Dayton Dragons Asking Fans to Support Baseball Relief Bill

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The Dayton Dragons professional baseball team is asking fans to get behind a congressional bill aimed to support Minor League baseball teams hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic, as the teams went more than 20 months without playing a game, said Dragons President Robert Murphy. The way fans can help is by letting congressional representatives know about the community’s support for the proposed relief bill, and that can be done by visiting At the website, supporters can fill out their name and address, and a letter will be automatically generated to that fan’s congressional district representative and to Ohio’s two senators. More information on the proposed congressional bill can also be found on the website above

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