Mazey, whose team reached 20 wins in the earliest time in his three seasons at WVU, speaks to the plate approach of Cramer, Vance's control and ability to change speeds, gives his thoughts on the second game at the park and the how the Mountaineers are getting used to their new home and notes the differences between day and night games.
Vance, below, said he didn't have his best stuff. But the junior had more than enough in dominating a Bulldogs' line-up that got just one runner to third base against the lefty. Vance also discussed getting the early offensive backing and his ability to locate key pitches at key times.
And finally Cramer, who has two home runs in as many games at Mon County Ballpark, speaks to his approach, his changes between his first and second at-bats in each of the first two series games, gives his thoughts on Vance and details what he likes about the new home of Mountaineer baseball.