Four members of the Salem Red Sox and five players from the Lynchburg Hillcats helped the Carolina League All-Stars take down their counterparts from the California League on Tuesday.
The Carolina All-Stars won the contest 9-1 in a game played in Winston-Salem.
Jackie Bradley, Jr. went 0-5 in his final game in a Salem Red Sox uniform. The center fielder was called up to Double-A Portland after the break.
Bradley tore through Single-A pitching in the season's first half. He led the Carolina League with a .359 batting average and a .480 on-base percentage.
A compensatory round pick by Boston in 2011, he also leads the league in walks (52), doubles (26) and is tied for the lead in runs (53).
His Salem teammate, first baseman Travis Shaw, paced the Carolina League players with a two-run home run in the All-Star game.
As for the Hillcats, right-hander J.R. Graham threw a scoreless frame for the Carolina All-Stars, and Tommy La Stella and Chris Garcia each had a RBI in the rout.
Wednesday is an off day in the Carolina League. The Sox and Hillcats open a three-game series in Lynchburg on Thursday.