The Greensboro Grasshoppers ended their four-game series at Applebee's Park with a bang, hitting five home runs in an 8-4 victory over the Lexington Legends on Monday night.
Rand Smith led off the game with a home run, and Greensboro kept slugging away to win its third game of the series.
Kyle Skipworth added a two-run homer in the first; Chad Cregar (Western Kentucky) and Taylor Krick went back-to-back in the fourth; and Chase Austin homered in the seventh.
The Legends scored on Grant Hogue's RBI grounder in the second inning and Kody Hinze's single in the fifth, his South Atlantic League-leading 53rd RBI.
Matt Montgomery (4-5) gave up seven hits and two runs over seven innings to beat Lexington for the second time this season.
Legends starter Tanner Bushue (3-3) allowed six earned runs in four innings.
■ From 4:45 to 5:45 p.m. Tuesday, players from the YMCA Bluegrass Miracle League will take the field for their All-Star game. The Miracle League allows disabled young people the opportunity to play baseball.