"I put everything into that throw," White said. "I fell down and actually cramped up when I threw it."
Diaz caught the ball standing up in front the plate and he and Bailey collided. Diaz held onto the ball and stood up, and Bailey appeared to take exception with Diaz after the collision.
From there, both benches cleared and four players - two for each team - were ejected.
Diaz and Bailey were tossed, as well as Power reliever Brooks Pounders and Legends pitcher Brian Streilein, neither of whom were in the game at the time.
Once order was restored and the ejections were finalized, the re-energized Power (38-35 overall, 3-2 second half) relied on key defensive plays in the final innings to preserve the win.
White had two outfield assists and another throw prevented the leadoff hitter in the top of the 10th from reaching second. The Legends (36-39, 1-4) had two on with no outs in that inning, but Power reliever Kevin Decker induced three consecutive groundouts to wiggle out of the jam.
In the bottom of the ninth, West Virginia hitters made three long outs, two of which were caught on the warning track. White was on deck for the final out of that inning and joked with Mort when they took the field for the 10th.
"I told him, 'That's OK, I'm going to walk it off in the 10th,'" White said.
On the first pitch he saw from Lexington reliever Jorge deLeon, White smashed the ball over the left field wall for his first home run of the season.
"I don't think anyone tries to do it," White said. "For me, it just happened."
Contact sportswriter Chuck McGill at chuck.mcg...@dailymail.com or 304-348-1712.