The Lexington Legends had nine hits Tuesday night in Greenville, S.C., but couldn't seem to score. They lost 3-1 to the Drive.
Lexington's only run came in the second inning, when catcher Jonathan Fixler came home on a two-out single to short by center fielder Brandon Barnes.
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The Legends left eight runners on base in the game.
The Drive took the lead in the bottom of the second when left fielder David Mailman brought in two runs on a line-drive single to right field.
Greenville tacked on the final run in the sixth.
Greenville starter JoseCapellan picked up the win, giving up four hits over five innings. Closer Ryne Miller pitched 11⁄3 to pick up his third save.
Legends starter Luis Pardo suffered his seventh loss of the season. He struck out three but gave up eight hits and two walks in five innings.
The loss drops Lexington's record to 18-32 for the second half of the season.