David Duncan and two relievers combined on a four-hitter and Jose Altuve knocked a three-run homer Thursday night as the Lexington Legends defeated the host West Virginia Power 5-3.
The win gave Lexington a split of the four-game series.
Altuve's third homer fueled a four-run second inning.
Jonathan Meyer singled and Andy Simunic doubled to begin the inning. One out later, Grant Hogue's infield single drove in Meyer.
Altuve then homered.
Lexington added a run in the ninth on two-out singles by Jiovanni Mier, J.D. Martinez and Kody Hinze.
Altuve, Simunic and Martinez each had two of Lexington's 10 hits.
Duncan (3-0) gave up two runs on three hits over five innings. The lefty struck out one and did not issue a walk.
Luis Cruz added three innings of one-run, one-hit, one-walk ball, striking out five.
Kirk Clark struck out all three batters he faced in the ninth to earn his eighth save.
West Virginia got an RBI-single by David Rubenstein in the first and a solo homer by Kyle Morgan in the second.
Morgan tripled in the seventh, scoring on a wild pitch.