Coach Ted Mills:  Selected by the Dayton Daily News as one of seven Miami Valley Baseball Legends for the past 100 years.  More than 1500 wins including four National Championships in 1967, 1971, 1984 and 1988.  In 40 years of coaching he has advanced over 100 players to professional baseball including Mike Schmidt (Phillies and Baseball's All-Time 3rd Baseman), Brian Anderson (Kansas City) and Jeff Reboulet.  Ted pitched for Roosevelt High School and the University of Cincinnati.

  He is a member of the Dayton Amateur Baseball Hall of Fame.  His 1971 National Championship Cassis Packaging team (averaging 19 years of age) is the youngest team ever to win the Senior NABF Tourney in its 84 year history.  His H. H.. Morgan team won an incredible eight consecutive tournaments at Howell Field.  His 1984 H. H.. Morgan team is the last and only one of four teams from Ohio to win the Stan Musial AABC World Series.

Kelly Woods:  A Chillicothe High School graduate, Kelly attended Wright State University.  Kelly was drafted as a free agent in 1989

Mike Barhorst:  Chaminade Julienne Head Coach. Member of Chaminade Julienne and Dayton Amature Baseball Hall of Fame. Outfielder for Wright State University. At one time held the single season HR record for both Chaminade Julienne and Wright State University.

Luis Bolivar:  Infielder for the Padres, Reds & Braves organizations. Bolivar (BULL-uh-varr) joined the Dayton Dragons Coaching Staff in 2014, his second year as a coach in the Reds organization. He served as the hitting coach with the Arizona League Reds in 2013. Bolivar, who resides in the Dayton suburb of Vandalia, spent nine years in the Minor Leagues as a player and gained experience at every level of the Reds organization. Luis Bolivar, a former Dragons player in 2003 and '04. The former infielder represented the Dragons in the 2004 Midwest League All-Star Game and becomes the first former Dragons player to return to the team in a coaching role. On April 15, 2004, Bolivar belted a game-winning "walk-off" home run for the Dragons at Fifth Third Field against Lansing. At the time, it was just the third walk-off homer in Dragons history and is currently one of only 18 over the Dragons 14-year history. On April 7, 2008, Bolivar became just the 11th player in Southern League history to collect six hits in one game as a member of the Chattanooga Lookouts.

Greg Uland:  Catcher, The Ohio State University

Coach Mickey McGuire:  Mickey McGuire retired from pitching with us in 2009.

Dunbar High School graduate with 15 years experience in professional baseball as a Baltimore Oriole.  Hit well over .300 lifetime and is one of the Miami Valley's greatest defensive infielders.  Hall of Famer Brooks Robinson once told Mickey "If I had not beaten you to the big leagues, you would have been playing 3rd for the Orioles."  Mickey played 2 years in Japan and in 260 games at 2nd base made only 6 errors.