Kyal Williams sent his 12th home run of the summer into the night air in Garden City, Kans., but it wasn’t enough to stake the Las Vegas Train Robbers to a win Wednesday. The host Wind strung together eight runs in the three middle innings to take an 8-4 victory.
Williams finished 2 of 3 with three RBI.
The Train Robbers (22-35) had opened the season-ending series with a 5-4 win on Tuesday night, ending a season-long eight-game slide.
Chris Anderson struck out seven and held the Wind to two runs over 7 2/3 innings.