Category Archives: Lansing Lugnuts

Burdick, Curlis named Midwest League players of the week

Clinton LumberKings outfielder Peyton Burdick and Dayton Dragons LHP Connor Curlis respectively were named the Midwest League offensive player and pitcher of the week for August 5-11. In seven games during that period, Burdick batted .394 (13-for-33) with two homers, … Continue reading

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The Force Awakens as Rey drives in record 8 RBI for Dragons

The Dayton Dragons snapped their five-game losing streak Saturday as Brian Rey led them to a 14-7 win over the Fort Wayne TinCaps, driving in a franchise-record eight runs for the Cincinnati Reds affiliate. Do the Dragons have a new … Continue reading

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Former Lugnut Vladimir Guerrero Jr. stars in MLB HR Derby

In a first-time matchup of rookies in the final round of the MLB Home Run Derby, New York Mets first baseman Pete Alonzo beat Toronto Blue Jays third baseman Vladimir Guerrero Jr., 23-22. But the general consensus is Guerrero — … Continue reading

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Betts wins Home Run Derby, is named MVP of All-Star Game

Bowling Green Hot Rods catcher Chris Betts won the Midwest League Home Run Derby on Monday, then was named the MVP of the MWL All-Star Game a day later after he blasted the game-winning homer for the East Division team. … Continue reading

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Bees come within one out of no-hitting Chiefs

Two Burlington Bees pitchers combined efforts to nearly no-hit the Peoria Chiefs on Saturday, instead settling for a one-hitter after coming within an out of finishing a no-no on the road. Bees starting pitcher Hector Yan went five innings, allowing … Continue reading

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