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 best in the South Atlantic League.

Friday was no different, with both playing a big role in West Virginia's 4-3, come-from-behind win against visiting Lakewood.

Hanson walked to lead off the first inning for the Power and, wouldn't you know it, Polanco would later double to bring him around to score.

Jump ahead to the eighth inning and the two were at it ag...

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