I had a chance to see the West Virginia Power play four games in Lakewood this weekend, posting game recaps each night highlighting the better prospects on the team. With four days of watching them all play, it's time to give my impressions of the series and the players. With Jake Burnette going to the bullpen, I actually got to see all five starters pitch. I also had the great opportunity to sit down and talk about the team four different times with a longtime NL scout, who was there for all four games. His thoughts that stuck out to me will be included in the report. Just a note that I will be seeing West Virginia play eight more times this year, so I'll have a much more complete idea by the end of the season.

Stetson Allie showed amazing power in the Lakewood series

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