Homestand Preview for August 14-17

By Dayton Dragons | August 11, 2017 2:59 PM ET

 

DAYTON DRAGONS

HOMESTAND PREVIEW

 

August 14 - August 17, 2017

Fifth Third Field

Dayton, Ohio

 

**Game and Radio Broadcast Schedule**

 

  • Monday, August 14 - Dayton Dragons (Reds) vs. West Michigan Whitecaps (Tigers) 7:00 PM
  • Tuesday, August 15 - Dayton Dragons (Reds) vs. West Michigan Whitecaps (Tigers) 7:00 PM
  • Wednesday, August 16  - Dayton Dragons (Reds) vs. West Michigan Whitecaps (Tigers) 7:00 PM
  • Thursday, August 17 - Dayton Dragons (Reds) vs. West Michigan Whitecaps (Tigers) 7:00 PM

All games broadcast on WONE 980 AM and streamed via the Dragons website at www.daytondragons.com. Broadcasts are also available on the Dragons app for Apple and Android devices.

 

**For Your Entertainment**

  • Monday, August 14
    • Holly and Emily will perform the National Anthem
    • Performances by the Mini Dugout Dancers
  • Tuesday, August 15
    • National Anthem performed by Zach Nelson
    • Performances by the Retirement Village People
    • Performances by the Vu-Du Swing Dancers
  • Wednesday, August 16
    • David Sievers will perform the National Anthem
    • Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield and the Dragons will give Colton McNabb an experience of a lifetime as part of the "Home Run for Life" program
  • Thursday, August 17
    • National Anthem performed by David Felmet
    • Performances by the Mini Dugout Dancers
    • Performances by Team Zoom Canine Entertainment, a group of dogs performing unique tricks at incredible speeds
    • Lee's Friends and Family Night, where fans receive a Dragons hat, a Lee's Famous Recipe meal voucher, and a ticket to the game for just $12.

**Dragons On The Field**

  • Outfielder Taylor Trammell is 12 for his last 24 at the plate over the last eight games he has played in. He has also reached safely in each of his last eight plate appearances. He has recorded five hits and walked three times in that span.  
  • Jose Siri has enjoyed an impressive second half that has resulted in his name appearing among the league leaders in an assortment of categories. He is first in hits, total bases, and stolen bases; second in extra base hits and slugging percentage; tied for second in home runs; third in runs scored; and sixth in batting average.
  • With a 41-29 record in the first half, the Dragons clinched a playoff spot as the first half wild card in the Eastern Division. The Dragons last postseason appearance came back in 2011 when they were defeated in the first round by the Lansing Lugnuts.

 

**Traffic Note ** 

Due to the closing of Webster Street for bridge reconstruction, fans coming to Fifth Third Field from the north via Interstate 75 may need to find an alternate route.

 

Option 1: Take I-75 south to Exit 54 B, stay right to Webster Street. Turn left (north) on Webster, then right on Keowee. Take Keowee south. Turn right on Monument Avenue to Fifth Third Field.

 

Option 2: Take I-75 south to Main Street Exit. Turn left (east) on First Street to Fifth Third Field.

 

This story was not subject to the approval of the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues or its clubs.

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