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Mark Tracy was just what the doctor ordered for the Winston Salem Dash on Friday night as he hit two home runs en route to a 10 1 thrashing of the Salem Red Sox jerseys at BB Ballpark.

Tracy hit a two run homer in the third, a three run homer in the fourth and had an RBI single in the fifth to finish 3 for 4 with six RBIs.

It was just what the Dash were craving after finishing a four game series at Lynchburg on Thursday with a 6 4 loss; Winston Salem lost three of the four games against the Hillcats.

Tracy’s father is Jim Tracy, a former major league manager. Mark Tracy, 25, was acquired by the parent Chicago White Sox jerseys from the Colorado Rockies jerseys for former Dash player Kenny Williams Jr. whose father is Kenny Williams, the executive vice president of the White Sox jerseys.

(1 3), who started for the Red Sox jerseys, was cruising through the first two innings but immediately struggled in the third. , who was just called up from low A Kannapolis on Thursday, led off with a hit and Tracy followed with a two run bomb into the bar in left field to give the Dash a 2 0 lead.

Ravelo, who batted ninth Friday night, finished with three hits, all of which led to runs. Tracy, who batted eighth, said it was good to have a table setter like Ravelo.

“It doesn’t hurt anytime anyone gets three hits,” Tracy said. authentic jerseys wholesale “That’s a big part of everyone’s success, is having those guys on base. If he wasn’t on base it wouldn’t have been the same night.

“That’s a big part everyone contributes, and when the team does well, we all do well.”

Joey DeMichele scored off a passed ball by Carson Blair, one of four passed balls Blair had.

Grant Buckner led off the fourth with a double to left and scored on a single by Jeremy Farrell to push the Dash lead to 4 0. Ravelo followed with another single to move Farrell to third. Tracy came up and hit a three run homer to left to give the Dash a 7 0 lead. It was his fifth homer of the year and pushed his average to .241.

“I saw a couple of fastballs I had to swing at them,” Tracy said. “They were right there, so luckily I just hit them good enough.”

Cuevas was relieved after the homer, and Heri Quevedo came in. Cuevas gave up seven runs (six earned) on eight hits.

“He (Cuevas) was getting ahead with his fastball, and once we saw that was his plan, these guys made the adjustment,” Manager Ryan Newman of the Dash said. “They attacked him early in the count, and it paid off for us.”

(4 0) of the Dash gave up a solo homer to Brandon Jacobs in the fifth, which made it 7 1. Bassitt pitched seven innings and gave up four hits; he had eight strikeouts and no walks. He had 90 pitches, 60 for strikes.

“It definitely changes how you pitch, Bassitt said of the large lead the Dash had. “When you’re pitching, obviously you’re want to eliminate all runs, you try to get really quick outs. You’re really attacking, not being cute whatsoever. You’re just really going after every hitter.”

The Dash added three more runs in the fifth. Mark Haddow walked with one out and went to second after Buckner walked. Farrell flied out, and Ravelo singled to knock in Haddow to make it 8 1. Tracy singled to knock in Buckner. With Adam Heisler batting, Blair had another passed ball, allowing Ravelo to score to push the lead to 10 1.

Tracy wasn’t too disappointed that he missed on a three homer night.

“I had my chance there, too,” Tracy said. “I missed the pitch that was early in the count that was right down the middle, so whatever. I’ll take any hits I can get.”