The West Virginia Power won game two of their four game series against the Lakewood BlueClaws by an 8-6 score. Luis Heredia made his second start of the season and lasted just four innings due to his pitch count, which was run up by a long second inning. The game didn't get under way until two and a half hours after the scheduled first pitch due to a rain delay. Once it started, the Power bats scored eight runs on ten hits and a little help from the BlueClaws defense. Josh Bell drove in two runs, giving him 51 RBIs on the year and eight different West Virginia players scored a run.
Just like with game one, I'll have a summary of the batters to watch, followed by a recap of Heredia's start and finally, some game notes.
Barrett Barnes led off the game with a hard line single...
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