A road trip filled with close games ended in a rout.
The Hagerstown Suns collected 13 hits and six walks to beat the Lexington Legends 8-2 on Sunday night in the finale of a three-game series and a seven-game road swing.
Each of the first six games was decided by one run. This one was effectively over by the sixth inning, when the Suns scored four runs on four hits.
Hagerstown scored the go-ahead run one inning earlier after three consecutive walks by Legends starter Ruben Alaniz.
Legends 11, Suns 10: Enrique Hernandez's three-run homer in the eighth inning broke an 8-8 tie, and Lexington won at Hagerstown. The homer was his first of the year.
The Legends trailed 8-4 before rallying with three runs in the seventh and four in the eighth. They held off a Hagerstown rally in the ninth as the Suns left the tying run at second base.