Greensboro Grasshoppers Announce 2021 Season Schedule


(Greensboro, NC) The Greensboro Grasshoppers are excited to release their 2021 schedule. Opening Day is set for Tuesday, May 4th at First National Bank Field against the Hickory Crawdads. The 120-game season will run through September 19.

This is the first year of the newly formed Professional Development League under the Major League Baseball umbrella. The Grasshoppers are a member of the High A East League and for the first time since 1968 will compete against the Winston-Salem Dash.

“We are happy to announce our schedule and look forward to many great games this season, “said Grasshoppers President and General Manager Donald Moore. “I hope our fans are as eager to return to First National Bank Field as we are.”

For information on season tickets, mini ticket plans and advertising packages contact the Grasshoppers office at 336.268.2255

CLICK HERE to check out the Greensboro Grasshoppers’ 2021 Schedule….


  1. Very strange schedule, much different than what we’re used to, starting with 120 games instead of 140. Every series will consist of 6 games, running Tuesday through Sunday, with every Monday an off day. Hoppers play four series against W-S Dash (24 games total), 24 against Hickory, 12 each against Asheville, Rome, Greenville, Bowling Green and Hudson Valley, and 6 against Jersey Shore (formerly called Lakewood). I don’t know — 6 straight games against the same team could get boring.

  2. And playing games until Mid-September in the regular season, due to the later start coming in May, instead of April…

    I remember five-game series in the Southern League with the Double-A Carolina Mudcats back in the day, but don’t remember seeing too many six-game series ever…They used to run the longer five-game series to help with travel costs, when gas prices were jumping sky high….

    Sort of an interesting trade-off with the teams we now have, including Winston-Salem, and the teams we lost from the old South Atlantic League….

    Going to be interesting to see if Jersey Shore will bring out Snookie to the ballpark, and then if they do, Spaz(Greensboro Grasshoppers) and Snookie, a childhood friend of his family, could be re-united on a baseball diamond….

    Spoke with die-hard Greensboro(Grasshoppers/etc.) baseball fan today, Robert Stutts, and he said he was hoping that Myrtle Beach would be with us in this new league, but it did not turn out that way…Lost out on the Carolina Mudcats, and Lynchburg Hillcats too…Lynchburg had been in the Carolina League and at the High Class A level, for what seems like a lifetime….

    I remember watching games with the old Lynchburg Mets back in the mid-to-late 70’s when Lynchburg had Jeff Reardon, Ron Gardenhire, Brian Giles, Ronald McDonald, Paco Perez, Jody Davis and others..

    Lynchburg in the Carolina League:(1966–2020)…

    Baseball is full of history, both old and new…

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