Myrtle Beach Pelicans 12, Salem Red Sox 0 (box score)
The first inning. Myrtle Beach had three RBI singles, a sacrifice fly and a bases-loaded walk for five runs in the big frame, which started things off for the Pelicans’ explosive offense.
Pelicans catcher Cael Brockmeyer, who went 2-for-4 with five RBIs and three runs scored, including a grand slam in the fourth inning, during his first game back with the Pelicans since a stint with Triple-A Iowa.
W–Jen-Ho Tseng (4-6). L–Kevin McAvoy (5-8).
Myrtle Beach Pelicans (15-11 second half, 56-39 overall), Salem Red Sox (11-15, 49-47)
By the numbers
1.0 | Innings pitched by Myrtle Beach reliever Jasvir Rakkar, who made his first appearance since winning the gold medal at the Pan American games for team Canada.
4 | Hits by Pelicans designated hitter Kevin Brown
20 | Combined hits (Myrtle Beach 15, Salem 5)
40 | Consecutive games that Pelicans infielder Chesny Young has reached base safely
120 | Innings since Myrtle Beach relievers have allowed a home run, dating back to June 13.
He said it
“We came out and put up a big inning in the first which is always nice. We didn’t roll over when we could’ve and kept fighting offensively. Tseng had a good start; he wasn’t as efficient as he has been but his changeup was really good and made pitches when he needed to. But his pitch count was high after five [innings] and couldn’t get through the sixth but the bullpen once again did a great job.” - Pelicans manager Mark Johnson
“[Brockmeyer’s grand slam] was huge. When you have a five-run lead in the middle of the game it could go either way and that pretty much sealed it right there.” - Johnson
3B Jeimer Candelario promoted to Double-A Tennessee
1B Jacob Rogers promoted to Double-A Tennessee
RHP Juan Paniagua promoted to Double-A Tennessee
IF Jason Vosler received from Low-A South Bend
RHP Jasvir Rakkar activated from temporary inactive list
Who | Myrtle Beach Pelicans at Lynchburg Hillcats
When | 6:30 p.m. Wednesday
Where | Calvin Falwell Field, Lynchburg, Va.
Radio | 1450-AM