SC – Wyatt Mathisen (3-4) led the West Virginia Power to a 7-0 victory over the
Charleston RiverDogs Thursday night in South Atlantic League play at Joseph P.
Riley, Jr. Park in front of 4,512 fans. The RiverDogs (10-10) remain in fourth
place of the Southern Division, while the Power (9-12) stay in sixth place in
the Northern Division.
was delayed 1:33 due to rain.
hitless first inning, West Virginia scored the first runs of the night in the
top half of the second. With the bases loaded and no outs, an error by RiverDogs
second baseman Francisco Rosario allowed two Power runners to score. A third run
was scored when RiverDogs' starting pitcher Daniel Camarena (0-3) balked. Later
in the inning, Dilson Herrera tripled and drove in two more runs. Herrera then
scored on a sacrifice fly by Josh Bell, making the score 6-0.
extended the lead to 7-0 in the top of the third inning with his second home run
of the season.
who picked up the loss, was relieved by Alex Smith in the top of the sixth
inning. In five innings of work, Camarena allowed seven runs (five earned) on
six hits and struck out seven batters.'
had two base hits for Charleston and finished the series with at least one hit
in all three games.
RiverDogs managed only four hits off of West Virginia starting pitcher Joely
Rodriguez (1-2) who was relieved by Ryan Hafner after 5.1 innings of work.
Rodriguez allowed no runs, struck out four batters, and earned his first win of