There's a right side and a wrong side for pitchers when they face the Hagerstown Suns.
On Sunday, Capital City's Kevin Dougherty was right by being wrong.
That "wrong side" is any pitcher who throws with his left arm. It saps the Suns' strength quicker than a kryptonite cape around Superman's neck. And Dougherty had Hagerstown flailing away for 7 1/3 innings in the Bombers' 8-3 South Atlantic League victory before 2,838 at Municipal Stadium.
"We just didn't hit the ball," Pevey said. "(Dougherty) pitched a good game ... it was just another left-hander who really stuck it to us."
The Suns (14-23, 58-49 overall) weren't the first team to be baffled by the 6-foot-5 left-hander, who entered the game with an 11-1 record with a 2.63 earned run average. His effectiveness held true by allowing two hits - Tony Peters' leadoff double in the first and Vernon Wells' infield single in the seventh - until tiring in the eighth.