The Sounds received just enough offense and got excellent pitching as they swept a doubleheader from Omaha, taking the opener 5-3 and grabbing the nightcap 2-1.
Nashville delivered the game-deciding outburst with a three-run second in the first game. Catcher Vinny Rottino's grounder scored the first run and third baseman Joe Dillon grounded a two-run single to left to cap it.
The Stars (22-27) suffered another tough defeat, falling 4-3 at West Tennessee as the hosts scored the game-winner in the seventh.
Cain finished 3 for 3 and shortstop Alcides Escobar went 2 for 4.
Third baseman Taylor Green's solo homer, his 15th long ball, and a three-run seventh lifted the Manatees to a 5-2 victory over first-place Daytona.
Second baseman Yohannis Perez's two-run triple and left fielder Mel Stocker's RBI single keyed the key uprising as the Manatees helped make a winner of starter Amaury Rivas (1-1), who went five innings with one run on five hits.
The Power committed four errors. It didn't matter because they also smashed four homers to lead a 19-hit attack en route to a 17-1 victory over Hickory that helped them maintain a 1.5-game divisional lead.
West Virginia scored five times in the first, give in the second and four in the third.
The long ball barrage started with first baseman Steffan Wilson's 17th in the second, third baseman Zelous Wheeler's 12th in the third, catcher-left fielder Eric Fryer's ninth in the fourth and backup catcher Ulrich Snijders' fourth in the eighth.
Wilson finished 4 for 5 with four RBIs, Fryer went 4 for 5 and added a double and triple, designated hitter Curt Rindal was 3 for 4 with two doubles, Wheeler knocked in three runs.
West Virginia accumulated 11 extra-base hits as nine batters knocked in runs.
The pitching was excellent, too. Starter Michael Bowman (2-1) went five innings, giving up an unearned run and three hits. Pedro Lambertus went three hitless innings and Curtis Pasma tossed a perfect ninth.
The Brewers (3-9) lost for the fifth straight time and seventh in eight outings since starting the second half 2-2, suffering a 3-2 setback as Orem tallied the game-winner in the bottom of the ninth against Garrett Sherrill (1-7).
The Royals blanked the Brewers, 5-0, handing the visitors their second straight defeat after attaining only their second two-game winning streak of the season.
Damon Krestalude (0-4) started and gave up five hits and three runs, but two of them were unearned.