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Play Ball!

Did you know Dayton’s baseball history can be traced back into the 1880s? While you’re waiting those last few hours before opening day of the 2012 baseball season, take a few moments to learn about the incredible history of professional … Continue reading

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Opening Day

The original Cincinnati Red Stockings, baseball’s first openly all-professional team, were founded as an amateur club in 1866, and became fully professional in 1869. The Red Stockings won 130 straight games throughout 1869 and 1870. Star players included brothers Harry … Continue reading

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Baseball in Dayton

Baseball is called America‚Äôs pastime, and Dayton is not an exception to the rule. The onset of spring brings families to the diamond all across the Miami Valley. Dayton is home to the Dayton Dragons, and before them, the Ducks. … Continue reading

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