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Game #14 Preview – Dash vs. Frederick

Game #14 – Home Game #7
Winston-Salem Dash (4-9) vs. Frederick Keys (5-8)
Thursday, April 17 – 7:00 p.m.
BB&T Ballpark (Winston-Salem, NC)

GAME BACKGROUND:

The Dash look to snap a three-game losing streak and avoid a rare home sweep tonight against Frederick. Winston-Salem dropped both ends of Wednesday’s doubleheader to the Keys by scores of 5-3 and 2-0.

Tony Bucciferro will make his third start of the season on Thursday night (Jody Stewart/W-S Dash).

Tony Bucciferro will make his third start of the season on Thursday night (Jody Stewart/W-S Dash).

STARTING LINEUP:

Jacob May – CF
Tim Anderson – SS
Courtney Hawkins – LF
Keon Barnum – 1B
Jason Coats – RF
Joey DeMichele – 2B
Michael Marjama – C
Grant Buckner – 3B
Adam Heisler – DH
Tony Bucciferro – RHP

DASH DOTS:

  • Tonight’s clash with Frederick marks the 10th time that a Dash opponent has attempted to sweep Winston-Salem at BB&T Ballpark. The Dash have avoided a sweep during the first eight tries, but the Salem Red Sox completed the feat last August.
  • With his 1-for-3 performance in the first game of Wednesday’s doubleheader, catcher Michael Marjama now has hits in six of the seven games in which he has played this season.
  • Since moving into BB&T Ballpark for the 2010 season, the Dash have boasted the third-best home record in full-season Minor League Baseball. Including the six home contests this season, Winston-Salem is 173-114 (.603) at BB&T Ballpark.
  • Thanks to Frederick’s five unearned runs during Wednesday’s doubleheader, the Dash have now allowed 24 unearned runs this season, the most in Minor League Baseball. The Tampa Yankees (High-A, New York Yankees) of the Florida State League have the next-highest total, with 20.
  • Left-handed reliever Jefferson Olacio tossed three scoreless innings during the second game of Wednesday’s doubleheader, surrendering only one hit and a hit batter while striking out four. In four appearances this season, the 20-year-old has posted a 0.96 ERA in nine and one-third innings, with 14 strikeouts.
  • Dash starter Tony Bucciferro will get the ball for the third time this season. In his last outing, the 24-year-old was saddled with the loss against Wilmington, allowing four runs and six hits in six innings during a 5-0 setback. Bucciferro is 0-1 with a 3.00 ERA in 2014.

BROADCAST INFORMATION:

Tonight’s game will be broadcast live on 600 AM-WSJS in the Winston-Salem area, as is the case with every Thursday game throughout the season. Fans from outside the Winston-Salem area can catch the action on wsjs.com, with a special extended pregame show starting shortly before 6 p.m. Every Dash home game is also available on MiLB.tv.

- Dave

Game #9 Preview – Dash at Wilmington

Game #9 – Road Game #5
Winston-Salem Dash (3-5) at Wilmington Blue Rocks (3-5)
Saturday, April 12 – 7:05 p.m.
Frawley Stadium (Wilmington, DE) 

GAME BACKGROUND:

The Dash suffered their first shutout defeat of the season Friday, 5-0 to the Blue Rocks. Winston-Salem could only muster five hits on the evening, while starting pitcher Tony Bucciferro allowed four runs in six innings to take the loss.

Braulio Ortiz did not give up an earned run in his first start of 2014 on Sunday (Jody Stewart/W-S Dash).

Braulio Ortiz did not give up an earned run in his first start of 2014 on Sunday (Jody Stewart/W-S Dash).

STARTING LINEUP:

Jacob May – CF
Tim Anderson – SS
Courtney Hawkins – DH
Keon Barnum – 1B
Jason Coats – RF
Joey DeMichele – 2B
Martin Medina – C
Grant Buckner – 3B
Adam Heisler – LF
Braulio Ortiz – RHP

DASH DOTS:

