Game 1: Aeros 3, Baysox 2 (continued game)

Game 2: Aeros 6, Baysox 1

Key situation: In the first game, left-fielder Nick Weglarz hit a bases-loaded two-run single in the Aeros’ three-run third inning that provided the difference. … In Game 2, the Aeros broke open a one-run game with a four-run sixth inning capped by a successful suicide-squeeze play on perfectly executed bunt by right-fielder Jordan Henry.

Quick hits: Aeros starter and right-hander Steven Wright came back out to start the ninth in Game 2, but after walking a batter, right-hander Jose Flores was called in. Wright pitched six-plus innings of one-run ball for the win, and Flores shut out the Baysox in the ninth in his Double-A debut.

Next game: The Aeros wrap up the series and home stand with a 1:05 p.m. game against the Baysox at Canal Park. Akron left-hander Matt Packer (2-0, 1.35 ERA) and Bowie left-hander Richard Zagone (2-2, 3.32 ERA) are the scheduled pitchers.

— Stephanie Storm