The Winston-Salem Dash, a Single A affiliate of the Chicago Whitesox, play at BB&T Ballpark, which was built in 2010. This is a smaller stadium that seats 4,400. The broadcast area sits on the concourse level directly behind homeplate blocking the view of those using the concourse. On the second level is the Womble Carlyle seating area below the suite area. There are 16 suites above the Carlyle level. There is a berm down the 3rd base line and in left field. There are Party Decks on the ends of the second level. The Kid Zone in center field has a fee. The Main Entrance is beyond right field and all parking is beyond it. There is grandstand seating in right field. The field lines are RF-323', RCF-427', LCF-399' and LF-315'. In the right field corner there is a separate corner from the measure line adjacent to the grandstand seating, see Row 2 #1. When I arrived about 6:30 pm I noticed that the game was already progressing. I found out that the rainstorm that stopped the game in Greensboro last night had completely canceled the game in Winston-Salem and tonight was a double-header of seven inning games. In game one the Myrtle Beach Pelicans won 6 to Dash 3. Box score was Pelicans R-6, H-8, E-0 and Dash R-3, H-8, E-3. That game ended at 7:55 pm and the second game began at 8:35 pm and ended at 10:18 pm. The Dash won a shut-out 4-0. The box score was Pelicans R-0, H-2, E-0 and Dash R-4, H-9, E-0. The Dash starting pitcher has 9 strikeouts through 6 innings pitched. Battery for camera ran out, so no pictures of second game. Beyond the left field wall is a baseball mural. Bolt is the mascot. In a between inning activity Bolt and fan tried to carry a inflated ball on a shovel. Bolt cheated as his was attached to the shovel. Along concourse are pictures of major leaguers who played in Winston-Salem. Outfield wall has rotating advertisements, even for Rush Limbaugh. If you hit a homerun into the circle well beyond the left field wall you can win the car shown in the next picture. The grounds crew getting ready for the second game is shown in the last photo. New Name and Logo in 2009. 2014 current name BB&T Ballpark seating 5,500.
Attractions
Old Salem is a living history restoration of the Moravian church town of Salem founded in 1776. More than 100 building erected in 1766-1850 have been restored or reconstructed on their original sites. To enter some buildings requires a Fee. You can enter some buildings and walk the area for free.

Winston-Salem is the home of Krispy Creme donuts. The first store was in the Old Salem area.