Wilmington Blue Rocks reliever Andrew Edwards had another scoreless outing (seven straight), in what was probably his last appearance of the regular season.
Edwards entered this afternoon’s game against the Myrtle Beach Pelicans down 4-1 with a runner on second base and one out in the eighth. He retired the final five batters of the game.
Below is video of all five batters he faced.
First up was Pelicans first baseman Victor Caratini and Edwards was the only Blue Rocks pitcher to get him out:
Edwards struck out Pelicans centerfielder Jeffrey Baez to end the 8th inning:
Pelicans second baseman Daniel Lockhart led off the top of the ninth:
Next up was shortstop Gleyber Torres, one of the Chicago Cubs top prospects:
Pelicans left fielder Shawon Dunston Jr was the final out in the ninth: