Lexington starting pitcher Nick Tropeano turned in six shutout innings and the Legends hit four home runs for a 9-3 win over the host West Virginia Power on Sunday and a split of a four-game series.
The Legends jumped in front in the second inning on a two-run homer by Brandon Meredith. They added two more in the third when Jordan Scott hit his first homer of the year, following a single by Delino DeShields Jr.
Zach Johnson and Chan Jong Moon singled to start the sixth inning for Lexington, and Mike Kvasnicka followed with his 10th home run of the season, a 400-foot shot over the wall in right-center field, giving the Legends a 7-0 lead.
DeShields joined the longball parade with a solo homer in the seventh.
The Legends added a final run in the eighth on a double by Moon and a single by Roberto Pena.
West Virginia scored all of its runs in the bottom of the ninth, on a double by Jose Osuna and a single by Chris Lashmet.
Tropeano (6-4) allowed two hits and no runs through the first six innings for the win. He walked three and struck out six.