Lexington Legends

Legends end scoring slump with 13-6 victory

The Lexington Legends broke out of a scoring slump, getting 13 runs on 14 hits in a 13-6 victory against Savannah in the final game of their series at Applebee's Park on Tuesday night.

The Sand Gnats had posted back-to-back shutouts against the Legends on Sunday and Monday.

Six Lexington hitters had two hits apiece and three had three RBI.

Outfielder Jake Goebbert had the Legends' only home run, a three-run shot in the third inning off Pedro P. Martinez.

First baseman Kody Hinze had a two-run single in the second and an RBI base hit in the fifth. Third baseman Johnathan Meyer knocked in three runs, two on a single in the first and another on a single in the seventh.

Legends starter Jose Cisnero had a rough outing, giving up five runs on seven hits and two walks in the three innings. Michael Schurz (2-1) came on in relief and gave up one run in three innings for the win.

Martinez gave up five runs in 11⁄3 innings and took the loss in his Savannah debut.

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