He made his first return appearance with Santa Barbara on Saturday at Cal Lutheran against the Conejo Oaks and got more run support than he needed in a 14-1 win for the Foresters.
Meaux got the victory on the hill, pitching five impressive innings.
He allowed just one run, starting the game with four shutout innings. He finished having thrown just 67 pitches — 43 for strikes — and allowed four hits and no walks.
Heading into action on Tuesday, the Foresters were atop the CCL standings with a 13-5 record.
Meaux, over his two appearances, has a 1.29 earned-run average over seven innings, having allowed eight hits, one run and struck out two to no walks.
The former All-Area standout was drafted in June by the Philadelphia Phillies organization in the 44th round after a junior season at UC Santa Barbara in which he tallied an 8-3 mark with a 4.41 ERA and garnered All-Big West Conference honorable mention.
Michael Mendoza (Glendale Community College, 2009) Concordia University junior shortstop: Mendoza's turning in an All-Star summer, as the former Vaqueros standout was a starter on Saturday for the South in the River Valley League North vs. South All-Star Game.
Unfortunately, Mendoza went 0 for two and the South lost, 11-6.
Mendoza is a shortstop for the Hawks, who entered Wednesday in second place in the four-team Iowa league with an 8-7 record.
Mendoza, who has played in all 15 games, is hitting .320 on the summer with 16 hits in 50 at-bats. He's scored 12 runs and has four runs batted in.
Danny Casey (Glendale Community College, 2009) Concordia University junior third baseman: Casey's caught on in the Missouri-Iowa-Nebraska-Kansas (M.I.N.K.) League with the Clarinda As.
The As were in third place in the North Division with a 12-9 record heading into Tuesday's game against the Omaha Diamond Spirit.
In an 11-5 loss to the St. Joseph Mustangs on Monday, Casey got the start at third base and went one for four with a single and a walk, improving his average to .246.