Gregory Polanco Stays Hot for West Virginia

Gregory Polanco continues to swing one of the hottest bats in the South Atlantic League for Class A West Virginia. The 20-year old from the Dominican Republic went 4-for-4 with four RBI in a 9-1 Power win against Delmarva in a game that took two days to get in. Polanco started Friday’s game with single to score Alen Hanson in the first inning. He followed that up with another RBI single, this time bringing Taylor Lewis around as...

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Still No Wins for West Virginia’s Hafner

West Virginia pitcher Ryan Hafner is still searching for his first win of the season after registering a no decision in the Power’s eight-inning 7-5 loss to Lakewood on Sunday. Storms hit the Charleston area hard, sending the Power and the BlueClaws scurrying to the clubhouse before the ninth inning could be played. Hafner (0-6, 7.11 ERA) was lucky to not get saddled with his seventh loss of the season after giving up a mammoth...

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Hanson, Polanco Play Big Role in West Virginia Win

Anytime you are dealing with 19¬†and 20-year olds, in anything, there are going to be some mental errors. That is especially true in baseball. In the cases of West Virginia prospects Alen Hanson and Gregory Polanco, however, those brief lapses can be forgiven when they otherwise perform as well as they have been for the Power this season. The duo has not only been two of West Virginia’s best players this season but two of the...

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Von Rosenberg, Offense Solid as West Virginia Blasts Lakewood

Zack Von Rosenberg’s up-and-down tenure in West Virginia was back up Wednesday. The 21-year old from Louisiana matched his season-high with six innings pitched and allowed two runs on five hits with four strikeouts to get the win as the Power trounced Lakewood 13-2 at Appalachian Power Park. Von Rosenberg (2-2, 4.75 ERA) was not overpowering Wednesday but was able to get the BlueClaws to hit a lot of fly balls to the outfield...

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