If anything, the Greensboro Bats had indigestion after Thursday night's game at Municipal Stadium.
The main course was the Derin McMain's blue plate special - three doubles and eight ribs.
For the second straight night, Hagerstown made it tough for Greensboro to swallow as Clay Hensley rode the support of McMains, the Suns third baseman who went 4-for-6, including three doubles and a single to drive in eight runs in a 14-2 rout.
"We were able to load the bases with the same guy coming up each time," Suns manager Mike Ramsey said. "The guys just got on in front of him every time he was standing there. He had a terrific night from both sides of the plate."
McMains had one of those nights most players can only dream of, especially when they are batting second in the order - a spot more known for moving runners than scoring them.