Every Legend finished with at least one hit, and Lexington scored two runs in the seventh inning for a 5-4 comeback victory at Charleston Friday night, staving off a series sweep by the RiverDogs.
With one out in the seventh, Bryce Lane and Roberto Pena hit back-to-back singles, and Lane moved to third on a throwing error.
Francisco Rondon's wild pitch allowed Lane to score and tie the game at four. Delino DeShields Jr. brought home Pena from second with a line-drive single that deflected off Rondon and into left field.
The go-ahead run was DeShields' 38th RBI of the season. The 18-year-old has hit safely and driven in at least one run in five straight games. He's batting .524 in that span with two three-hit games.
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Lane was the only Legend with more than one hit Friday night. He had two and drove in a run with a sacrifice fly in the fourth to tie the game at 3 after the RiverDogs scored three in the third against Lexington starter Luis Cruz.
Cruz settled down after that and got the win, striking out six and giving up seven hits and two walks over 61⁄3 innings. Jorge De Leon pitched a perfect ninth for his 12th save, tied for sixth in the South Atlantic League.