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[edit] Team History

The Dayton Dragons are a Cincinnati Reds affiliate in the Midwest League. They play their home games at Fifth Third Field in Dayton, Ohio. They were previously based in Rockford, Illinois and were named the Rockford Expos (1988-1992), Rockford Royals (1993-1994), Rockford Cubbies (1995-1998), and Rockford Reds (1999).

The team has sold out Fifth Third Field for every single game it has played since its move from Rockford in 2000. On July 9, 2011, the sellout streak reached 815 games, a record for any North American professional sports franchise. The previous record was held by the Portland Trail Blazers of the NBA.

[edit] Year-by-Year Record

Year Record Finish Manager Playoffs Hitting coach Pitching coach Coach
2000 70-67 7th Freddie Benavides Lost in 2nd round Brian Conley Don Alexander
2001 82-57 4th Donnie Scott Lost in 2nd round Brian Conley Bill Maloney
2002 73-67 7th Donnie Scott Lost in 1st round Brian Conley Ted Power
2003 61-78 13th Donnie Scott Billy White Jaime Garcia
2004 48-92 14th Alonzo Powell Max Venable Larry Pierson
2005 60-79 14th Alonzo Powell Chris Sabo Larry Pierson
2006 67-73 9th Billy Gardner Jr. Alonzo Powell Pete Magre
2007 78-62 6th Donnie Scott Lost in 1st round Darren Bragg Doug Bair
2008 66-72 11th Donnie Scott Lost in 2nd round Darren Bragg Doug Bair
2009 59-80 11th Todd Benzinger Tony Jaramillo Tony Fossas
2010 53-85 15th Todd Benzinger Ken Griffey, Sr. / Jason Baker Tony Fossas
2011 83-57 1st Delino DeShields Lost in 1st round Alex Pelaez Tony Fossas
2012 60-78 15th Delino DeShields Alex Pelaez Tom Browning
2013 65-74 11th Jose Nieves Alex Pelaez Tony Fossas
2014 68-70 8th Jose Nieves Luis Bolivar Tony Fossas
2015 71-68 9th Jose Nieves Luis Bolivar Tom Browning Corky Miller
2016 47-93 16th Dick Schofield Luis Bolivar Derrin Ebert Corky Miller

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