Savannah starter Michael Hebert shut out Lexington on two hits over six innings, and the host Sand Gnats beat the Legends 4-2 Sunday.
Hebert, who struck out nine and walked none, allowed only two singles by Legends catcher Roberto Pena, one in the third inning and one in the sixth.
The Sand Gnats have won the first two games of the four-game series, and Sunday's loss was Lexington's fourth in five.
Legends starter Alex Sogard (1-4) left after giving up eight hits and four earned runs with four strikeouts in 42⁄3 innings. Sogard has allowed nine earned runs in nine innings over his last two starts, dropping his ERA to 5.18. And he didn't get much help Sunday.
Lexington couldn't score until the seventh, when Tyler Burnett's groundout drove in Mike Kvasnicka. The Legends added another run in the eighth after Bryce Lane reached second on third baseman Aderlin Rodriguez's 34th error of the season. Lane went to third on a groundout by Pena and scored on a wild pitch.