Wayne Lydons one-out, two-run double in the 10th inning rallied the Syracuse Chiefs over the Red Wings 3-2 Saturday night. Jose Morales had put Rochester ahead in the 10th with an RBI double, his third hit of the game. The two clubs travel to Cooperstown Sunday afternoon for the Cooperstown Classic, a regular season game helping to celebrate the International Leagues 125th season. Reliever Mike Gallo hit Randy Ruiz to open the tenth inning, and Chris Basak came in to run for Ruiz. Garrett Jones followed with a single, and Morales scorched a line drive double to the right-centerfield alley to bring home Basak. A one-out single and a hard-hit grounder that was ruled an error on Jones at first base gave the Chiefs two runners on in the bottom of the 10th, and Carmen Cali relieved Tim Lahey (1-3) to pitch to Wayne Lydon. Lydon hit a low line drive to left on an 0-1 pitch, bringing home Eric Nielsen and Marcos Cabral and ending the game. The Red Wings had picked up a run in the second off Chiefs starter Kane Davis, when Tommy Watkins knocked in Sergio Santos with a single . Play resumed after a brief rain delay in the second inning, with Wings starter Danny Graves scattering three singles over the first three innings. The Chiefs posted three singles in the fourth against Graves, with Chip Cannons hit driving in the game-tying run. Mariano Gomez took over for Graves in the fifth inning; Gomez spun 2 2/3 scoreless, hitless innings followed by a scoreless inning from Julio DePaula. Lahey took over for DePaula with two outs in the eighth, and struck out Adam Lind to end the inning. The Wings had a shot in the ninth against Brandon League, when Watkins singled and Denard Span walked to open the inning. Jason Pridies groundball out moved the runners up a base, but Watkins was thrown out at home by third baseman Chip Cannon on a ball hit by Matt Macri. Buck Coats singled off Lahey with one out in the bottom of the ninth, but a double play started by Macri quickly ended the Chiefs attempt at winning in regulation frames. Wings Things: Brian Buscher stretched his hitting streak to nine games with a one-out double in the third inning. Howie Clark will wear number 19 with the Twins...Denard Span landed at No. 11 on the Baseball America Propect Hot Sheet posted on Friday. Louisville (Reds) OF Jay Bruce was in the top spot...The Red Wings and Syracuse Chiefs play in the Cooperstown Classic this Sunday May 18; featuring Hall of Fame catcher Carlton Fisk. Check back here for exclusive RedWingsBaseball.com coverage Sunday....Double-A New Britains Luke Hughes went 0-for-4 in the first game of a doubleheader Saturday, ending his 17-game hitting streak.