(State Mutual Stadium)
The turning point:
The Braves scored two runs in the third and fifth innings, and then added a run in sixth while Rome pitchers held Lexington to just three hits.
Who did what for Rome: Tony Mueller was 2-for-3 with an RBI and William Beckwith drove in two runs.
On the mound: Fabian Williamson gave up three hits in six plus innings.
Game notes: The Braves (33-19) own the best record of the second half in the South Atlantic League, and hold a four-game lead over first-half Southern Division champion Asheville. Lexington is in third place and trails the Braves by 5½ games.
Next Game: The Braves host Lexington tonight at 7 p.m. for the second game of the four-game
series with the Legends.