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 part of a five-run West Virginia second inning.

Rain forced the game to be put on hold until Saturday and resulted in its shortening to seven innings. When the Power pulled the tarp off Appalachian Power Park, Polanco went back to work.

Hanson reached on a fielder's choice in the West Virginia half of the third and racked up two more stolen bases, taking s...

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