Tonight was an ugly night for the West Virginia Power, losing to Lexington 11-3.  Lexington took an early lead in the first inning when they scored three runs off of Zack Von Rosenberg to start the game.  Von Rosenberg lasted four innings, giving up six runs on nine hits, with one homer.  Vince Payne came on next, and gave up five runs in his second inning of work, thanks to some poor defensive work.

The offense also struggled, missing a lot of opportunities.  The Power loaded the bases with one out in the first inning, but only got one run across the plate.  They also made two big mistakes with key outs at third base when the game was still in reach.  With two outs, Drew Maggi tried to stretch a double in to a triple in the fourth inning, and was called out at third on a close call.  A...

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