Charleston RiverDogs 7, West Virginia Power 6(box)The Power posted 16 hits, but still fell one run short against Charleston. All but one members of the Power line-up had at least one hit, with RF Dan Grovatt and CF Mel Rojas led the way with 3 hits each. DH Jairo Marquez did not record a hit, but he walked and scored a run.The game was scoreless until the bottom of the 4th inning. The Power scattered 5 hits and 2 walks over those innings, but could not push a runner across the plate. Power starter Zack Von Rosenberg allowed a lead-off single in the first, then retired the next 9 batters in order, including 3 strikeouts. Charleston got going in the bottom of the 5th, attacking Von Rosenberg with two singles (plus a balk by Von Rosenberg), for ...
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