  • After scoring 30 runs in their previous four games, the Dash were shut out for the first time since September 1, 2013. That game, a 1-0 setback, was also against the Blue Rocks in Delaware.
  • With his fourth inning single, outfielder Courtney Hawkins extended his career-best hitting streak to nine games, dating back to the final tilt of the 2013 season. It’s tied for the third-longest active hitting streak in the Carolina League. Myrtle Beach’s Royce Bolinger has the best active streak: 13 games.
  • Courtney Hawkins had his career-high streak of consecutive games with at least one RBI snapped at six. But the 20-year-old still has a stranglehold on the league lead with 14 RBIs. The next-best total is eight, held by Lynchburg’s Levi Hyams and Potomac’s Tony Renda.
  • With a double last night, shortstop Tim Anderson is now tied for second in the Carolina League in two-baggers with five. He is also tied with teammate Adam Heisler and Carolina’s Jeremy Lucas for the league lead in triples with two.
  • Probable starting pitcher Braulio Ortiz is scheduled to make his second start of the season. In his first outing last Sunday, the 22-year-old allowed one unearned run and scattered seven hits over four and a third innings in the Dash’s 7-1, split-clinching win over the Blue Crew.

BROADCAST INFORMATION:

Tonight’s game is available live on wsdash.com/broadcast. The Pregame Dash begins at 6:50 p.m., with the first pitch scheduled for 7:05.

- Dave

Game #6 Preview – Dash at Salem

Game #6 – Road Game #2
Winston-Salem Dash (2-3) at Salem Red Sox (5-0)
Wednesday, April 9 – 7:05 p.m.
LewisGale Field (Salem, VA)

GAME BACKGROUND:

The Dash made a spirited comeback attempt on Tuesday night, nearly overcoming an eight-run deficit before falling to Salem, 12-11. Every Winston-Salem batter in the starting lineup had at least one hit. The Red Sox extended their regular season winning streak to 11 games, dating back to 2013. If you include last year’s playoff run, Salem has now won 16 in a row.

Tim Anderson is hitting .300 through his first five High-A games (Jody Stewart/W-S Dash).

Tim Anderson is hitting .300 through his first five High-A games (Jody Stewart/W-S Dash).

STARTING LINEUP:

Jacob May – CF
Tim Anderson – SS
Courtney Hawkins – LF
Keon Barnum – 1B
Jason Coats – RF
Joey DeMichele – 2B
Michael Marjama – C
Nick Basto – 3B
Adam Heisler – DH
J.B. Wendelken – RHP

DASH DOTS:

  • Dash outfielder Courtney Hawkins went 3-for-5 with a home run and five RBIs in Tuesday night’s game. Hawkins continues his torrid start to the season, now riding a five-game hitting streak while leading the Carolina League in homers (3), RBIs (11), slugging percentage (1.053) and total bases (20). Brian discussed Hawkins’ torrid start earlier today and sized him up among other minor league sluggers.
  • Dash outfielder Jason Coats established a season-high in hits (3) and tied a career-high in runs scored (3) on Tuesday night. The only other time Coats scored three runs in a game during his pro career was with Low-A Kannapolis against Delmarva on July 18, 2013.
  • Winston-Salem fell one run shy of what would have been the greatest comeback in the Dash era (2009-present). The biggest single-game rally came on May 22, 2009, when Winston-Salem erased a 7-0 hole against Salem and won 8-7. The Dash have also battled back from a six-run deficit on four different occasions, most recently on August 14, 2012, against the Red Sox.
  • Tuesday marked the first time since August 31, 2011, where the Dash scored at least 10 runs in a game and still lost. In that contest, Winston-Salem fell to Salem, 16-10 at BB&T Ballpark.
  • With four errors last night, the Dash have committed 13 this season, tied for the second-most in Minor League Baseball. The Midland Rockhounds (Double-A, Oakland) in the Texas League have compiled 14 errors, while the Fort Wayne TinCaps (Low-A, San Diego) of the Midwest League also have made 13 miscues.
  • Probable starting pitcher J.B. Wendelken will get the ball for the second time this season. The 21-year-old made the first start of his professional career last Thursday against Wilmington, allowing three runs (two earned) in five innings while suffering the Opening Night loss.

BROADCAST INFORMATION:

Tonight’s game is available live on wsdash.com/broadcast. The Pregame Dash begins at 6:50 p.m., with the first pitch scheduled for 7:05.

- Dave

Game #5 Preview – Dash at Salem

Game #5 – Road Game #1
Winston-Salem Dash (2-2) at Salem Red Sox (4-0)
Tuesday, April 8 – 7:05 p.m.
LewisGale Field (Salem, Va.)

