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Dragons Announce the ‘Dragons Lair’ Hospitality Area

Dayton Dragons LogoPRESS RELEASE – The Dayton Dragons today are pleased to announce a reinvention of the group seating section known as the “Dragons Lair” – located in left field – into a new and improved hospitality section at Fifth Third Field. The new Dragons Lair experience will feature newly-designed flooring, furniture, and amenities with an all-inclusive ticket that includes a ballpark buffet and souvenirs. Continue reading

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Ballpark Visit ALERT: Fifth Third Field (Dayton, OH)

Dayton Dragons LogoMiLB.com reporter Benjamin Hill recently visited Fifth Third Field, home of the Single-A Dayton Dragons (Midwest League).  Read more and view photos here.

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Mud Hens Plan Multimillion Dollar Area Revitalization

Toledo Mudhens LogoJoe Napoli, president and general manager of the Triple-A Toledo Mud Hens (International League), announced Tuesday that the team is working with investors on a $10 million to $50 million expansion and renovation project near the Fifth Third Field.  Read more and view map here.

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New Development Planned Near Dayton Ballpark

Dayton Dragons LogoA new $36 million mixed-use development with office, retail and housing is planned for downtown Dayton in the area of the original Ballpark Village near Fifth Third Field, home of the Single-A Dayton Dragons (Midwest League).  Read more here.  Thanks to John Cerone for the link.

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Fifth Third Field Club Level Renovation Underway

PRESS RELEASE – Construction crews are working hard on a brand new project at Fifth Third Field this offseason to enhance the game experience for fans on the club level! Portions of the press area behind home plate will be removed in order to provide a lounge and viewing area for fans who are club level and suite ticket holders! Continue reading

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Dragons Nearing Completion of Field Reconstruction

PRESS RELEASE – The Dayton Dragons are completing the process of reconstructing the playing surface, drainage, and irrigation system at Fifth Third Field. The project will result in improved playability and aesthetics and faster drainage of excess water. Continue reading

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