Red Wings' comeback falls short in 4-3 loss


The Red Wings offense took a bit too long to get going after a rough start from Tim Melville, as Rochester lost Sunday's series finale in Lehigh Valley 4-3.

Melville gave up four runs in just 4.1 innings, strikings out five but allowing seven hits.

The Wings were held to just one run, a Niko Goodrum RBI single, until the seventh. John Ryan-Murphy's fourth home run of the year brought Rochester within two. Then in the eighth, the recently promoted Edgar Corcino picked up his first RBI as a Red Wing to cut the lead to 4-3.

But the Red Wings would get no closer.

Rochester returns home Monday for an eight game, seven day homestand. The Wings will start with a doubleheader against the Buffalo Bisons, with the first pitch scheduled for 5:05 pm.

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