West Virginia pitcher Ryan Hafner is still searching for his first win of the season after registering a no decision in the Power's eight-inning 7-5 loss to Lakewood on Sunday. Storms hit the Charleston area hard, sending the Power and the BlueClaws scurrying to the clubhouse before the ninth inning could be played.
Hafner (0-6, 7.11 ERA) was lucky to not get saddled with his seventh loss of the season after giving up a mammoth grand slam to Lakewood's Chris Duffy in the fifth inning. The West Virginia offense bailed him out in the bottom half of the inning by scoring four runs to tie the game at 5-5. Mike Jefferson (2-6, 5.95 ERA), who replaced Hafner, suffered the loss instead after allowing two runs to score in the seventh.
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Gregory Polanco kept up his hitting ways Sunday....
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