Monday, June 12, 2006


On a day when Fifth Third Field in Dayton was named one of the 10 best ballparks in the minor leagues, the Dragons gave their fans barely two hours to enjoy their stay.

That's how long it took right-hander Carlos Fisher and the Dragons to dispel of the West Michigan Whitecaps tonight in Dayton.

Fisher, an 11th round pick in the 2005 first-year player draft out of Lewis and Clark State College, allowed just three hits in seven innings and struck out 10 to help lead the Dragons to a 1-0 victory.

The 10 strikeouts match Travis Wood for Dayton's season-high. The game's duration was the shortest of the season for the Dragons.

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