INDIANAPOLIS - Carlos Maldonado's two-run single in the eighth inning propelled the Indianapolis Indians past the Lehigh Valley IronPigs, 4-3, in the International League yesterday.

John Ennis took the loss after two walks and a balk set the stage for Maldonado's game-winner.

Mike Rouse had a two-run double for the IronPigs.

Trenton 3, Connecticut 1

NORWICH, Conn. - An error and a sacrifice fly in the top of the 12th gave the Thunder the Eastern League win.

Starter George Kontos struck out seven in seven innings while allowing just one run but did not get a decision.

Before the game, Thunder righthander Michael Gardner was placed on the 15-day disabled list retroactive to Monday with a stiff right shoulder. Lefthander Phil Coke was sent back to Trenton from triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre.

Lancaster 14, Camden 5

Danny Gonzalez went 3 for 5 with a triple, two RBIs and four runs to led the Barnstormers past the Riversharks in an Atlantic League game at Campbell's Field.

Lance Burkhart and Kyle Nichols each had three RBIs for Lancaster.

Atlantic City 7, Worcester 6

WORCESTER, Mass. - Adam Cox (2-1) allowed two runs on five hits over five innings to lead the Surf past the Tornadoes in the Can-Am League.

Reading rained out. The Phillies' scheduled Eastern League doubleheader in Bowie, Md., was postponed by wet grounds.

A game suspended in the second inning on Tuesday will be resumed at 6:05 this evening. The regularly scheduled seven-inning game will follow.

Reading's Carlos Carrasco will pitch in the suspended game, which will resume in the top of the second inning, and Fabio Castro will start the second game.

Lehigh Valley 000 021 000 - 3 7 0

Indianapolis 101 000 02x - 4 8 0

WP: Matt Miller (3-2). LP: John Ennis (2-3).

Save: Romulo Sanchez (4). A: 5,087.

Trenton 000 001 000 002 - 3 6 2

Connecticut 000 100 000 000 - 1 6 3

WP: Mark Melancon (3-0). LP: Jason Waddell (0-1). HR: C-Travis Ishikawa (6). A: 1,353.

Lancaster 320 050 031 - 14 17 0

Camden 300 200 000 - 5 11 0

WP: Nick Renault (1-1). LP: Darren Sack (3-2).

A: 6,505.