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NEWS
July 22, 2010
ASHEVILLE, N.C. -- Jeff Kobernus drove in four runs with one swing of the bat. But the Hagerstown Suns still let a whole busload of runners get away. Hagerstown's second baseman hit his first home run of the year -- a grand slam -- on Wednesday but the Suns' inability to cash in on 15 runners who were stranded on base led to a 13-10 loss to the Asheville Tourists. The Suns (46-50) squandered a 9-7 lead by allowing four runs in the seventh and two more in the eighth for another late-inning loss.
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NEWS
July 24, 2010
ASHEVILLE, N.C. -- Well, at least it wasn't in the final innings. Asheville hit three home runs -- including back-to-back shots by Angelys Nina and Jared Clark -- in a four-run fifth inning to pave the way to a 7-4 victory and a four-game sweep of the Hagerstown Suns. The outburst gave the Tourists a 4-1 lead that they held onto. In Asheville's previous two victories over the Suns, it scored multiple runs in the late innings for 13-10 and 13-4 victories. The Suns (10-18, 46-52)
NEWS
August 9, 2007
ASHEVILLE, N.C. - The Hagerstown Suns were forced to knuckle under on Wednesday. The Suns couldn't find a net to corral Simon Ferrer's knuckleball while being shut out on four hits in a 6-0 loss to the Asheville Tourists to open an eight-game southern road trip. Ferrer pitched six innings, allowing four hits, walking one and striking out seven. The Tourists scored a run in the second and five in the fifth, all off starter Erik Arnesen (5-6). Three of the runs were unearned, coming off Mike Martinez's 28th error.
NEWS
July 19, 1998
ASHEVILLE, N.C. - Pinch hitter Whitey Schwartzbauer's seventh-inning RBI grounder was the difference as the Asheville Tourists withstood a furious three-run rally in the ninth Saturday for an 8-7 South Atlantic League victory over the Hagerstown Suns. Hagerstown (10-20, 54-46 overall) nearly pulled of the miracle comeback, trailing 8-4 in the ninth. After pinch hitter Vernon Wells led of with a single, Asheville turned to closer James Emiliano to preserve the game. Emiliano was greeted by Tony Peters' infield single before Cesar Izturis drove home Wells with an RBI hit. After Greg Morrison flew out to the wall, Bobby Cripps slapped an RBI single to tighten the score to 8-6. Chris Hayes struck out and Mike Young hit an RBI single to leave runners on first and second for Josh Phelps, who grounded to short to end the game.
NEWS
May 6, 2005
ASHEVILLE, N.C. - The Hagerstown Suns can't seem to stand prosperity on the road. Once again, the Suns rallied from an early deficit. Once again, they gave away the lead in the final innings to lose. Hagerstown rallied from a 3-1 deficit to take a four-run lead, only to give it away in the ninth inning and lose 8-7 to the Asheville Tourists in the 10th Thursday as the closers failed to get the job done. The loss dropped the Suns (18-9) into a tie with Lexington for the South Atlantic League North Division lead as Hagerstown fell to 5-7 on the road.
NEWS
By | August 22, 2005
Carlos Gomez had four of Hagerstown's 13 hits and drove in six runs, and Mike Devaney and Joe Serfass combined on a two-hit shutout as the Suns shook off Saturday's nightmare by terrorizing the Asheville Tourists 13-0 on Sunday evening at Municipal Stadium. Hagerstown (19-32 South Atlantic League second half) blew a 7-1 lead and lost 14-7 in 10 innings to Asheville on Saturday. The Suns weren't about to let Sunday's game get away, scoring seven runs in their final two at-bats to turn what was already a rout into a laugher.
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