It all seemed a little foreign to the Hagerstown Suns on Tuesday.
On the radio, Hagerstown's game was being broadcast in Japanese - a first in minor league baseball - by a pair of the team's interns.
On the field, everything changed from the way it had been over the last three days. Hagerstown failed to get the timely hits it enjoyed lately as Kannapolis said "Sayonara" to the Suns with a 2-0 victory.
The shutout ended Hagerstown's modest three-game winning streak in which the Suns got clutch hits in the early innings and quality starts from the pitching staff to make them stand up.