The record for the most consecutive professional sports sellouts belongs to the Dayton Dragons, the Midwest Single-A affiliate for the Cincinnati Reds. The Dragons have sold out every home game since the team moved to Dayton in 1999. On July 9, 2011, the Dragons surpassed the record previously held by the Portland Trailblazers (814 games from 1977-1995), and sold out their 815th consecutive game. The Dragons have been home to all-stars such as Adam Dunn, Jay Bruce, and Joey Votto. The team is also partially owned by Magic Johnson and 2-time Heisman winner Archie Griffin.