Pretty much all discussion about production in the West Virginia Power lineup starts with the names of shortstop Alen Hanson and outfielder Gregory Polanco. Jose Osuna, however, might need to be added to that list.
Osuna, who primarily plays first base for West Virginia, had a historic July for the Power. His nine home runs in the month of July tied a club record previously set by Mat Gamel (May 2006), Stephen Chapman (July 2007) and Matt LaPorta (August 2007) for the most by a player in a single month.
Entering Wednesday's contest with Hagerstown, Osuna was riding a ten-game hit streak which came to an end after an 0-for-2 outing (though he did collect an RBI on a sacrifice fly, walk and score a run). West Virginia manager Rick Sofield said while Hanson and Polanco give the Power so...
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