For a while, BlueClaws starter Yoel Mecias (4-3) was keeping pace with Glasnow, striking out eight and holding the Power to a pair of runs in his 32/3 innings before leaving the game with an apparent arm injury.
Josh Bell came up with a clutch two-run, two-out single to center in the third to start the scoring, giving Glasnow a cushion to work with in the process.
RBI hits for Dilson Herrera and Jordan Steranka, and an RBI groundout for Max Moroff in the fifth inning gave Glasnow a 5-0 lead, which was more than enough for the Power bullpen to hold on to.
In all, the Power (2-1) collected 12 hits after racking up 10 Friday.
Steranka finished 3 for 5 to lead the charge, with Bell and Moroff getting a pair of hits apiece. Moroff also collected two RBIs.
Herrera's RBI double in the fifth inning extended his hitting streak to nine games dating back to June 11. He had a pair of seven-game streaks earlier in the season.
Larry Greene had the only multi-hit game for Lakewood (1-2), and Josh Ludy recorded a pinch-hit two-run double in the eighth inning to account for the BlueClaws' scoring.
The teams close out the series at 2:05 p.m. today. It will mark the much-anticipated first start for 18-year-old right-hander Luis Heredia of the Power, while Lakewood will counter with righty Miguel Nunez (5-4, 4.91 ERA).
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