The West Virginia bats were out tonight, scoring eight runs on 11 hits, while three Power pitchers kept the Lakewood BlueClaws off the board. With the 8-0 win, the Power have now won seven straight over Lakewood. Their record moves to 31-25 on the season. Clay Holmes was wild at times, but looked good at others, allowing just one hit, striking out five and keeping the ball on the ground when it was put in play. Every batter in the Power starting lineup had at least one hit, while Josh Bell and Junior Sosa drove in two runs apiece.

As I did with the first two games of this series, we look at the batters of interest, followed by Clay Holmes' outing in-depth and finally some game notes. After the series concludes, I will summarize my thoughts on the team.

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