006                               Jaime Garcia, 2003                                               Chris Sabo, 2005
  Todd Benzinger, 2009-„10                               Larry Pierson, 2004-„06                                          Alonzo Powell, 2006
  Delino DeShields, 2011-„12                             Doug Bair, 2007-„08                                              Darren Bragg, 2007-„08
                                                         Tony Fossas, 2009-„11                                            Tony Jaramillo, 2009
                                                         Tom Browning, 2012                                               Ken Griffey, 2010
                                                                                                                          Alex Pelaez, 2011-„12

				
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