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    2013 Dayton Dragons roster

    Roster by position:

    Our 2013 starting pitching rotation: Robert Stephenson, Ismael Guillon, Drew Cisco, Sal Romano, Wandy Peralta.

    Bullpen: Mo Wiley, Sean Lucas, Wes Mugarian, Jesus Adames, Joel Bender, David Chacin, Jose Amezcua.

    Our catchers are Joe Hudson, Nick O'Shea, and Wagner Gomez.

    Infield: Carlos Sanchez at 1B; Brent Peterson at 2B; Zach Vincej at SS; Seth Mejias-Brean at 3B. Also Robert Ramirez and Humberto Valor.

    The outfield: Jesse Winker, Beau Amaral, Jeff Gelalich, and Junior Arias. That's 25 players. Looks like an outstanding club.

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    Where is Dan Langfield?
    I miss Adam Dunn.

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    Re: 2013 Dayton Dragons roster

    As I understand it, Langfield is staying in Arizona for a couple of weeks. Not sure what the injury is but it is not serious. Wandy Peralta got the spot. He is a surprise. Word out of Arizona was that Peralta was exceptional this spring.

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    Re: 2013 Dayton Dragons roster

    Thanks 72, I knew you would have an answer.

    That rotation is stacked, especially when Langfield returns. I'm excited to see what Stephenson does. Same goes for Jesse Winker. I like him a lot after what he did in the Pioneer League last season, and my enthusiasm only grew when Baseball America referred to him as a potential #3 hitter in a contenders lineup.
    I miss Adam Dunn.

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    Wandy Peralta seemed to have a tough adjustment to the U.S. last year, pitching mostly in relief for the AZL Reds, but he put together two very nice seasons as a teenager in the Dominican League. He's also a lefty. It's a pleasant surprise that he gets a spot, and makes the rotation no less interesting.

    In fact, the whole roster is interesting. Peterson moving to 2B, which I guess was not entirely unexpected. Arias to the outfield, which makes a lot of sense given the reports on him at 3B. Humberto Valor on the bench. Mugarian going to a stacked bullpen that includes Wiley, Lucas (there have been very good reports on him) and David (presumably the reliever formerly known as Alejandro) Chacin. It should be a great team to follow.

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    Re: 2013 Dayton Dragons roster

    Where is Dan Langfield?
    Also, this suggests Moscot will skip Dayton and go to Bakersfield. Don't be surprised if he emerges as a legit SP prospect this year.
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    Re: 2013 Dayton Dragons roster

    Lot's of talent on this team. Stephenson and Winker have the potential to be 2 cornerstones of the franchise in 4 years.

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    Great rotation. Anxious to see Romano, Cisco and Guillon pitch. Saw Stephenson last fall gas it up to 100mph. Should be a fun group to follow this season.


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