Category Archives: Dayton Dragons

Encarnacion agrees to 3-year, $60M deal with Indians

Former Dayton Dragons infielder Edwin Encarnacion reportedly has agreed to a three-year, $60 million deal with the Cleveland Indians. The deal reportedly includes a club option for a fourth year that would pay the slugger an additional $20 million. Encarnacion … Continue reading

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Dodgers re-sign three significant ex-Midwest Leaguers

The Los Angeles Dodgers have re-signed three former Midwest Leaguers of note: closer Kenley Jansen, third baseman Justin Turner, and starting pitcher Rich Hill. Jansen signed a five-year, $80 million deal with the team on Monday. He was a catcher … Continue reading

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Braves acquire former top Mariners prospect Alex Jackson

The Seattle Mariners continued to stay active in the trade market Monday, sending former top prospect Alex Jackson and a player to be named later to the Atlanta Braves for pitching prospects Max Povse and Rob Whalen. Despite being the No. … Continue reading

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Dragons VP named Rawlings Woman Executive of the Year

Dayton Dragons Vice President of Sponsor Services Brandy Guinaugh is the recipient of this year’s Rawlings Woman Executive of the Year Award, Minor League Baseball and the Rawlings Sporting Goods Company announced Thursday. The award annually goes to a woman who made outstanding … Continue reading

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TinCaps receive Minor League Baseball’s top honor

The Fort Wayne TinCaps are the recipient of this year’s John H. Johnson President’s Award, Minor League Baseball announced Thursday. The award is given for all-around organizational excellence and is considered MiLB’s top honor, annually going to only one of the 160 MiLB teams across … Continue reading

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