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Desert Oasis: Putting the young performers in the Arizona League in context

Those that have the tolerance for following the lower levels of the White Sox minor leagues may have noticed the short season affiliates (Great Falls Voyagers and AZL White Sox) for the White Sox have had some noticeable, and welcome differences from years past: They are full of teenage hitters Those teen hitters are actually... Read more »

Unbe-Stiev-able: Jonathan Stiever is the real deal as the Dash shut out the Keys for the sweep

Unbe-Stiev-able: Jonathan Stiever is the real deal as the Dash shut out the Keys for the sweep
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — After getting swept by the Fayetteville Woodpeckers to open this homestand, the Winston-Salem Dash turned around and swept the Frederick Keys to close it, shutting them out 2-0 in the final game of the set. Jonathan Stiever seems to steal the show whenever he’s on the mound, and Tuesday night was no... Read more »

An Unseasonable Chill: Tyler Frost's bomb sends the Frederick Keys home in the 10th

An Unseasonable Chill: Tyler Frost's bomb sends the Frederick Keys home in the 10th
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — The Dash offense showed signs of life for the first time in a few days, coming to a head in a four-run 10th inning that beat the Frederick Keys and snapped a three-game skid, 9-7. Starter Zach Lewis ran into trouble immediately, giving up a single to the first batter of the... Read more »
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Hopes Dashed: Winston falls just short, loses to Myrtle Beach 7-6

Hopes Dashed: Winston falls just short, loses to Myrtle Beach 7-6
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — It was a back-and-forth affair, but the Myrtle Beach Pelicans ended up on top 7-6 as Konnor Pilkington struggled throughout his start. Pilkington had by far his worst start of the season. Things got off to a rough beginning in the first, where several Dash pitchers have struggled this year. The no-hitter ended... Read more »

This Game Could Have Been Shorter: Dash make up seven runs, but lose in 11 innings

This Game Could Have Been Shorter: Dash make up seven runs, but lose in 11 innings
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — Things were going smoothly in Winston on Sunday, until the fifth inning, when things started to not go so smoothly and continued that way until the end of the game. The Dash and the Hillcats had traded baserunners but no runs up until that point, with Jorgan Cavanerio on the mound for... Read more »

With or Without You: The Dash drop a game, but will be back tomorrow

With or Without You: The Dash drop a game, but will be back tomorrow
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — It’s late June in North Carolina, the solstice, actually, and baseball is being played. It’s warm and the air is soft. It’s been rainy for weeks, but tonight, the weather is perfect, and a summer night is being passed in just the way a summer night is supposed to be. Red dirt,... Read more »
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Like a Stone With No Moss, the Dash Keep Rolling

Like a Stone With No Moss, the Dash Keep Rolling
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — Cristian Castillo had a good start brewing, generating off-balance swings and striking out four, but grimaced and called for the trainer after throwing a pitch in the third inning. After a quick conference at the mound, he walked off, leaving behind a line of 2.1 IP, 2 H, 0 R, 0 BB, and 4... Read more »

Dash Split Doubleheader Due to Dedelow's Dong

Dash Split Doubleheader Due to Dedelow's Dong
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — Jordan Stephens made his return both to the pitcher’s mound and to Winston-Salem Saturday night. Stephens, who was pegged before the season started as a potential mid-late 2019 rotation option for the big league club, struggled in his second go-round with the Charlotte Knights. Then, as if things weren’t going well enough,... Read more »

Playing Some Fundamentally Sound Baseball in Winston-Salem

Playing Some Fundamentally Sound Baseball in Winston-Salem
See! Nick Madrigal emerge from offscreen to steal second base, his 15th of the year. @FutureSox pic.twitter.com/tIMWg50Dg3 — Julie Brady (@DestroyBaseball) May 30, 2019 WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — John Parke continued his magic trick of allowing roughly one baserunner per inning but not giving up a lot of runs, keeping the Dash in it for as long as... Read more »
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Players Gonna Play: He, he walks it off, he walks it off

Players Gonna Play: He, he walks it off, he walks it off
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — Soft-throwing southpaw John Parke tossed a quality start, and it was enough to keep the Dash in the game until the seventh inning, when they showed the necessary signs of life. Those were enough to keep them in it until the 10th, when the world’s likeliest walk-off hero did his thing; the Dash took three... Read more »
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