Suns lose twice to Phillies, 7-4, 11-3

June 28, 1992|By Special to The Sun

HAGERSTOWN -- The Hagerstown Suns lost twice to the Reading Phillies, 7-4 in the completion of a suspended game and 11-3 in the regularly scheduled game, in the Double-A Eastern League last night.

Hagerstown (32-44) led 2-0 early in the regular game, but Reading scored seven runs in the third, paced by Tony Trevino's two-run double and Mickey Hyde's two-run single, to take a commanding lead.

Steve Parris (5-7) got the win. Kip Yaughn (7-6) took the loss, giving up 10 runs and 10 hits in 4 2/3 innings.

In the first game, which was a completion of a suspended game, Toby Borland (1-1) was the winning pitcher in relief for the Phillies (36-37) and David Miller (2-7) took the loss for the Suns. Kevin Stocker (2-for-5) and Casey Waller (2-for-4) led Reading.

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