The Legends lost their seventh straight game Wednesday night, falling to the Greenville Drive 7-3 in South Carolina.
Lexington failed to get a hit until the top of the seventh inning. Their only baserunner up until that point was Kyle Miller, who reached on a fielding error in the fifth but was caught stealing with two outs.
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The Legends finally scored their first runs in the seventh, when they were down 4-0. Miller drove in Craig Corrado with a ground-ball single, and Jacob Priday brought in Brian Pellegrini with a sacrifice fly.
The Drive tacked on three in the bottom of the seventh, though, including a homer by David Marks, and the Legends eighth-inning rally fell short.
Starter Robert Leonhardt took the loss for Lexington. Terumasa Matsuo picked up the win.