West Virginia Power 8, Hickory Crawdads 6[box]The Power also played in less than 2.5 hours, holding off a 4-run Hickory rally in the 9th inning to hold on to the win for starter Brandon Cumpton. It was Cumpton's 6th victory. He pitched 7 innings and allowed 2 runs (one earned) on just 2 hits and 2 walks, with 4 strikeouts. The Power began the scoring with one run in the bottom of the 1st. SS Drew Maggi and CF Mel Rojas opened the inning with back-to-back singles, which put Maggi on third. RF Dan Grovatt brought in Maggi with a sacrifice fly, though a double play ended the inning. Cumpton eased through his first 3 innings, working around a walk in the 2nd and a batter reaching on a throwing error in the 3rd. He gave up a lead...
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