· If the Suns lose and Lexington wins, the Legends are the champs.
· And if both teams win or lose, the race will finish in a tie that will be decided in a makeshift playoff game. Lexington and Hagerstown would decide the championship in the first game they meet in the second half, which would be Saturday at Municipal Stadium.
The Suns made sure they at least they had a chance in the last half of Saturday's game.
West Virginia scored two unearned runs off Hagerstown starter Mike Devaney to offset Jesus Flores solo home run in the second for a 2-1 lead.
Power starter Mark Rogers controlled the Suns (41-28) on three hits through four innings. It all ended in the fifth, starting when Ryan Coultas was hit by a pitch with one out.
Wilson Batista singled to advance Coultas, who scored to tie the game on Carlos Gomez's single to right. Psomas cashed in for the Suns with two outs by hitting his 21st double of the season to right for the 4-2 lead.
West Virginia closed to within a run by scoring in the seventh off reliever Marcelo Perez on Hernan Irabarren's two-out single.
The Suns countered with two insurance runs in the seventh as Coultas led off with a triple to right, followed by an RBI double by Batista and Dante Brinkley's run-scoring single.
Devaney, starting in place of Matt Durkin, who was skipped in the rotation to allow him to get extra rest for his arm, allowed two unearned runs on five hits and no walks while striking out five to move his record to 4-1.