Max Moroff's third RBI of the night for the West Virginia Power was his most important, his single breaking a tie in the bottom of the 12th and giving the Power a 7-6 comeback win over the Hagerstown Suns.
It's the fifth win for the Power (5-2, 42-35) in its last six games.
Walker Gourley scored the tying run for the Power in that inning, when Suns catcher Pedro Severino's throw to first on a Raul Fortunato bunt sailed wide. Then Moroff's second hit of the night scored Jordan Steranka to complete the comeback.
The Power looked in control after taking a 4-2 lead in the first. Those runs came from RBI singles from Steranka and D.J. Crumlich and a two-run double from Moroff. But those were the only runs West Virginia would score until the ninth. Hagerstown (4-3, 42-32) scored runs in the fifth, seventh and ninth, the run in the ninth coming on a Will Piwnica-Worms RBI double.
Barrett Barnes answered for the Power in the bottom of the ninth with his third home run in a week, this one a rocket over the left field fence. The Suns struck back in the top of the 12th, when Crumlich's throw to first went astray and allowed Piwnica-Worms to score from third. But West Virginia mustered the two runs in the bottom of the inning to take the victory.
Pat Ludwig, who allowed an unearned run on two hits in the game's final three innings, got the win for West Virginia. Ludwig is now 6-0 on the season. Cody Davis took the loss for Hagerstown.
The Power hits the road to start a seven-game trip, which begins Thursday night at Lakewood, the first of a four-game series.