Legends catcher Ben Heath hit three home runs and drove in seven runs, but it wasn't enough as Lexington lost 10-8 to the West Virginia Power.
The Legends squandered an 8-2 lead and fell at Applebee's Park on Friday in front of 5,165 fans.
Rogelios Noris knocked in three runs, including the go-ahead run in the top of the seventh inning for the Power, who scored four runs in that inning and three runs in the sixth inning. Noris' three-run home run, his 14th homer of the season, was a line drive to left field off reliever Michael Schurz (1-3).
Elevys Gonzalez led the Power with three hits and two RBI. Evan Chambers added two runs on two hits.
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Marc Baca (5-3) earned the win for the Power.