Alex Todd hit a two-out home run in the bottom of the 11th inning to give the Lexington Legends a 6-5 victory against the Kannapolis Intimidators on Friday night. It was the Legends' first win in two tries at home this season.
Down 3-0 in the sixth inning, Lexington scored all five of its other runs to take the lead.
Delino DeShields Jr. led off with a double. Todd singled and Jordan Scott drew a walk to load the bases.
Zachary Johnson, who entered the game leading all of Class A in RBI with 11, got the first run home with a sacrifice fly.
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Matt Duffy singled to score both Todd and Scott, and he went to third on a double by Tyler Burnett and scored on a wild pitch.
A two-out single by Justin Gominsky scored Burnett.
Todd and Duffy led the Legends with three hits and Gominsky had two. Johnson, the team's leading hitter at .323 this season, was 0-for-3.
Dayan Diaz (2-0) was the Legends' star on the mound. He pitched the last three innings and gave up no runs on one hit and one walk. He had five strikeouts.
Jonas Dufek, Lexington's starter, allowed two runs, both earned, on six hits. He had six strikeouts.