The Greenville Drive, a Single A affiliate of the Boston Red Sox, play at Fluor Field at the West End, which was built in 2005 and seats 5,000. Previously Greenville was the home of the Atlanta Braves Double A affiliate. But the Braves moved the team in 2005. Greenville then built a new stadium and the Single A team that was in Columbia moved to Greenville and affiliated with Boston. The new stadium was built with a "Green Monster" wall with manual scoreboard in left field like many of the Boston affiliates. There is a berm down the third base line. There are four sections of bleachers with backs down the first base line. Behind the concourse at the end of the first base line is an entertainment section. Tonight there was a country western singer. A large group was watching and I question that they really were there for the game. Mostly for the $1 Pabst Blue Ribbon canned beer and the singer. The unique viewing area is the Fan dugout down the first baseline. For $750 20 people can use it with food and drink provided. There is a Kids playground on the concourse level at the end of the third baseline beyond the berm. The Drive was playing the West Virginia Power and the Power continued its losing way from last night at home. The score was Drive 8 and Power 3. The box score was Power R-3, H-5, E-2 and Drive R-8, H-12, E-1. The Power starter was chased with 2 outs in the second inning after the Drive scored 4 runs. The field lines are RF 302', CF-420' in corner, LF-310' at the Green Monster. In right field it goes out deeper from the corner. The mascot is Reedy Frog. The Chick-fil-A cow was present. They have a sack race as a between inning activity. Keury DeLaCruz alternately kicks the bat coming into the batters box. During the middle of the 8th inning everyone sing "Sweet Caroline." 2021--Affiliated with Boston. High A playing in the East League, South Division
BMW Zentrum located at the BMW factory in Greer NE of Greenville features a Virtual Factory Tour and exhibits, Free.

Campbell's Covered Bridge located north is South Carolina's only remaining covered bridge.

Poinsett Bridge located north and near covered bridge is oldest bridge (1820) in SC was designed by Joel T. Poinsett, a US statesman.