The York Revolution stayed hot with a 4-3 victory over the Sugar Land Skeeters on Thursday night in front of 5,008 fans at Constellation Field.
The Revs have won four consecutive games, including the first three of their series in Sugar Land. York will look to continue its winning streak on Friday, with just three games remaining in the regular season.
Thursday's game did not get off to a promising start for the Revs, who quickly fell behind 3-0 in the first inning.
However, York's pitching held Sugar Land to just two hits, including one infield hit, the rest of the night.
The Revs came back with two runs in the fourth inning and two runs in the sixth to take the lead.
Ofilio Castro ignited things both times, leading off the fourth with a double and the sixth with a single.
In the fourth, Castro advanced to third on a flyout and scored on Wilson Batista's groundout. With two outs, Chad Tracy extended the inning with a double to left and scored on Matt Spencer's single.
In the sixth, after Castro's leadoff single, Andres Perez doubled to put runners at second and third. With the infield in, Batista laced a two-run single to left-center, giving York a 4-3 lead.
York's Pedro Liriano (7-4) ended up with a quality start, stringing all zeroes on the scoreboard after the rocky first, giving up just three runs in six innings. Beau Vaughan retired all six batters in his two innings of relief, and Michael Wuertz worked a 1-2-3 ninth inning for his sixth save.
The win marks the Revs' second one-run victory on the current four-game winning streak and their second consecutive comeback win. They had previously gone without a one-run victory and without a comeback win since Aug. 12.
Castro tied a season-best with three hits, going 3-for-5 out of the leadoff spot. Batista finished with three RBIs.
Notes: York earned its 33rd comeback win of the season, three short of the club record. ... Perez's double in the sixth tied the club's single-season record of 37, set by Ramon Castro in 2010. ... York's Corey Thurman (4-13, 6.60) makes his final start of the season on Friday, facing Sugar Land's Cesar Carrillo (2-2, 4.07), with first pitch at 8:05 p.m.