They dropped two more games -- bringing their losing streak to six straight -- during Wednesday's doubleheader in Kannapolis.
The Braves lost the opener, 5-4, and fell in teh second game, 10-5.
Here's a recap:
Rally goes to waste
Final: Intimidators 5, Braves 4 (in Kannapolis)
The turning point: The Braves rallied for three runs in the sixth to tie the game at 4-4, but the Intimidators won it with a walk-off homer in the eighth by Garis Pena. (The game was scheduled to last only seven innings).
Who did what for Rome: William Beckwith went 3-for-4 with a double, and Will Skinner and Tony Mueller had two hits each.
On the mound: Rome starter Rafael Briceno allowed four runs – none earned – on 10 hits in five innings.
Tough day for Filak
Final: Intimidators 10 , Braves 5 (in Kannapolis)
The turning point: The Intimidators put together an eight-run rally in the third inning and added two more in the fourth for a 10-0 lead.
Who did what for Rome: Abner Abreu went 2-for-2 and scored once, and Will Skinner drove in two runs.
On the mound: Rome starter David Filak (2-5) was charged with eight runs on seven hits and two walks in 2 1-3
innings. Bryam Garcia pitched two scoreless innings.
Game notes: The last-place Braves have now lost six straight games, and own a league-worst 13-40 record.