The Asheville Tourists beat the rain Friday, doing the same to the visiting Lexington Legends.
The Tourists scored a run in the bottom of the fifth inning to take a 2-1 lead.
Then the rain, which had been falling since the second inning, caused the game to be delayed. After a 49-minute wait, the contest was called.
The Legends led early, getting a two-out home run in the second inning from Adam Bailey.
Asheville tied in the third.
Helder Velasquez reached on a one-out infield single. A walk and an error by third baseman Mike Kvasnicka loaded the bases. Brett Tanos drove in Velasquez with a sacrifice fly to right.
Velasquez also triggered the decisive rally in the fifth, rapping a one-out double to center.
Kyle Parker's single and hit batsman again loaded the bases.
Alex Sogard came on in relief of Legends starter Brad Dydalewicz (0-1).
Tanos reached on a fielder's-choice grounder to second, which allowed Velasquez to score.
Play was halted at the end of the inning.
Dydalewicz and Asheville starter Ricardo Ferrer each allowed one earned run and five hits while striking out two. Dydalewicz walked one, while Ferrer walked two.
The win went to Kraig Sitton, who came on with one on and two out in the fifth to strike out Telvin Nash.