Trevor Story hit two home runs and the Asheville Tourists rallied from a four-run deficit with eight runs in the final three innings to defeat the Lexington Legends 10-7 on Sunday at Whitaker Bank Ballpark. The Tourists hit five home runs in the game.
The Legends, who have lost three straight to the Tourists, took a 3-2 lead in the fourth. Brandon Meredith doubled in a run, Justin Gominsky grounded out to score another and Roberto Pena had a sacrifice fly.
Lexington extended its lead to 6-2 when Pena hit a three-run homer in the sixth.
Asheville rallied to tie it in the seventh. With one out, Brian Humphries doubled. After Story walked, Will Swanner homered, cutting the Legends lead to one at 6-5. Harold Riggins followed with a solo shot to tie the game at 6-6.
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The Legends broke the tie with a run in the seventh. Johnson's sacrifice fly to right field scored Ruben Sosa.
Two more home runs put the Tourists back in front in the eighth. Chandler Laurent led off with a shot to right field. Two outs later, Humphries singled and Story followed with his second home run of the game.