Kyle Bone, a recent addition to Hagerstown's roster, drove in Zach Strong, another recent addition, with the game-winning run in the sixth inning and the Suns won their second straight game, 5-4, over the Charleston (W.Va.) Alley Cats.
Jason Columbus' three-run homer following two Alley Cats infield errors in the third inning gave Hagerstown a 3-2 lead, while Jonathan Armitage's solo shot leading off the sixth tied the Suns with Charleston at 4-4. It was Columbus' 13th blast of the season and Armitage's 11th.
Strong followed Armitage's home run with a double, went to third on Aaron Hornostaj's groundout for the second out and scored on Bone's single through the left side.
Charleston took a 2-0 lead in the first on Joey Reiman's seventh home run of the season. The Alley Cats took a 4-3 lead in the top of the sixth on Clinton Johnston's 12th home run of the year.