Sunday, April 14, 2013

West Virginia Power Week in Review

West Virginia started the season with a 3-7 record in the South Atlantic League, sixth place in the North Division.  The Power lost three of four to Asheville at home in the season opening series.  They traveled to Charlestown and were swept in three games by the RiverDogs.  In their first road series of the season, the Power won three out of four at Asheville.

This week WV wraps up their series with Asheville, travels to Greensville, and then welcomes Hagerstown to town.

Team leaders -

Batting Average
Stetson Allie, .396
Raul Fortunato, .366
Dilson Herrera, .333

Home Runs
Stetson Allie, 5
Eric Wood, 3
Raul Fortunato, 2

Stetson Allie, 16
Dilson Herrera, 7
Raul Fortunato, 7

Stolen Bases

Stetson Allie, 2
Dilson Herrera, 2
Raul Fortunato, 2

Pat Ludwig, 2
Ryan Hafner, 1
Jason Creasy, 1

Orlando Castro, 1.74
Pat Ludwig, 2.08

Joely Rodriguez, 12
Ryan Hafner, 11
Tyler Glasnow, 10

Josh Smith, 1