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Attendance news in Winston-Salem, Reno

Winston-Salem DashWe have more reports of early-season attendance success coming in. Today’s news involves the Winston-Salem Dash (High Class A; Carolina League) and the Reno Aces (Class AAA; Pacific Coast League).

In Winston-Salem, the Dash are enjoying a 26 percent increase this season over last for the first 15 openings of the season. The Dash have eclipsed at least 5,000 fans in eight of their 15 openings. Here are those games along with the promotions for that night:

  • 7,114 fans on May 8 (Postgame Fireworks, Kids Run The Bases)
  • 6,482 fans on May 11 (MVP Education Day)
  • 6,411 fans on April 29 (MVP Education Day)
  • 6,254 fans on April 22 (MVP Education Day)
  • 5,980 fans on May 15 (Postgame Fireworks, Kids Run The Bases)
  • 5,671 fans on April 17 (Opening Night, Postgame Fireworks, Frozen character appearance, Kids Run The Bases)
  • 5,441 fans on May 9 (Burger King Value Pack Night, Kids Run The Bases)
  • 5,422 fans on April 18 (Burger King Value Pack Night, Kids Run The Bases)
  • 5,330 fans on May 16 (Princesses at the Park, Kids Run The Bases)

“We are very appreciative of the fan support we have seen at BB&T Ballpark this season,” Dash president Geoff Lassiter said. “There’s been such a great energy at the park and we can’t wait to see that continue through the summer.”

The Dash are averaging nearly 1,000 more fans per night than any other Carolina League team.

In Reno, the Aces drew a sellout crowd of 9,883 fans at Aces Ballpark Saturday night. That represents the second-largest crowd in Aces history.

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