Carolina starter Shawn Morimando carried a 13-inning scoreless streak into the month of June. Morimando put together back-to-back scoreless starts for the Mudcats, the last on May 29 in a 3-0 win over the Wilmington Blue Rocks.
He posted a season-high eight batters in the win and issued two walks.
Morimando was 3-5 through his first 10 starts of the season, working 51 innings for Carolina.
Fellow Myrtle Beach starter Victor Payano is third in the strikeouts with 59 in 10 starts.
Jackson is the Rangers’ sixth-rated prospect according to Baseball America.
The Pelican roster also features top-10 shortstop prospect Luis Sardinas who is hitting .295.
Lindor, the top-rated player in the Cleveland Indians’ farm system, is also seventh in the league in OPS at .854.
Carolina leads the league in team hitting with a .269 batting average entering this month.
Bring three cans, get in free: Friday night’s (June 7) home game against Myrtle Beach is also a canned food drive night to benefit the Food Bank of Central and Eastern North Carolina. Fans bringing three canned food items that night will receive a free general admission ticket.
As usual on Friday nights, a postgame fireworks show is planned as well.
Quantities of the bobblehead are limited, so fans should arrive early.