Truist Stadium

Park Name: Truist Stadium

Tenants: Winston-Salem Dash (South Atlantic League)

Opened: 2010

Address: 951 Ballpark Way, Winston-Salem, North Carolina 27101

Dimensions: 315' (L), 399' (C), 323' (R)

Former Names: 

BB&T Ballpark (2010-2019)

Former Tenants: 

Winston-Salem Dash (Carolina League) 2010-2019

Winston-Salem Dash (High-A East) 2021

Carolina Disco Turkeys (Independent Summer Collegiate) 2021-2023

The view from behind home plate at Truist Stadium.

The view from down the first base line, looking toward the berm and outfield bar.

The view from down the third base line, looking out toward the bleachers.

The grandstand at Truist Stadium, as seen from center field.

The ballpark backs right up to a highway, so there is no spectator entrance behind the plate.

The upper deck area directly behind the plate doesn't have suites or the pressbox, but a restaurant with open air table seating.

The pressbox is located at the concourse level. At the Dash's old park, Gene Hooks Field, the pressbox was offset to the side so fans could get the prime view behind the plate. The pressbox at Truist Stadium is centered behind the plate, but features windows on each side so fans on the concourse can see the field.

Plaques on the concourse celebrate the history of minor league baseball in North Carolina and stars and Hall-of-Famers who spent time in the state.

The bleachers feature several rows of seating that jut out into right field, creating a short porch.

The party deck in left field features rail seating, a bar, and a team color purple paint scheme.

The seating bowl features a row of table seats at field level next to the dugout.

A tiered group seating area wraps around the right field corner, and downtown Winston-Salem is visible over the outfield fence.

A bridge connects the outfield concourse to the main seating bowl in right field, with the foul pole running right up the middle of the walkway.

The carousel in the play area is transplanted from the Dash's former home at Ernie Shore/Gene Hooks Field.

The field features a short wall in the right field corner, then jumps up in height several times before extending out to the bleachers, creating one of the most unique sections of field dimensions in baseball.

The outfield wall is at its tallest under the batter's eye in center field, before dropping down where the fence turns at the bar.

The Winston-Salem Dash on the field during a game at Truist Stadium.