GAME BACKGROUND:

The Dash earned a four-game series split with the Wilmington Blue Rocks, winning 7-1 on Sunday afternoon. Winston-Salem now hits the road for the first time this season, meeting a Red Sox team that swept four games from the Myrtle Beach Pelicans on Opening Weekend. This is Salem’s home opener.

STARTING LINEUP:

Jacob May – CF
Tim Anderson – SS
Courtney Hawkins – LF
Keon Barnum – 1B
Jason Coats – RF
Joey DeMichele – 2B
Martin Medina – C
Nick Basto – 3B
Michael Marjama – DH
Mike Recchia – RHP

DASH DOTS:

  • Dash outfielder Courtney Hawkins has a four-game hitting streak to start the season. It’s his longest since August 5-10, 2013, when he hit in six straight games. Hawkins is the only Winston-Salem player to have at least one hit in all four games in 2014, and he leads the Carolina League with six RBIs.
  • Dash infielder Nick Basto tied a career-high in hits on Sunday, going 3-for-4 with two singles, a double and two RBIs. The 20-year-old achieved a three-hit day five other times in his pro career, most recently on August 3, 2013, when he was with Low-A Kannapolis against Hagerstown.
  • Last season, the Dash posted a 34-36 mark away from BB&T Ballpark. Since becoming the Dash in 2009, the franchise has a 169-176-1 (.490) all-time road record.
  • Salem boasts a 10-game regular season winning streak dating back to last year, and if you include their 2013 playoff games, the Red Sox have won 15 straight. The all-time Carolina League record for consecutive regular season victories is 16, set by the 1950 Winston-Salem Cardinals.
  • Through four games, Winston-Salem has the second-best earned run average in the Carolina League (2.50). The Dash pitching staff allowed just 10 earned runs in the opening series against Wilmington.
  • Probable starting pitcher Mike Recchia made five starts with the Dash last season, going 1-0 with a 4.88 ERA. He has made 13 starts during his affiliated minor league career (69 appearances) but led the Frontier League in innings pitched, complete games and shutouts with the independent Windy City ThunderBolts in 2012.

BROADCAST INFORMATION:

Tonight’s game is available live on wsdash.com/broadcast. The Pregame Dash begins at 6:50 p.m., with the first pitch scheduled for 7:05.

- Dave

Reflecting on a 16-game winning streak

Earl Weaver was the star of the Carolina League's best team of all time--the 1950 Winston-Salem Cardinals. He is remembered at BB&T Ballpark with this plaque.

Earl Weaver was the star of the Carolina League’s best team of all time–the 1950 Winston-Salem Cardinals. He is remembered at BB&T Ballpark with this plaque.

Tonight, the Dash begin a three-game series against the Salem Red Sox, the defending champions of the Carolina League. They are 4-0 to start the 2014 season after wrapping up last year’s regular season with victories in their last six contests.

The 10-game regular season winning streak is incredibly impressive, and if you include their playoff run to the 2013 Mills Cup Championship, the Red Sox have come out on top in 15 straight games.

The Carolina League record for consecutive regular season wins is 16, and it resides in the Triad! Today, we reflect on one of the great teams in Minor League Baseball history: the 1950 Winston-Salem Cardinals.

(NOTE: Because postseason wins are involved with this consecutive streak, we are not sure if, by the Carolina League record books, Salem’s streak is 10 games or 15 games. We have an e-mail into league president John Hopkins about this. However, our guess is that the postseason wins will not count because postseason stats are not added to a player’s overall line).

The Cardinals were the first Carolina League team to crack the century-mark for wins in a season, going 106-47 in 1950. They finished a whopping 19 games ahead of the second-place Danville Leafs. In the playoffs, the Cardinals defeated the Reidsville Luckies and Burlington Bees to complete their championship year.

While Winston-Salem’s offensive numbers weren’t eye-popping individually, they collectively led the league in runs-per-game. They also featured the best pitching in the Carolina League and tied for the league lead in fielding percentage.

During a two-week stretch in June, the Cardinals bulldozed the competition, breaking the consecutive wins record set by Burlington in 1948 (13 games). When it was all said-and-done, the 16-game winning streak became the new standard for Carolina League success.

