Tag: Zach Lewis

Steeling the Show: It's Walker's party, and he'll hit two doubles if he wants to

Steeling the Show: It's Walker's party, and he'll hit two doubles if he wants to
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — Both sides pitched well enough to keep overall offensive totals low until late, but both also went deep into counts with batters (the Dash had at least two nine-pitch at-bats and one 10-pitch at-bat), made many pickoff attempts, and suffered from defensive miscues to drag the first five innings out for over... Read more »

(Wilmington Blue) Rocks This Town: Dash lose second straight to Blue Rocks, 7-6

(Wilmington Blue) Rocks This Town: Dash lose second straight to Blue Rocks, 7-6
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — The summer doldrums have officially settled over Winston-Salem. Despite a late-inning comeback attempt, the Dash fell 7-6 to the Wilmington Blue Rocks on Thursday night, the victims of untimely hitting and hittable pitching. Thanks in part to injuries to many top pitching prospects, the Dash boast one of the strongest fronts-of-rotation in... 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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If This Game Were the Revolutionary War, There Would Be No America: Dash lose 4-2

If This Game Were the Revolutionary War, There Would Be No America: Dash lose 4-2
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — Baseball is always better in front of a packed house, even when it’s losing baseball. The Winston-Salem Dash dropped a close Independence Day game to the Fayetteville Woodpeckers, 4-2, but there were still reasons for celebration. Jonathan Stiever does many things well, I’m sure, and among these in my experience is not... Read more »

The Dash Claw Back, but Not Enough: Winston drops their second straight in the 10th inning

The Dash Claw Back, but Not Enough: Winston drops their second straight in the 10th inning
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — Baseball is a very hard game to play and that was apparent throughout Saturday’s Dash game. At the plate, they were no-hit until the fourth inning before turning things on, and on the mound, it was whatever the opposite of a no-hitter is. Zach Lewis was a solid starter the past two... Read more »

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 »
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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 »

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 »

Fisher Steeles Walker's Namesake: Four walks from Jameson powers the Dash's win

Fisher Steeles Walker's Namesake: Four walks from Jameson powers the Dash's win
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — The Dash’s return to BB&T Ballpark on Monday night against the Fayetteville Woodpeckers, an Astros farm team, went much better than the entire previous homestand combined. Hot bats did what hot bats do: Nick Madrigal turned a chopper down the third base line into a double with his speed, Jameson Fisher walked (get... Read more »
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2019 Winston-Salem Dash Season Preview

2019 Winston-Salem Dash Season Preview
Thursday, April 4th kicks off another season of Carolina League play where the defending first-and-second-half champion Winston-Salem Dash hope to make it two postseason appearances in a row. 2018 will be tough to top after the Dash finished 30 games above .500, but there is still more than enough talent expected at the White Sox Advanced-A... Read more »
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