Hagerstown second baseman Cutter Dykstra broke a tie with an RBI double in the eighth inning and later scored an insurance run as the host Suns rallied to beat the Lexington Legends 10-8 Thursday.
Dykstra, the son of former major-league star Lenny Dykstra, was the middleman on a double play in the top of the ninth to end the game after the Legends had loaded the bases.
Lexington had taken a 6-0 lead before Hagerstown scored in five of the next six innings. The Suns got homers from Matthew Skole, who leads the South Atlantic League with 20, as well as Brett Newsome and Steven Souza.
Newsome also knocked in a run with a double for four RBI for the game.
Zachary Johnson knocked in three runs for Lexington, but also grounded into the game-ending double play.
The Legends started fast with five stolen bases in the first two innings. League leader Delino DeShields walked to lead off the game, then stole second and third and scored the game's first run on a sacrifice fly by Johnson.
DeShields has 60 steals for the season.