Among players, Wilmer “Vinegar Bend” Mizell had the most successful Major League career of anyone on the Winston-Salem roster. He pitched for nine seasons with the St. Louis Cardinals, Pittsburgh Pirates and New York Mets, compiling a 90-88 record and 3.85 ERA.

The most famous man on that 1950 Cardinals team, however, never played a day in the Majors. Earl Weaver was Winston-Salem’s second baseman that season, hitting .276. He later rose to prominence as manager of the Baltimore Orioles, leading that squad for 17 years. During his time in Baltimore, Weaver won 1,480 games, four American League pennants and the 1970 World Series. One of the most colorful skippers in baseball history, Weaver was inducted to the Hall of Fame in 1996.

Since that historic Winston-Salem winning streak was established, it has only been challenged a couple of times. The 1959 Raleigh Capitals rattled off 15 straight wins, and the 2006 Salem Avalanche won 14 in a row. But the 1950 Cardinals remain atop the mountain, and this year’s Dash squad will look to defend Winston-Salem’s honor and halt the latest challenge.

- Dave

Game #3 Preview – Dash vs. Wilmington

Game #3 – Home Game #3
Winston-Salem Dash (0-2) vs. Wilmington Blue Rocks (2-0)
Saturday, April 5 – 7 p.m.
BB&T Ballpark (Winston-Salem, NC)

GAME BACKGROUND:

The Dash are still seeking their first win of the 2014 season, after losing 10-3 to the Blue Rocks Friday night. Brad Goldberg allowed three runs (two earned) over a career-high four innings in the first professional start of his career. Courtney Hawkins launched a two-run homer for his first of the season.

Adam Heisler will make his first start of the season for the Dash (Steve Orcutt/W-S Dash).

Adam Heisler will make his first start of the season for the Dash (Steve Orcutt/W-S Dash).

STARTING LINEUP:

Jacob May – CF
Tim Anderson – SS
Courtney Hawkins – RF
Keon Barnum – 1B
Jason Coats – RF
Joey DeMichele – 2B
Michael Marjama – C
Grant Buckner – 3B
Adam Heisler – DH
Tony Bucciferro – RHP

DASH DOTS:

  • Dash outfielder Courtney Hawkins’ home run on Friday night came in the second game of the season. Last year, Hawkins clubbed his first big fly in the fourth game, when he hit two at Frederick on April 10, 2013.
  • The Dash have struggled defensively this season, committing six errors in the first two games. Since becoming the Dash in 2009, the team never had more than three errors in the opening two games of each season.
  • Southpaw Jefferson Olacio made quite a first impression for Dash fans on Friday night. The Dominican Republic native fanned all six men he retired during a two-inning High-A debut.

  • Before Olacio’s outing Friday, no Winston-Salem reliever had whiffed more than six batters in one outing since Justin Collop collected seven strikeouts on May 25, 2012, at Carolina. Only two Dash relievers logged a six-strikeout effort all of last season.

  • After winning 30 of the previous 37 games against Wilmington during the 2012 and 2013 seasons, the Dash have actually lost five of the last six against the Blue Rocks, dating back to August 31, 2013.
  • Probable starting pitcher Tony Bucciferro is the only man in the Dash rotation with more starts than relief appearances in his career. Of his 22 professional outings, the 24-year-old has tossed the opening pitch in 15 games.

BROADCAST INFORMATION:

Tonight’s tilt is available live via telecast on My 48, with Brian Boesch and Lary Sorensen on the call. The game is also live on wsdash.com by clicking the “Listen Live” button under the Multimedia tab, with Dave Polaski providing play-by-play.

- Dave

Fans Welcome Baseball Back to Winston-Salem

After a long winter, Dash fans were excited to have baseball back in the Triad! Despite the 3-1 loss to the Wilmington Blue Rocks on Opening Night, many in the big crowd of 5,297 at BB&T Ballpark — as well as those who couldn’t be at the game — showed their love for the Dash on Twitter and Instagram.

A special thanks to everyone who showed their support through social media. We look forward to interacting with you all season! Baseball returns to BB&T Ballpark tonight at 7 p.m. for game two of the four-game series against Wilmington.

- Dave

Breaking down the 2014 Dash

With Opening Day arriving on Thursday, the Dash roster has officially been released. Some of the names and faces will be familiar, while others are getting their first look with the Dash. It’s time to take a look at how these 25 Dash players will mesh together.

