Dilson Herrera was not in the West Virginia Power lineup on Tuesday after being hit by a pitch during the team's recent road trip to Lakewood (N.J.), however he is not expected to miss any more time.
Dilson Herrera will return to the West Virginia lineup on Wednesday according to Power manager Mike Ryan.
"Dilson got hit in the shoulder in Lakewood so we gave him an extra day after the day off," West Virginia manager Mike Ryan said. "He'll be in there tomorrow."
Ashley Ponce took Herrera's usual spot at second base in the Power's 7-5 win against visiting Delmarva at Appalachian Power Park on Tuesday.
Another oddity in the West Virginia lineup was not seeing "dh" next to he names of either Stetson Allie of Josh Bell. Typically one of those two serves as the Power designated hitter but that duty fell to Eric Wood against Delmarva. Wood has been nursing a sore knee that caused him to miss some time earlier this season, but Ryan said like Herrera expect to see Wood back in his ...
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