Carolina Disco Turkeys look to add more college pitchers Updated: 1:46 PM EDT Jun 20, 2021 Carolina Disco Turkeys look to add more college pitchers Updated: 1:46 PM EDT Jun 20, 2021 The Carolina Disco Turkeys are looking to add to their roster.The team, which made its debut at Truist Stadium in June, tweeted it was looking for more pitchers as its schedule gets busier toward July.Click the video player above to watch headlines from WXII 12 News.College pitchers and signed rising freshmen are eligible, the team said.Interested coaches and players should message the team directly for inquiries.
A baseball team with style, attitude and a Superior connection is winning the hearts of fans at Winston-Salem, North Carolina's Truist Stadium. The Carolina Disco Turkeys have earned national attention from ESPN’s Sports Nation and the Barstool Sports blog with their powder blue uniforms and meme-inspired name.
Fireworks are on the schedule for July 4th weekend at Truist Stadium with the Disco Turkeys taking centerstage
A tradition in Winston-Salem over the last 10 seasons at Truist Stadium has been Fourth of July fireworks, but that tradition has fizzled out. Thanks to a change in leagues from the Carolina League to the High-A East League, the Dash will be on the road. The Greensboro Grasshoppers, who are in the same league with the Dash for the first time since the late 1960s, will also be on the road.
When a Disco Turkeys' player hits a home run, he will get a purple sequin jacket. WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — The Carolina Disco Turkeys have a new tradition. It involves a purple sequin jacket. "It’s bright, it's colorful, it shines in the light," said Christian Ezzell, who is a catcher for the Carolina Disco Turkeys.
The Carolina Disco Turkeys will finally take the field at Truist Stadium this weekend for their first three home games.The team quickly acquired a flock of fans since their social media debut in March, selling out "fowl territory" merchandise and recruiting a competitive lineup. Coach Kirk Cabana said he didn't expect the reaction, but it's certainly helped bring the team together as they start their first season.
The Carolina Disco Turkeys’ newly unveiled home and away uniforms draw inspiration by a variety of uniforms from the disco era—roughly the 1970s and 80s—with an overall aesthetic that is best described as funky. “The home jersey is heavily inspired by the iconic 1974 Braves’ home uniforms worn by the home run king Hank Aaron,” said Brittain Peck, the North Carolina-based illustrator and designer who created the uniforms, quoted on the team’s website.
WINSTON-SALEM, NC (5/28/21) -- The Carolina Disco Turkeys are excited to unveil home and away game uniforms before their inaugural season, which begins this weekend on the road. The team hosts its first home stand from Friday, June 4 through Sunday, June 6 at Winston-Salem’s Truist Stadium.
THOMASVILLE – As much as last summer was a success despite the difficult circumstances, the High Point-Thomasville HiToms are ready to back get to normal. The HiToms, members of the summer collegiate wooden bat Coastal Plain League, return to action with a trio of games this weekend at Finch Field.
GET LOCAL BREAKING NEWS ALERTS The Carolina Disco Turkeys, Winston-Salem's newest summer baseball league, is inviting the public to help name its mascot.As part of a partnership with Tiger World, a nonprofit animal sanctuary in Rockwell, North Carolina, the team is adopting a disco turkey, also known as a peacock, to cheer on the team this summer.
East Surry defeats Mount Airy 10-0 Carolina Disco Turkeys release inaugural scheduleBears win thriller against Ashe Co.Surry Central three-peats as WPAC ChampsLady Eagles win WPAC ChampionshipBears hosts Lady Cards on Senior NightLate homers lift Eagles to first winNorthwest 1A releases All-Conference soccer selectionsLady Greyhounds drop match to West Stokes Mount Airy High School hosted its first track and field meet of the season on May 13.
The Carolina Disco Turkeys were featured recently on the ESPN show SportsNation, with their team discussed and apparel displayed in front of sports fans all over the world. The new Winston-Salem baseball team will play all its home games at Truist Stadium this summer on dates the Winston-Salem Dash are away.
WINSTON-SALEM — The Carolina Disco Turkeys are excited to announce their inaugural season schedule with all home games played at Truist Stadium in downtown Winston-Salem. The Disco Turkeys play a weekend-heavy 16-date home slate this season. They open on the road on May 24 and play their first home game on Friday, June 4, hosting the Martinsville Ponies with an 8 p.m. start.
The Carolina Disco Turkeys hired the team’s first head coach, Kirk Cabana.Cabana, who during the college season is the assistant baseball coach of the Carolina University Bruins that play home games at Mocksville’s Mando Field at Rich Park, is a veteran of the summer collegiate ranks, previously serving as a head coach in the Puerto Rico Collegiate League and spending last summer as an assistant coach with the Coastal Plain League’s High Point-Thomasville Hi-Toms.
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — The old saying goes, when life gives you lemons make lemonade.Kirk Cabana is an example of setting a goal and reaching that goal despite the odds.
A new baseball team is preparing to call Winston-Salem home: the Carolina Disco Turkeys.“More or less, we’re regular people that just wanted to do something fun in the area” said Greg Sullivan, the team president and co-owner of the team.