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The Myrtle Beach Pelicans used a three run third inning to pick up a 4-1 victory over the Salem Red Sox in game two of the Southern Division Championship series Thursday night. The series will be decided in game three tomorrow night in Myrtle.
Two dominant pitching performances have carried Salem back into the Carolina League playoffs, and the Red Sox will battle to defend their 2013 Mills Cup Championship starting on Wednesday night.
Carlos Asuaje recorded five hits over two games on Wednesday night, and the Salem Red Sox mustered a clutch comeback to earn a split of their doubleheader in Frederick.
The Keys jumped on Sox starter Simon Mercedes for four runs in the first two innings, providing a cushion that helped Frederick ward off Salem’s late comeback in a 5-4 victory on Tuesday night at Harry Grove Stadium.
The Dash scored early and often on Wednesday night, leading the Sox wire-to-wire in a 9-4 win at BB&T Ballpark. The victory brings the Dash within one game of the Sox in the race for the final playoff spot in the Southern Division.
The red hot Salem Red Sox needed extras to earn their sixth consecutive victory on Friday night, plating the winning run on a wild pitch to prevail 3-2 over Myrtle Beach in the series opener at LewisGale Field.
Cody Kukuk looked about as dominant as you can look, tossing six scoreless innings in the Salem Red Sox 6-0 win over the Myrtle Beach Pelicans Friday night.
If a 10 run night Tuesday seemed good, a 12 run night was even better for the Salem Red Sox, who routed the Lynchburg Hillcats 12-3 at City Stadium Wednesday night.
The Frederick Keys scored early and often with all five runs coming in the first three frames, on the way to a 5-3 victory over the Salem Red Sox at LewisGale Field Thursday night.
The Salem Red Sox survived a furious Keys rally in the eight to stay one ahead, eventually taking the series opener 8-5 from Frederick.
Carson Blair hit a solo home run over the left field wall in the top of the ninth inning to give the Salem Red Sox a 2-1 win over the Wilmington Blue Rocks.
The Frederick Keys turned a 1-1 game after six into a 8-1 lead after eight frames, and won over the Salem Red Sox by that final score at LewisGale Field Wednesday afternoon.
The Salem Red Sox scored five runs after the sixth innings to get within a run, but fell 9-8 to the Frederick Keys at LewisGale Field on Monday night.
For a second straight night, rain cut the Salem Red Sox and Frederick Keys game short, this time a 6-2 Sox win stopped just before the start of the bottom of the eight inning.
The Salem Red Sox beat the Carolina Mudcats 2-1 at LewisGale Field Thursday night. Ryan Dent smashed a Clayton Cook pitch off the left field wall in the bottom of the ninth to score pinch runner Jose Vinicio to give the Sox their fourth walk-off win of the season.
Tim Anderson clubbed a first-pitch leadoff homer to bolt the Dash ahead, and Winston-Salem led wire-to-wire in a 12-4 laugher over the Salem Red Sox on Thursday night at BB&T Ballpark.
The Salem Red Sox scored in the first inning for a seventh straight night, lost the lead, and battled back from a 5-1 hole to beat the Lynchburg Hillcats 6-5 at LewisGale Field Sunday.
The Frederick Keys beat the Salem Red Sox 3-1 in a pitcher’s duel at Harry Grove Stadium.
The Salem Red Sox scored seven runs in the first and four in the fourth, but it was not enough as Lynchburg battled back and scored three in the ninth to win 12-11.
Edison Sanchez’s line-drive single to center field drove home David Nick from third base to break a 1-1 tie in the ninth and give Lynchburg its sixth walk-off of the season in a 2-1 victory over Salem Friday night.
The Salem Red Sox beat the Frederick Keys 4-0 in seven innings in game three of the three game series. This came after the completion of last night’s suspended game, which Frederick took 9-8 in 12 innings.
Pinch hitter Khayyan Norfolk’s successful sacrifice fly in the bottom of the tenth inning gave the Potomac Nationals a 5-4 victory over the Salem Red Sox at Pfitzner Stadium Friday night.
Jorge Alfaro went 5-5 with three singles, a double, and a triple as the Myrtle Beach Pelicans ran away with game one of the series with the Salem Red Sox by a 12-5 final.
The Salem Red Sox achieved their highest offensive output in two weeks in a 8-2 win over the Potomac Nationals at LewisGale Field Friday night.
J.B. Wendelken (4-4) improved his record against Salem to 4-0 with seven superb innings as the Winston-Salem Dash took game one of the four-game set, 3-0.
The Salem Red Sox got two dominant pitching performances from Corey Littrell and Justin Haley, leading the way to wins of 3-0 and 2-0 over the Mudcats Friday night in Zebulon.
Luis Diaz picked up his second straight win by dealing seven superb innings, paving the way to a 3-2 Salem Red Sox victory on Wednesday night in Wilmington.
Hunter Dozier cleared the bases with a grand slam in the top of the ninth, transforming a 3-2 deficit into a 6-3 victory for the visiting Blue Rocks on Tuesday afternoon at LewisGale Field.
Jonathan Roof and Kevin Heller each recorded three hits and three RBI, Corey Littrell authored his third quality start in five outings, and the Salem Red Sox survived Winston’s late rally to surpass the Dash 11-8 on Monday evening at LewisGale Field.
Everything went Salem’s way on Friday night at LewisGale Field, as the Sox smashed the Hillcats 10-0 to complete the series sweep over Lynchburg.
Luis Diaz and Simon Mercedes combined to three-hit the Dash on Monday night, working efficiently and effectively as the Salem Eed Sox cruised to a 7-1 victory, wrapping up a 3-1 series win over Winston-Salem.
The struggling Winston-Salem offense erupted for eight runs in the first inning, only to see Salem nearly fight all the way back. Late in the game, the Salem Red Sox had numerous chances with the tying or go-ahead man at the plate, but the final clutch hit was never discovered, and the Dash hung on to prevail 10-8 on Easter Sunday at BB&T Ballpark.
Myrtle Beach surged ahead early and never trailed on Sunday at LewisGale Field en route to its sixth straight win, dispatching Salem 9-5 in the penultimate game of the Sox’s week-long homestand.
For the first time in 55 years, a Carolina League team has won 15 games in a row. And on Tuesday night in their 2014 home opener, the Salem Red Sox will try to match the 1950 Winston-Salem Cardinals, who won 16 straight to establish a record that has stood for 64 years.
Reed Gragnani collected four hits, Luis Diaz dialed in for five dominant innings, and the Salem Red Sox kept up their winning ways with a 5-2 triumph over the Pelicans on Saturday night at TicketReturn.Com Field.