The West Virginia Power took the four series in Lakewood today, with a comeback win, giving them three wins against the BlueClaws in this set and they have now beat them in 13 of 16 meetings this year. Down 4-2 going into the ninth inning, the Power drew three straight walks to start the frame. After a sacrifice fly made it 4-3, Ashley Ponce hit what looked to be a game-ending double play, but the second baseman threw it away, allowing the Power to tie the game.
Barrett Barnes then got a gift double that put West Virginia up 5-4, where the game ended. Clay Holmes pitched well in his five innings, allowing two third inning runs, but keeping the Power in the game. West Virginia had eight hits, drew five walks and got help from three BlueClaws errors. Raul Fortunato homered, had two single...
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