"They're going to continue to for a while," Power pitching coach Jeff Johnson said of opposing teams' ability to run on Glasnow. "He's 19 and we don't worry about that stuff with him yet.
"With Tyler, we just want him to go out and make every start, that's it. There are no expectations and we're not putting any pressure on him to perform. We just want him to keep going out there and improving."
Breedlove (1-1) picked up the win with a solid outing for the Power. Breedlove tossed two scoreless innings before giving way to 6-6 right-hander Ryan Hafner to start the seventh inning. After a scoreless inning, Hafner was touched up for a pair of runs in eighth on an RBI groundout by Estarlin Martinez and an RBI single by Ramos.
West Virginia's Bryton Trepagnier earned his first save of the season with a perfect ninth inning.
"It's been coming." Johnson said of his pitchers' solid outing. "I've seen improvement ever since we left home with a couple of guys making improvements and adjustments. I'm very pleased with them tonight."
West Virginia chased Suns starter Ronald Pena after 41/3 innings of work. Pena gave way to reliever David Fischer with runners on second and third. The Power greeted Fischer with back-to-back, RBI singles to right field by Wood and Raul Fortunato to take a 3-2 lead after five innings.
Fischer encountered more trouble in the sixth with back-to-back walks to Walker Gourley and Max Moroff to start the inning. After retiring the next two batters, Josh Bell's infield single scored Gourley from second to extend the lead to 4-2. Wood followed with a three-run homer to left center to give the Power breathing room with a 7-2 lead.
Power Notes: Centerfielder Barrett Barnes made an early impact for the Power with a single and run scored in five at bats ... Barnes, a second-round pick (45th overall) in the 2012 MLB draft, was added to the roster Thursday after a stint at extended spring training. Barnes batted .288, with five homers and 24 RBI in 38 games in the short-season New York-Penn League last summer. The Suns and Power will square off again tonight at 7:05 in game two of the four game series.