"I came out trying to do way too much [at the beginning of the season]," Glasnow said. "Now I'm just trusting my stuff and throwing and it's making it a lot easier."
Luckily for Glasnow, that one Greenville run didn't hurt as the Power offense provided the pitching staff with a cushion early.
The Power's Wyatt Mathisen scored the game's first run after Walker Gourley drew a bases-loaded walk in the bottom of the second and D.J. Crumlich also scored in the frame on an RBI groundout from Ashley Ponce.
An RBI single from Raul Fortunato in the third inning gave Glasnow and the bullpen all the cushion it would need.
Fortunato, Josh Bell, and Junior Sosa each notched two-hit games for the Power (14-16), with Sosa doubling to account for the team's only extra-base hit.
Pat Ludwig threw a scoreless ninth inning for his first save of the season.
Hernandez and Mookie Betts each had a pair of hits for the Drive (10-20).
The teams will play the final two games of the series in a doubleheader starting this morning at 10:30 a.m.
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