Grovatt came through with the game winning hit tonight.
The West Virginia Power won a marathon game tonight, taking a 5-4 victory over the Lexington Legends in 14 innings. West Virginia entered the bottom of the 9th inning trailing by a run, but Rogelios Noris came through with a towering shot with two outs, sending the game in to extra innings, tied at 4-4. The score stayed the same until the 14th inning, when Dan Grovatt hit a bases loaded single, bringing home Noris for the winning run.
"He had a good pitch, I mean a curveball in there," Grovatt said of the final at-bat. "I struck out on that pitch previously in the game, and I tried to stay short and stay through it. Fortunately I put a good swing on it."
Tyler Waldron got the start tonight, but only lasted four innings, a...
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