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The last time we saw professional baseball in Charleston was back around Labor Day, 2019, when the West Virginia Power -- then the low-Class A minor-league affiliate of the Seattle Mariners -- finished up a mediocre season in the South Atlantic League with a 69-70 record.

A higher level of baseball, a larger presence in the community, a more dedicated approach to promotional activities and, perhaps most importantly, a much higher commitment to winning — all are things those involved with the West Virginia Power say will be different this season as a member of…