THE TOP PROSPECT:

SS Tim Anderson

First rounder Tim Anderson will start his first full professional season in Winston-Salem (Ray Marsden).

First rounder Tim Anderson will start his first full professional season in Winston-Salem (Ray Marsden).

Anderson was drafted 17th overall by the White Sox in 2013, and he’s considered the third-best prospect in the White Sox system by Baseball America. Last year in Low-A Kannapolis, Anderson batted .277 with 21 RBIs and 24 stolen bases. The 20-year-old will experience a 140-game schedule for the first time this season.

OTHER RANKED FARMHANDS:

OF Courtney Hawkins, OF Jacob May, 1B Keon Barnum, RHP Braulio Ortiz, RHP Brad Goldberg

In addition to Anderson, there are six other players who appear in Baseball America’s Top 30 prospect list. Hawkins (sixth) slugged 19 home runs with the Dash last season, but also led the Carolina League in strikeouts with 160. It will be interesting to see what adjustments the former first-round pick will make for 2014.

May (10th) arrives in Winston-Salem with a family background in baseball. His father, Lee Jr., played in the minor leagues for eight seasons, while his grandfather, Lee Sr., hit 354 home runs over 18 Major League seasons.

Barnum (15th) needs to stay healthy for a full evaluation. His 2013 season with Low-A Kannapolis didn’t begin until June because of surgery on his right hand, and he spent two weeks in August on the disabled list with a concussion.

Ortiz (21st) made his U.S. debut last year after spending two seasons in the Dominican Summer League. After starting 2013 with Low-A Kannapolis, the 22-year-old pitched in six games with the Dash, posting a 6.91 ERA while averaging more than a strikeout per inning.

Goldberg (29th) was a 10th round draft pick in 2013 who pitched with short-season Great Falls, Low-A Kannapolis and the Dash last season. He compiled a 3-0 record, three saves and a 1.54 ERA in 16 appearances.

RETURNING PITCHERS:

RHP Bryan Blough, LHP Jarrett Casey, RHP Brandon Hardin, RHP Mike Recchia, RHP J.B. Wendelken

Bryan Blough returns to the Dash as a reliever in 2014 (Steve Orcutt/W-S Dash).

Bryan Blough returns to the Dash as a reliever in 2014 (Steve Orcutt/W-S Dash).

Pitching coach J.R. Perdew’s staff led the Carolina League in shutouts and finished second in complete games in 2013, and a handful of players will return to the mix this season.

Blough tied for the league lead in wins last season (11), while topping the Carolina League in innings pitched (172.2). A 24-year-old Georgia native who made his Dash debut in 2012, Blough will start 2014 in the bullpen.

Casey appeared in a combined 37 games with the Dash and Double-A Birmingham in 2013, garnering a 2-4 record with one save and a 3.61 ERA. The 26-year-old is one of two lefties projected for the Dash bullpen.

Hardin tallied six saves and a 3.81 ERA with the Dash last season, after starting the year in Low-A Kannapolis. He was drafted by the White Sox in the 10th round in 2012.

Recchia went unbeaten in 2013, winning five games with Low-A Kannapolis before earning one victory with the Dash. The 25-year-old signed with the White Sox last June.

Wendelken started the 2013 season in the Red Sox organization before a trade that sent Jake Peavy from the White Sox to Boston. Wendelken pitched in six games with the Dash last year, going 0-1 with a 4.82 ERA. He will become a starter for the first time in his professional career this year.

THE COMEBACK CANDIDATE:

RHP Terance Marin

Last season, Marin struggled with the Dash, going 5-5 with a 4.76 ERA in 33 appearances. Prior to that, he boasted a career minor league ERA of 2.18. Will the 24-year-old veteran of four professional seasons bounce back in 2014?

CALLING THE GAME:

C Michael Marjama, C Martin Medina

The Dash feature two catchers on this year’s Opening Day roster, both of whom were drafted by the White Sox in 2011. Marjama comes to Winston-Salem after spending 2013 with Low-A Kannapolis, where he hit .277 with six home runs. He’s a 24-year-old native of California.

Medina was with the Dash for the entire 2013 season, hitting .211 in 55 games. The 24-year-old also hails from California, where he holds the Cal State Bakersfield record for RBIs in a season (55).

