Gregory Polanco hit a single to right to drive in Carlos Mesa to a break a 3-3 tie in the top of the eighth inning and lift the West Virginia Power to a 4-3 victory over the host Lexington Legends in a minor-league baseball game Monday night.
Polanco had two hits and also knocked in a run with a double in the fifth inning.
Mesa walked and stole second prior to the game-winning hit.
West Virginia third baseman Kirk Singer hit the game's only home run, a solo shot in the seventh that tied the game.
First baseman Zach Johnson had two hits for Lexington and drove in a single in the third inning.
Leadoff man Delino Deshields scored twice for Lexington, in the first inning when he singled and in the third when he walked and stole a base.
Junior Sosa led off the game with a triple, but didn't score because Legend third baseman Matt Duffy made an unassisted double play, catching a line drive and beating Sosa back to the base.
Power reliever Orlando Castro got the win for four scoreless innings.
Lexington reliever Murilo Gouvea pitched the fateful eighth and took the loss.