West Virginia opened up a four game series tonight in Lakewood with a 6-2 win over the BlueClaws. The Power pounded out 14 hits and a combination of four pitchers allowed just five hits.
Tyler Glasnow, facing Lakewood for the fourth time this season, was dominant in an outing cut short by a long rain delay. He ended up going four innings, allowing just one hit, which came on his first pitch of the game. Glasnow walked two, struck out three and at one point, he retired nine batters in a row. He was topping out at 96 MPH, using all of his pitches and getting some soft contact when the ball was put in play.
For the four game series, I'm going to summarize the top prospects to watch, then give my thoughts on them after the series is done. For most of them, this is the second series I'll ...
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