The big news of the West Virginia/Lakewood game tonight was when Alen Hanson got hit in the helmet with a pick-off attempt in the sixth inning as he slid headfirst back into second base. Hanson was down face flat for about two minutes, then slowly got up and walked off under his own power. He was replaced on the base paths by Eric Avila, who went to third, shifting Ashley Ponce to shortstop. West Virginia won the game 7-2, scoring five runs in the sixth inning, as Rowland and two relievers named Kilcrease, kept the Blueclaws off the board after the first inning. On to the player reports for the night, starting with Robby Rowland
Rowland had an outing very similar to Zack Dodson yesterday, in that they both gave up two runs in the first inning, then kept the other team o...
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