Found some local flava ...
CCU pitchers aren't expected to throw more than two innings each, and Myrtle Beach Pelicans general manager Scott Brown said Rangers pitchers may take up to four of CCU's innings on the mound at the end of the game if they have pitchers who they feel need work. Those pitchers would throw to a Rangers catcher.
Chuck Greenberg, who was part of the Rangers ownership group before leaving the organization earlier this month, will be at the game.
Here's a nice little preview video done by a local TV station there.
Here's a pretty good overview of the Rangers' pharm philosophy by the local paper - lotsa quotes.