The West Virginia Power played a total of 12 games in Lakewood this year, so I got to see a little more of the team than usual. Early in the season, it was the power display by Stetson Allie and the pitching of Tyler Glasnow that impressed me the most. As the season went on, I noticed improvements each start from Clay Holmes and better hitting from Josh Bell, particularly in this last series for both of them. Yesterday I looked at the hitters at the level. Below I'll give my thoughts on the pitchers that I saw, spending more time on the top prospects.

Clay Holmes Gets Better Each Time 

Clayton Holmes threw six shutout innings on Saturday

The only pitcher I saw make a start in each series was Clay Holmes. I actually never saw John Kuchno pitch, missing his spot in the rotation all ...

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