WV springing into baseball season and gobbler season Apr 10, 2019 Facebook Twitter SMS Email Local journalism makes a difference Local journalism makes a difference Your support makes that possible — subscribe today for 99¢ Your support makes that possible — subscribe today for 99¢ Learn more about HD Media Learn more about HD Media Facebook Twitter SMS Email Print Save It’s spring in West Virginia. This week, the West Virginia Power has its first home game, and the gobbler season begins. We look ahead at both.Read Mike Whiteford's stories of Dick Hoblitzell and other famous Major League players from West Virginia here, and his story about the history of baseball in the Mountain State here.Listeners: We’d love your feedback and to learn a bit about you! Fill out our short survey by clicking here. Facebook Twitter SMS Email Print Save Available on iTunes Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin. Available on iTunes Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin. Trending Now Articles ArticlesPrep football: All-Cardinal Conference teamsPrep basketball roundup: Toler lead St. Albans in rout of SissonvilleA WV girl told adults her father impregnated her. CPS left her in her father’s home anyway, lawsuit says.Podcast: So you think you can shoot? Not like the WVU rifle teamPodcast: Climate change comes to WV's Mid-Allegheny highlandsPodcast: In West Virginia, who polices the police?The Food Guy: Filipino food, dog bar, bourbon bistro coming soon!Kanawha paying $20M to prepare Hoover High site; FEMA and state to fund constructionWV employees suspended after photo emerges of correctional officers' Nazi salutePrep basketball: SSAC reveals new four-class alignments Today's Obituaries Funerals Today Funerals for Wednesday, December 11, 2019 Adkins, Dorsel - 11 a.m., Casto Funeral Home, Evans.Anderson, William - 1 p.m., Foglesong-Casto Funeral Home, Mason.Kalinoski, Peggy - 3 p.m., Goshen Baptist Church Cemetery, Kenna.Pyles, Jack - 1 p.m., Wilcoxen Funeral Home, Point Pleasant.