Game Recaps from the 2019 West Virginia Power season
Having promoted most of their top talent to High-A Modesto at the tail end of the 2019 season, the Power was struggling down the stretch. However, DeAires Moses and Nick Rodriguez came alive in the team's final game against the Charleston RiverDogs, producing a thrilling late-inning comeback win to cap their road trip.
After being held scoreless for 13 consecutive innings, West Virginia's offense came alive late Thursday evening, tallying six runs from the sixth to the eighth inning to pull away from the Charleston RiverDogs in a 6-1 win at Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park.
Josias De Los Santos created some trouble for himself early on, walking four batters over the first two innings, but did not allow a hit and evaded any damage. However, the RiverDogs (30-29, 67-62) pounced on the Power starter in the third, as Josh Breaux scorched a two-out homer to deep left-center field that gave Charleston a 1-0 lead.