Myrtle Beach’s Jonathan Martinez allowed just one hit and struck out two in six shutout innings for a no-decision during a 2-0 win over Salem on Aug. 11.
Myrtle Beach’s Jonathan Martinez allowed just one hit and struck out two in six shutout innings for a no-decision during a 2-0 win over Salem on Aug. 11. Larry Kave Myrtle Beach Pelicans file photo
Myrtle Beach’s Jonathan Martinez allowed just one hit and struck out two in six shutout innings for a no-decision during a 2-0 win over Salem on Aug. 11. Larry Kave Myrtle Beach Pelicans file photo

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