Suns fiddle, get burned by Rome

May 06, 2010

ROME, Ga. -- Rome turned the tables on Hagerstown on Wednesday. Or did the Suns turn those tables on themselves?

Hagerstown committed four errors, including three in the first four innings to stake the Braves to a 4-0 lead, en route to a 7-1 loss to Rome.

Rome had problems with errors in the first two games of the series to help the Suns (15-11) to victories.

The Braves scored two runs in each of the third, fourth and fifth innings to knock out Suns starter Daniel Rosenbaum (1-1).

Rosenbaum allowed six runs (four earned) on seven hits in 4 1/3 innings of work. Kyle Morrison finished the game in relief.


Rome starter Julio Teheran helped keep the Suns off the bases, allowing four hits in seven innings while striking out 10.

The Suns got their only run in the eighth inning on Francisco Soriano's bases-loaded sacrifice fly off reliever Robinson Lopez.

Sandy Leon led the Suns' offense with two hits.

Jordan Kreke drove in two runs for Rome, while Jordan Schafer and Osman Marval had two hits each.

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