Some players that started with the 2007 Dragons team are Chris Valaika, Drew Stubbs, Justin Turner, Logan Parker, Juan Francisco, Chris Heisey, Denis Phipps, and pitchers Travis Webb, Sean Watson, Jose Rojas, Anthony Gressick, and Lee Tabor.
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On July 24, 2008 the Dayton Dragons and Peoria Chiefs were involved in a brawl at Fifth Third Field. The game had gotten heated after multiple players were hit by pitches. Donnie Scott complained to the home plate umpire. Chiefs interim manager Carmelo Martínez came out and the two managers were yelling at each other. When Martinez pushed Scott the benches cleared and then Chiefs pitcher, Julio Castillo, threw a ball toward the Dragons dugout. The ball was high and wide and hit a fan in the second row. The fan was injured and taken to the hospital. Castillo was arrested for felony assault by the Dayton City police. The brawl delayed the game 69 minutes; fifteen players and both managers were ejected . After discussions Midwest League president George Spelius reversed all the ejections. Each team would have had to place pitchers in the outfield for the remaining eight innings of play.
The Dragons average 8,375 fans per game, or 116% of capacity. The Dragons have been the top Class A team in attendance every year of their existence, and have set and re-broken the record for Class A attendance three times. On April 17, 2007, the Dragons enjoyed their 500th consecutive sellout, believed to be the longest current streak in professional sports.
The Dragons have had 4 managers in their short history: Freddie Benavides (2000), Donnie Scott (2001-2003),(2007, 2008), Alonzo Powell (2004-2005) and Billy Gardner, Jr. (2006).
The Dragons are broadcast on ESPN Radio 1410, with Tom Nichols and Owen Serey as the broadcasters.