INTIMIDATING ARMS:

RHP Tony Bucciferro, RHP Kyle Hansen, RHP Zach Isler, RHP Euclides Leyer, LHP Jefferson Olacio

All of these pitchers spent either part or all of 2013 with the Low-A Kannapolis Intimidators.

Bucciferro has tremendous control, walking only six batters while striking out 96 in 90.2 innings last season in Bristol and Kannapolis.

Hansen started 20 games with the Intimidators last year, posting a 4.10 ERA while striking out 103 batters in 96.2 innings. He’s in the mix for a bullpen slot with the Dash in 2014.

Isler appeared in 27 games with Kannapolis in 2013, earning four saves while garnering a 5.65 ERA. He’ll look for more consistency in Winston-Salem this season.

Leyer pitched in 28 games with the Intimidators last year, making 20 starts. He was second on the team in innings pitched (113.1). The Dominican Republic native signed with the White Sox when he was 17-years-old.

Olacio is also from the Dominican Republic, and he led Kannapolis in innings pitched with 136.2. He threw very well after the All-Star Break last season and hopes to carry that momentum to Winston-Salem.

BACK FOR MORE:

INF Grant Buckner, INF Joey DeMichele, OF Adam Heisler

Grant Buckner will bring his versatility back to the Triad for 2014 (Steve Orcutt/W-S Dash).

Grant Buckner will bring his versatility back to the Triad for 2014 (Steve Orcutt/W-S Dash).

These position players were all with the Dash at some point last season, and they return to Winston-Salem in 2014.

Buckner hit .254 with 10 home runs in 119 games with the Dash in 2013. He set the Dash-era record with 7 RBIs in one game vs. Carolina last June.

DeMichele holds the Dash record for doubles in one season, hitting 37 in 2013. He also slugged the first walk-off grand slam in BB&T Ballpark history against Myrtle Beach last August.

Heisler was a 2013 MiLB.com Organization All-Star, hitting a combined .273 with Winston-Salem, Low-A Kannapolis and Triple-A Charlotte.

NEW TO THE MIX:

OF Jason Coats, INF Michael Johnson

Coats tied for second in the South Atlantic League in RBIs last season, with 84. He also led Low-A Kannapolis in home runs (12) and games played (133).

Johnson actually played in a handful of games with the Dash in 2012, but spent all of last season with Low-A Kannapolis, where he hit a career-high .286 in 70 games.

THE KID:

INF Nick Basto

Basto, who just turned 20 on Tuesday, is the youngest player on the Dash Opening Day roster. He had an 11-game hitting streak with short-season Great Falls before moving to Low-A Kannapolis for the rest of 2013.

There you have it, the 25 players on your 2014 Winston-Salem Dash roster for Opening Day. Who will live up to expectations? Who will surprise? We will begin to find out on Thursday night at BB&T Ballpark against the Wilmington Blue Rocks.

- Dave

Some sights from Spring Training

The White Sox are currently playing their first exhibition game of the season, and three of the Dash’s owners–Billy Prim, Jimmy Strickland and Bryan Andrews–are in Glendale taking in the sights and sounds of Spring Training.

The view from Camelback Ranch. This is Jose Abreu’s first plate appearance as a member of the White Sox organization.

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Tommy Thompson will return to Winston-Salem to lead the Dash in April. From left to right: Strickland, Thompson, Prim and Andrews.

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Tim Anderson could very well start the season in the Triad. From left to right: Andrews, Prim, Anderson and Strickland.

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A blast from the past! Former Dash manager Joe McEwing and pitching coach Bobby Thigpen are now with the White Sox. From left to right: Andrews, Prim, McEwing, Thigpen and Strickland.

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We’ll keep you posted on the start of the White Sox exhibition slate. Have a great weekend.

- Brian

Snow measured in baseball units

By this time tomorrow, Winston-Salem will be covered in snow and ice. We thought it would be fun to figure out, in baseball terms, how much snow we will receive.

As you can see in the picture below, we have lined up four baseball objects at BB&T Ballpark in advance of the storm. They will remain like that until the snow ends. The question is–how many of these items will be covered in snow by the end of the storm?

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What are your predictions? How far will the snow cover the bat? Can the helmet and the base stand tall over the snow? We will post the results once the storm blows through.

On a serious note, please stay safe during this dangerous storm. Drive slowly and alertly, because roads will be in bad shape.

- Brian

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