Winston-Salem Dash - Year-by-year Record

Year-by-year Record

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Year Record Finish Manager Playoffs League/Notes
1905 10-14 3rd J.C. "Con" Strothers / Earle Holt League disbanded August 19 Virginia-North Carolina League, Salisbury-Spencer (24-28) moved to Winston-Salem July 17
1908 41-48 4th Robert Carter none Carolina Baseball Association, Known as "Twins"
1909 54-52 4th Robert Carter none
1910 51-57 4th James McKivett none
1911 72-37 1st Charles Clancy none League Champs
1912 63-47 2nd Charles Clancy none
1913 66-49 1st Charles Clancy none League Champs
1914 70-47 1st Charles Clancy none League Champs
1915 53-69 5th Charles Clancy none
1916 63-48 2nd Charles Clancy none
1917 17-20 4th Charles Clancy League ceased operations May 30
1920 56-65 4th Bill Shumaker / Eddie Brennan / Jim Kelly Piedmont League
1921 62-58 4th Charles Clancy
1922 66-59 3rd Charles Clancy
1923 59-63 4th Bill Leard / Mike Fahey
1924 59-62 4th Bill Jackson none
1925 77-49 1st Charles Carroll Lost League Finals
1926 64-81 5th Cy Chisolm / Red Irby / Walt Christensen / Art Bourg
1927 79-64 3rd Charles McMillan
1928 82-51 1st Bunn Hearn League Champs
1929 77-63 3rd George Whiteman
1930 70-71 4th Hal Weafer / Claude Joyner /
Charles Carroll / Johnny Brock
1931 55-79 6th Bunn Hearn / Bob "Stuffy" McCrone
1932 18-28 -- Harry Wilke Winston-Salem moved to High Point (50-38) August 20
1933 42-99 6th Jim Poole / Art Bourg none
1937 35-105 8th Alvin Crowder / Pepper Rhea /
Phil Lundeen / Walt VanGrofski
1938 46-92 8th Walt VanGrofski / Joe Prerost
1939 54-84 8th Charles Clancy
1940 45-85 8th Eddie Moore / Ray Brubaker
1941 54-82 8th Jake Atz
1942 52-81 8th Jack Tighe / Al Unser
1945 61-76 6th George Smith / George Ferrell Carolina League Known as "Cardinals"
1946 68-72 5th Zip Payne
1947 85-57 2nd Zip Payne Lost in 1st round
1948 76-65 5th Zip Payne
1949 84-61 2nd Willie Duke / George Ferrell / Roland LeBlanc Lost in 1st round
1950 106-47 1st George Kissell League Champs
1951 81-58 2nd Harold Olt League Champs
1952 74-63 3rd Harold Olt / Jimmy Brown Lost in 1st round
1953 69-70 6th Jimmy Brown
1954 44-94 8th Ralph Hodgin / Herb Brett Known as "Twins"
1955 65-73 7th Ken Silvestri / Aaron Robinson
1956 59-91 8th George Hausmann / Lee "Pete" Peterson
1957 72-68 4th George Kissell Known as "Red Birds"
1958 69-68 5th Vern Benson
1959 67-62 4th Al Unser Lost in 1st round
1960 61-76 5th Chase Riddle
1961 68-72 4th Elmer Yoter (33-37) / Walt Novick (35-35) none Known as "Red Sox"
1962 76-64 3rd Eddie Popowski / Mace Brown Lost in 1st round
1963 67-76 7th Matt Sczesny / Bill Slack
1964 82-57 1st Bill Slack League Champs
1965 65-79 7th Bill Slack
1966 82-58 1st Bill Slack Lost in League Finals
1967 69-68 6th (t) Bill Slack
1968 56-81 9th Bill Slack
1969 77-67 4th Matt Sczesny Lost in 1st round
1970 79-58 1st Bill Slack League Champs
1971 67-67 4th Don Lock
1972 65-74 5th Rac Slider
1973 77-62 2nd Bill Slack League Champs
1974 76-61 3rd Bill Slack none
1975 81-62 2nd John Kennedy none
1976 80-57 1st Tony Torchia none League Champs
1977 61-77 4th Tony Torchia
1978 55-77 6th Bill Slack
1979 85-55 1st Bill Slack none League Champs
1980 76-64 4th Buddy Hunter
1981 72-67 2nd Buddy Hunter
1982 45-93 7th Rac Slider
1983 74-66 3rd Bill Slack Lost in League Finals
1984 58-82 8th Bill Slack Known as "Spirits"
1985 58-81 8th Cal Emery
1986 82-56 2nd Jim Essian League Champs
1987 72-68 3rd (t) Jay Loviglio Lost in 1st round
1988 73-67 5th Jay Loviglio
1989 64-71 6th Jay Loviglio
1990 86-54 2nd Brad Mills
1991 83-57 2nd Brad Mills
1992 66-73 7th Bill Hayes
1993 72-68 3rd (t) Mark Berry League Champs
1994 67-70 4th Mark Berry Lost in League Finals
1995 69-68 3rd Mark Berry Known as "Warthogs"
1996 74-65 3rd Phillip Wellman
1997 63-77 7th Mike Heath (38-53) / Mark Haley (25-24)
1998 79-60 2nd Chris Cron Lost in League Finals
1999 63-75 7th Jerry Terrell
2000 68-71 4th Brian Dayett
2001 54-86 8th Wally Backman
2002 50-90 7th Razor Shines
2003 71-67 5th Razor Shines League Champs
2004 74-66 4th Ken Dominguez / Nick Leyva Lost in 1st round
2005 77-64 3rd Chris Cron Lost in 1st round
2006 66-72 5th Rafael Santana
2007 64-74 5th Tim Blackwell
2008 71-68 4th Tim Blackwell Lost in semi-finals
2009 73-65 3rd Joe McEwing Lost in 1st round Known as "Dash"
2010 81-58 1st Joe McEwing Lost in League Finals
2011 69-71 4th Julio Vinas

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