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Colla Moves Up; Long Night For Power

Colla Moves Up; Long Night For Power


West Virginia Power� 7,� Savannah Sand Gnats� 6 (box)
It took 15 innings and three minutes short of 5 hours, but the Power got the win over Savannah. � With the score tied at 6-6 going into the bottom of the 15th,� Savannah had run out of pitchers.� They brought in RJ Harris, their left fielder, to the mound. � Harris got 2B Elevys Gonzalez to ground out, and got SS Benji Gonzalez to pop out.� Then he walked CF Evan Chambers, who advanced to second base on a wild pitch.� Harris then walked DH David Rubinstein, 1B Aaron Baker, and RF Jose Hernandez to force in the winning run and send everyone home to bed.
Jason Erickson had made the start for the Power.� He went 6 innings and surrendered 3 runs on 5 hits and a walk, while striking out 6 batters.� A walk and two singles brought in one run in the 1st inning, and added two mre runs in the 3rd on a single, a hit batter, a double steal, and a 2-RBI single.
The Power tied the score with one run in the 2nd, on three singles by C Ramon Cab...

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