LAKEWOOD, N.J. - Too bad Hagerstown couldn't stop Lakewood in its tracks when it held a 5-3 lead after 4 1/2 innings on Thursday night.
The BlueClaws pounded the Suns for six runs in the fifth inning and proceeded to assault the baseball on the way to a 19-hit attack and a 15-6 win.
Lakewood drew first blood with three runs off Omar Anez in the opening inning before Hagerstown jumped on BlueClaws starter Joe Wilson.
The Suns (10-17 South Atlantic League second half) tied the game in the second inning on a run-scoring single by Brian Munhall and a double by Tim Hutting. Munhall eventually scored on a wild pitch.