This vacation, attend a dinner experience like no other that will leave you with a vacation memory that lasts for years. Imagine eating a delicious dinner while you watch horses thunder past you, brave and fearsome knights engage in steel clashing sword fights, jousting tournaments and falconry displays and much more. No, you are not eating your dinner in front of the television. You have been swept back to a time of chivalry, bravery, and epic battles…all yours to experience and enjoy at the Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament, one of the most exciting dinner shows in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.
Tied at one heading to the bottom of the eighth inning the Pelicans exploded for three runs off Frederick reliever Ryan Berry. The rally began with singles by Jeremy Williams and Teodoro Martinez. With one out after a sac bunt, the Keys intentionally walked Odubel Herrera to load the bases.
Hanser Alberto then grounded into an apparent double play, only to watch shortstop Garabez Rosa botch the front end of the turn and retire nobody. Williams scored and it was Vinny DiFazio then delivered with a two out double, plating two more runs for a lead.
Frederick made a furious comeback with a calamitous ninth inning from Birds pitcher Francisco Mendoza. The righty allowed two runs on three doubles and was pulled with the tying run on the bases. Roman Mendez was summoned to get the final out and he did, striking out Rosa for his second career save.
Myrtle Beach also got the first run of the game in the second inning. Vinny DiFazio blasted his fourth homerun of the season, a leadoff bomb to make it against Tyler Wilson. On the mound Joe Van Meter fired five shutout innings in his third start of the season.
He allowed only three hits and struck out seven without walking the batter. Reyes earned the win, his fifth.
The Pelicans conclude their series looking for the sweep against Frederick Sunday at with postgame fireworks!
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