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DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) – Tuesday night, for the first time in a year and a half, a full house will cheer on the Dayton Dragons at the Day Air Ballpark. Capacity was at 30% at the start of the season, but Dragons executives say this season finally feels like normal on Tuesday night.
Dayton Dragons Executive Vice President Eric Deutsch says, “Usually you play in front of a full house and that brings you so close and ready to be a major league player when the game is at stake or you are on the hill or you” in the batter’s box and you have several thousand people in a sold out crowd watching you perform. “