COLUMBUS, Ga. - A not-so-funny thing happened to the Hagerstown Suns on their way to an apparent nine-inning victory over Columbus on Saturday.
The defense stopped playing after seven innings.
The Suns gave up six runs in the eighth, with the help of two errors, two walks, a hit batter and a wild pitch, as the Catfish came back for an 11-8 victory.
Hagerstown came back from a 5-3 deficit with three runs in the seventh and two in the eighth for an 8-5 lead.
The Catfish turned the tables, with the Suns' help, starting when Hagerstown reliever Ryan Harrison walked Chase Fontaine to start the eighth.