Wake Forest Baseball Park

Winston-Salem, North Carolina

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Wake Forest Baseball Park - Winston-Salem, North Carolina
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Seating Capacity: 6,280
Dimensions: LF 325
CF 401
  RF 325
Year Opened: 1956
Former Notable Players: Wade Boggs, Cecil Cooper, Dwight Evans, Harvey Haddix, Sparky Lyle, Jim Lonborg and Wilbur Wood.
Notes: Built in 1956 for $250,000 on the edge of town, the ballpark is now engulfed by R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company's Whitaker Park Manufacturing Center. The stadium has undergone numerous significant renovations in the past five decades, most recently after the 2001 season when the grandstand roof and press box were replaced. It is named for fabled Boston Red Sox pitcher Ernie Shore, who retired to the Winston-Salem area and eventually served as the Forsyth County Sheriff. After the 2008 season it was sold to Wake Forest University as the Carolina League franchise moved to the BB&T Ballpark in downtown Winston-Salem for the 2010 season.
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Salem Avalanche vs. Winston-Salem Warthogs, April 13, 2002
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Lynchburg Hillcats vs. Winston-Salem Warthogs, May 14, 2008
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