HICKORY, N.C. - The Hagerstown Suns couldn't even say, "What a difference a day makes."
They had problems and it was only a matter of hours after the last game.
Just 18 hours after pulling out a win in the 14th inning earlier Saturday morning, Hagerstown's pitching staff suffered from a victory hangover as Hickory unloaded an eight-run second inning en route to a 20-9 pasting of the Suns.
Hickory jumped out to a 10-0 lead in the second inning, fueled by a misplayed grounder by third baseman Derek Barrows that limited Mike Musgrave to just two innings in his second outing as a starter.
Musgrave's short outing was the death knell to the Suns (35-48, 7-9), who were shorthanded in the bullpen after Friday night's marathon victory.