Adam Hall and his Delmarva Shorebirds teammates used a trio of three-run innings to overwhelm the West Virginia Power, winning 9-5 at Appalachian Power Park.
Down 2 – 0 Delmarva woke up the bats in the fifth inning. Jean Carlos Encarnacion worked a one-out walk and advanced to second on a groundout. Robert Neustrom then singled him home to make it 2 - 1, and Hall followed with a double to put men on second and third. Seamus Curran came up next an ripped a liner to right that bounced so hard off the wall Curran could only get a single out of it, but Neustrom and Hall scored to put the Shorebirds up 3 - 2.
In the bottom of the sixth, West Virginia Power took the lead 5 - 3.
The Shorebirds erupted again in the seventh. Encarnacion sparked the rally again with a leadoff single, and Neustrom singled two batters later, sending Encarnacion to third. Hall slashed his second double of the game up the middle, scoring Encarnacion and moving Neustrom up to third. Neustrom came home on a wild pitch to tie the game, and Curran chipped a single into right, scoring Hall to put Delmarva back up 6 - 5.
Hall finished 3-for-5 with two doubles, two runs, and an RBI.