The baseball season in Greensboro isn’t over. The Grasshoppers will compete in the High-A East League championship series next week.
A preview of the Greensboro Grasshopper’s homestand beginning Tuesday:
Sale of the photos is a fundraiser for the Babe and Yogi Scholarship Fund at the N.C. State School of Veterinary Medicine.
Here’s the information on this week’s series between the Greensboro Grasshoppers and the Winston-Salem Dash, as well as the schedule for other teams in the area.
The Greensboro Grasshoppers will open their minor-league baseball season on Tuesday night, playing their first game in the Gate City since Aug. 29, 2019.
Fans of the Greensboro Grasshoppers baseball franchise can celebrate a world championship vicariously through the Los Angeles Dodgers' Austin Barnes.
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While the pro teams in Greensboro, Winston-Salem and High Point saw their seasons canceled, the Coastal Plain League's HiToms solider on through season of pandemic.
The Greensboro Grasshoppers and Winston-Salem Dash won't be provided with any players by their Major League Baseball parent clubs this summer.
For those itching to toss a baseball, the Winston-Salem Dash would love to help out.
Baseball’s longest offseason might be a lot longer than we thought. And for some small towns across the region, minor-league baseball might soon disappear forever.
NCHSAA playoff pairings for boys and girls lacrosse and boys tennis, and NCISAA playoff pairings for baseball, boys and girls lacrosse, girls soccer, softball and boys tennis.
After a two-year hiatus because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the boys high school all-star basketball event will be played at Dudley.
High Point has been declared the winner of the outdoor women's conference meet after the Aggies were stripped of 26 points.
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Mike Westhoff has always been blunt and brutally honest. He’s a cancer survivor who has multiple times beaten long odds. He’s a football innovator who established himself over 32 seasons as arguably the NFL’s greatest special teams coach. He has been a relentless fighter and constant achiever all his life. The 74-year-old Westhoff is as candid as ever in “Figure It Out,” an entertaining autobiography published by Mascot Books. There are plenty of chuckles, eyebrow-raising comments and inspiring lessons shared from his football journey including his years with the Colts, Dolphins, Jets and Saints.
Deshaun Watson’s week included meeting with NFL investigators and golf in the Bahamas with his new Browns teammates. Next week he’ll be back on the field, and under more public scrutiny. Some of the women who have accused Cleveland’s quarterback of sexual misconduct during massage therapy sessions have been interviewed by HBO’s “Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel.” Per the network, “several” of the women will detail the alleged abuse. The show will air Tuesday. Watson has denied any wrongdoing. He’s facing civil lawsuits from 22 women, who allege he behaved inappropriately. The NFL is also investigating whether he violated its personal-conduct policy. He met with investigators in Houston this week.