The Oklahoma City RedHawks came through in extra innings Friday night, scoring four times in the top of the ninth to take the first game of a doubleheader from Nashville, 5-1.
The RedHawks rallied in the top of the ninth with one out, loading the bases with two walks and a single. A single from Carlos Perez drove in two runs and an error by left fielder Khris Davis allowed the runners to advance to second and third. A sacrifice bunt from Jose Martinez scored Marwin Gonzalez and Perez came around to score in the next at-bat on a fielding error by Nashville first baseman Hunter Morris.
Nashville jumped on top early in the bottom of the third on an RBI double from Blake Davis. The RedHawks countered with a tying run of their own on an RBI double from George Springer.
Jason Stoffel picked up the win for Oklahoma City, while Travis Webb took the loss for Nashville.
Oklahoma led the second game of the doubleheader, 5-3 in the bottom of the sixth inning.