The York Revolution lost the final game of their road trip on Sunday afternoon, 5-3 against Southern Maryland at Regency Furniture Stadium.
The Revs were denied a chance at a third series win in as many tries on their nine-game road swing, losing two of three to the Blue Crabs. The Revs return home to open a six-game homestand on Tuesday evening, beginning with the first of three more against the Crabs at Sovereign Bank Stadium.
Southern Maryland scored a pair of unearned runs in the bottom of the second to go on top.
York starter Corey Thurman (4-6) retired seven straight after the first, but allowed two more runs in the fifth.
Blue Crabs starter Gaby Hernandez (2-8) won his second straight start after losing his first eight decisions of the season. He faced the minimum number of hitters through 41/3 innings and carried a shutout into the sixth.
The Revs finally got on the board in the top of the sixth when Manny Mayorson led off with a double to left and James Shanks was hit by a pitch to set the table. Eric Patterson then singled to right, driving in Mayorson, but was thrown out attempting to stretch his hit into a double. With two outs, Andres Perez cashed in with an RBI single to left, bringing York within 4-2.
The Revs made it a one-run game an inning later, when Salvador Paniagua led off the seventh with a double to left and scored on Mayorson's single to center, but Southern Maryland tacked on an insurance run in the eighth to close out the scoring.
Blue Crabs closer Jim Ed Warden wrapped it up with a scoreless ninth for his 14th save.
The Revs finished their road trip with a 5-4 record. Their six-series unbeaten streak came to a close. Their five-series road unbeaten streak was also snapped.
First pitch for Tuesday's opener at Sovereign Bank Stadium is set for 6:30 p.m.