Orlando Castro had another solid outing for West Virginia on Sunday, getting the win in the Power's 11-2 win against visiting Hagerstown at Appalachian Power Park in Charleston, W.Va.
Orlando Castro struck out three in five innings of work in West Virginia's win on Sunday.
Castro (2-1) went five innings, allowing two runs on six hits while strikeout three and allowing one walk (his first of the season). Castro did well in using his fastball to get ahead of the Hagerstown batters and being aggressive once ahead in the count.
"The thing I like about him is he mixes speeds well and he likes to dominate the inside part of the plate," West Virginia manager Michael Ryan said after Sunday's game. "He's not the biggest guy in the world but he has a huge heart. He establishes his fastball ...
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