West Virginia squandered an early opportunity but escaped Appalachian Power Park with a win against visiting Greensboro in the most exciting of ways.
Barrett Barnes left West Virginia's 6-3 win in the seventh inning with a hamstring injury on Wednesday.
The Power managed just one run from a bases loaded, no outs situation in the first inning but got a walk off home run from third baseman Eric Wood for its 11th win of the season.
Wood and Dilson Herrera each had three hits in the game (and were two of only four West Virginia players with hits along with Stetson Allie and Walker Gourley) but none were bigger than Wood's blast to end the ballgame.
For his trouble Wood received a giant foam bat from West Virginia hitting coach Orlando Merced and a towel full of shaving cream to the...
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