All posts tagged "Eric Wood"

  • Injury Updates
    Injury Update: Herrera Back Wednesday for West Virginia

    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...

  • Prospect Reports
    West Virginia Loses 8-5, Glasnow and Allie Do Impressive Things

    West Virginia was unable to sweep the Lakewood BlueClaws today on the road, losing 8-5 and snapping a seven game winning streak against Lakewood. Tyler Glasnow got the start and had some trouble, giving up three runs, but he still looked very impressive on the mound. For the seventh straight start, he...

  • Prospect Reports
    Orlando Castro Effective Through Six, Stetson Allie Homers Again

    In Lakewood tonight, the West Virginia Power won their sixth game in a row over the BlueClaws and again Stetson Allie provided the highlight of the night. In the fourth inning, the big first baseman hit an impressive two-run homer to center field to give West Virginia a lead they would not...

  • Analysis
    Glasnow, Bats Lead Turnaround for West Virginia

    In West Virginia's recent history, being able to put a winning baseball team on the field while consistently preparing prospects for the next level has been a formula that has been hard to come by, that is until recently. Dilson Herrera has been a big part of the West Virginia lineup hitting...

  • First Pitch
    First Pitch: Some Tough Questions to Answer in the Upcoming Prospect Rankings

    A question I get a lot these days is "why isn't Stetson Allie in your top 20?" The answer is that we don't update the top 20 until after the MLB draft. The rankings that we display on the Prospect Watch each night are the pre-season rankings. There have been a few...

  • Prospect Watch
    Prospect Watch: Wood and Cunningham Homer, Navarro and Rodriguez Go Six

    Top Pitcher: Eliecer Navarro, Top Hitter: Eric Wood, HR: Jarek Cunningham, Eric Wood

  • Prospect Reports
    Wood Walks Off, Barnes Hurt in West Virginia Win

    West Virginia squandered an early opportunity but escaped Appalachian Power Park with a win against visiting Greensboro in the most exciting of ways. The Power managed just one run from a bases loaded, no outs situation in the first inning but got a walk off home run from third baseman Eric Wood...

  • Top Performers
    Top Performers: Gregory Polanco Quietly Having a Strong Season

    Below are the top Runs Created* totals in the Pittsburgh Pirates' farm system from the last week. The rankings include every hitter who had an at-bat for a Pirates' minor league affiliate, not including DSL teams, and with no limitations on whether the hitter has prospect eligibility. Players who spent time at...

  • Prospect Notebook
    Prospect Notebook: Looking Deeper at Another Group of Breakout Players in West Virginia

    We are two weeks into the season, and once again it looks like West Virginia is the team to watch for breakout performers. The offense currently has four regulars with an .800 OPS or better. Other guys on the roster have potential and talent, but don’t have the numbers yet. It’s still...

  • Prospect Watch
    Prospect Watch: Stolmy Pimentel and Eric Wood Continue Hot Starts

    Top Pitcher: Stolmy Pimentel, Top Hitter: Eric Wood, HR: Stefan Welch, Eric Wood

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