The Rome Braves scored on a throwing error in the 14th inning Thursday night and beat the Lexington Legends 10-9 in a South Atlantic League game at Whitaker Bank Ballpark.
Legends reliever Euris Quezada threw away the ball on a sacrifice bunt in the 14th, allowing Rome's Will Skinner to come around from second base.
Earlier in the game, the Legends twice climbed out of holes.
They scored six runs in the sixth to overcome a 6-1 deficit. Drew Muren and Chan Moon delivered two-run singles in the inning.
Rome answered with two runs in the seventh and one in the eighth to take a 9-7 lead, but once again Lexington came back.
In the bottom of the eighth, Mike Kvasnicka hit his fifth home run of the season with a runner aboard to even the score 9-9.
That's the way it stood until the 14th inning.
Jarrett Miller (2-), who threw four innings of shutout relief, picked up the victory for Rome. Quezada (0-2) suffered the loss, though he didn't allow an earned run in 32⁄3 innings.
The teams resume their four-game series Friday with a 7:05 p.m. start.