The Greenville Drive broke a 3-3 tie with four runs in the seventh inning and went on to defeat the Lexington Legends 9-4 on Sunday in Greenville, S.C.
Greenville took a 2-0 lead in the third inning on a two-run homer by David Renfroe, but the Legends moved in front with three runs in the fourth. Telvin Nash led off with a home run, his 11th of the year. With one out, Daniel Adamson walked, and Jhonny Medrano followed with another homer, his fourth of the season.
Greenville tied it with a run in the fifth, and broke the game open with four runs in the seventh. Carson Blair led off the inning with a homer, and later, an RBI single by Henry Ramos and a two-run single by Michael Almanzar gave the Drive a 7-3 advantage.
Greenville added two more in the eighth on Ramos' two-run single.
In the Lexington ninth, Ben Orloff drew a walk with one out and scored on Mike Kvasnicka's two-out triple.
Charlie Rosario (6-1), who relieved starter Manuel Rivera in the fourth inning, got the win. Gabriel Garcia (1-5) took the loss in relief for Lexington after coming in for starter Luis Cruz for the sixth inning.