ERIE, Pa. – The Erie SeaWolves made the recent road magic for the Portland Sea Dogs disappear Wednesday night.

Erie starter Jacob Turner pitched a three-hitter and the SeaWolves pounded out 14 hits in an 11-3 win at Jerry Uht Park to end Portland’s six-game road winning streak.

“Their offense did a nice job up and down the lineup,” Portland Manager Kevin Boles said. “They were very aggressive. Got good pitches to hit. We elevated some pitches up in the zone, but they had a real aggressive approach.”

The Sea Dogs (21-41) withstood a 15-hit attack by the SeaWolves (31-32) in Tuesday night’s 5-4 win, but they were unable to overcome another night of hot hitting from Erie.

“We finally got some of the bigger hits that we needed (Tuesday),” Erie Manager Chris Cron said. “We got 15 hits (Tuesday) and had nothing to show for it, really.”

Portland will try to rebound in the final game of the series at 7:05 p.m. today. Right-hander Alex Wilson (5-4, 2.98 ERA) will get the start for the Sea Dogs.

A crowd of 3,875 watched Erie take command with a six-run fifth inning that resulted in an 11-2 lead. Portland reliever Jeremy Kehrt gave up six runs, four earned, on five hits in the inning.

The Sea Dogs also committed their only error of the game during the big outburst.

Erie had seven extra-base hits. Second baseman Brandon Douglas hit two doubles, and outfielders Michael Rockett and Jamie Johnson each had a triple.

On Tuesday, the SeaWolves left nine on base. On Wednesday, they left six men on and went 8 for 15 with runners in scoring position.

“It was nice to get those hits with runners on,” Douglas said. “We kept the pressure on throughout the whole game.”

Along with not being able to cool off Erie at the plate, Portland struggled against Turner, one of the top prospects in the Detroit Tigers’ system.

Turner (2-1) allowed just two runs, with only one being earned. He struck out three and walked three in six innings, and now has a 2.94 ERA.

Brock Huntzinger (3-5) picked up the loss for the Sea Dogs. He allowed five runs, all earned, on eight hits, struck out three and walked one in 31/3 innings. He now has a 6.85 ERA.

Portland trailed 3-2 after scoring a pair of runs in the fourth. Left fielder Chin-Hsien Chiang had a sacrifice fly and Tony Thomas scored on two errors that enabled him to reach home from second base.

Erie responded with two runs in the bottom of the inning before breaking it open in the fifth.

Chiang hit a solo homer in the ninth. It was his 11th home run of the season. 

NOTES: In his first two games with Portland since being sent down from Triple-A Pawtucket, Thomas has gone 1 for 7 with a run scored.

In his debut Tuesday, the third baseman went 0 for 3 with a walk.