Bell and Moroff both had huge games for the Power offense. Moroff reached base all five times up, including two singles, three walks, and three runs scored. Bell connected on a three-run homer in the first inning, his ninth of the year, and was at the plate on a wild pitch that scored Moroff as well.
The Power had the opportunity to deliver the walk-off because of left fielder Luis Urena, who likely saved the game for the Power in the top half of the ninth inning.
Tied at four, Kannapolis had the bases loaded when Mike Marjama hit a shot to left field but Urena raced back to the wall, leaped, and brought back a grand slam home run, catching the ball for the third out instead.
"It was huge and absolutely saved the game," Bell said. "He was the player of the game tonight. That was textbook outfield right there. It was awesome to see. Our center fielder Barrett Barnes said he brought it back. It's spectacular."
The Power bullpen continued its mastery of late as relievers Lance Breedlove and Ryan Hafner combined to pitch four scoreless innings, running their consecutive streak to 17 1/3 innings of work without allowing a single run.
"I wish you wouldn't have said that," said Power pitching Coach Jeff Johnson, when asked about the impressive streak. "I didn't even know that. They have done well all year. We have some guys in place and they have been great. It's really been awesome."
Both Kannapolis starting pitcher Kyle Hansen (leg injury) and home plate umpire Ryan Benson (hand injury) both had to leave the game after a play at the plate in the fourth inning after a wild pitch allowed a Power run to score.
With the bases loaded and one out with Bell batting, Hansen delivered a wild pitch. Tanner retrieved the ball and threw home, but Moroff and Hansen collided. The ball hit Benson, causing him to leave the game with Jordan Albarado coming in to call balls and strikes and ump the entire field.