RE/MAX Revolution Report:Greensboro Grasshoppers drop Game One of this week’s Six-Game set with the WS Dash

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WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. – The Greensboro Grasshoppers dropped the first game of its away series to the Winston-Salem Dash 7-5, on Tuesday, May 30. The Dash improved to 26-18 on the season while the Grasshoppers fell to 23-21. Winston-Salem outhit Greensboro 12-5 while the Grasshoppers had three mishaps to the Dash’s one.

Leading at the dish for the Grasshoppers was infielder Mike Jarvis going 2-3 with one RBI, two runs scored, and one free base. Hits were also tallied by Tsung-Che Cheng, Abrahan Gutierrez, and Will Matthiessen.

Starting on the rubber for Greensboro was right handed pitcher Braxton Ashcraft as he tallied two strikeouts and gave up two hits and one earned run on one inning of work. Right handed pitcher Po-Yu Chen relieved Ashcraft after his quick inning and recorded five strikeouts and gave up four hits and two earned runs on five innings of work.

Michell Miliano took the loss for the Grasshoppers and moved to 1-1 on the season. Chase Plymell recorded the win for the Dash and improved to 3-1 while Adisyn Coffey tallied his third save of the season for Winston-Salem.

Mike Jarvis led the Greensboro Grasshoppers at the plate, going 2-3/BB/2 Runs/RBI/SB…Abrahan Gutierrez was 1-3/BB/2 RBI…..
Time of Game-2:33
(Hoppers reliever Po-Yu Chen worked five innings, allowing two runs, on four hits, with three walks, and five strikeouts…Overall, solid outing by Chen.)

The Grasshoppers continue their away series tomorrow, Wednesday, May 31 in Winston-Salem, N.C. For all information on Greensboro Grasshoppers baseball visit or follow us on social media @gsohoppers.

Winston-Salem Outlasts Greensboro, 7-5
Late inning push secures game one

WINSTON-SALEM, NC– For the second time this season, the Winston-Salem Dash welcomed in the Greensboro Grasshoppers for the “Battle of I-40”. With the game going back and forth for the first seven innings, Winston-Salem found a lead late taking game one 7-5 at Truist Stadium in front of 2,023 fans.

Winston-Salem (26-18) jumped out to an early 1-0 lead in the bottom of the first thanks to an RBI double by Wilfred Veras but the bats would fall silent after that.

Po-Yu Chen took over for Greensboro (23-21) starter Braxton Ashcraft in the second and held the Winston-Salem bats at bay. The Grasshoppers took the lead in the third and held the advantage until the sixth.

With Chen still on the mound, the second time through the order against the right hander sparked a rally. Following a walk and advancing on a fielder’s choice to second, DJ Gladney came home to tie the game up at two on an RBI double from Wes Kath. The Dash took the lead in the next at bat thanks to a Shawn Goosenberg sacrifice fly, making it 3-2.

Greensboro tied it up in the seventh, but Winston-Salem answered right back with another two runs in the bottom half of the inning. Caberea Weaver came home to score from third after a run down between first and second, and Kath picked up his second RBI on the night on another double to right center, pushing the advantage to 5-3.

Following another two runs in the eighth from the Grasshoppers tying it at five, Winston-Salem needed a rally again. Michael Turner sparked it. The catcher lined a double down the right field line and came home to score after a throwing error on a bunt attempt by Michell Miliano. Loidel Chapelli doubled the lead again on an RBI single up the middle, and Winston-Salem took a 7-5 lead to the ninth.

Adisyn Coffey was tabbed with the save attempt and slammed the door shut, setting down Greensboro in order punching out two finishing off the 7-5 win.

The Dash have now taken five of the first seven games in the “Battle of I-40” over the Grasshoppers. Kath finished the night 2-for-5 with a pair of RBI and Veras picked up his league leading 20th double of the year in the bottom of the first.

Winston-Salem and Greensboro meet for game two on Wednesday. First pitch is scheduled for 7 p.m. from Truist Stadium.