Tyler Glasnow struck out eight and touched 97 miles per hour in West Virginia's loss to Hagerstown on Sunday.
West Virginia got another good start out of Tyler Glasnow with the 19-year old right-hander striking out eight while allow just three hits with three walks and no runs allowed in four and two-thirds innings of work on Sunday.
The West Virginia bullpen, however, would let in four runs in the sixth inning as the Power lost to visiting Hagerstown 4-1. Glasnow has only factored in one decision (a loss) in his last five starts and has not won a game since May 12, but as we all (should) know by now wins and losses are not good ways to judge the worth of a pitcher.
Despite his impressive day (even if he did allow more than two hits for the first time since late April) and impress...
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