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Feature Sized – Charleston RiverDogs starting pitcher Jio Orozco warms up before a game against the Lakewood BlueClaws at Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park in Charleston, SC on Wednesday, May 3, 2017. (Martin Griff)

RiverDogs Falter Against Power 2-0

Pitcher Luis Escobar shut down the Charleston RiverDogs to push the West Virginia Power to 2-0 victory at Joe Riley Park.

Clark Eagan drove in both Power runs off RiverDogs starter Jio Orozco (L, 3-5). He drove in Brent Gibbs in the second with a sac fly to right to make it 1-0 Power.

In the fourth, Eagan would single in Hunter Owen to make it 2-0 Power.

Escobar (W, 6-2) went five innings striking out seven and allowing just three hits. Geoff Hartleib pitched the final two innings allowing just one hit to earn his fifth save of the season.

The RiverDogs fall to 32-35 on the season while the Power improve to 29-34 on the season.

The RiverDogs welcome the Columbia Fireflies and Tim Tebow for a three game series at Joe Riley Park starting Friday night 7:05 PM.

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