LEXINGTON, Ky. -- The West Virginia Power got another huge game from its hottest hitter, but it wasn't enough as the Lexington Legends defeated the Power 5-3 Saturday night at Whitaker Bank Ballpark.
Two-out rallies are the stuff of many great baseball games, and the West Virginia Power got one of its own in the late going to fend off a late-surging Long Island Ducks team to get a 4-3 Atlantic League win Tuesday night at Appalachian Power Park.
Rubi Silva hit a two-run home run in the bottom of the third inning which proved to be enough for the West Virginia Power to overcome the Southern Maryland Blue Crabs by a score of 4-2 on Sunday at Appalachian Power Park.
The so-called “Robo-ump” made its way to Charleston for the first time Friday night, and received pretty good first reviews from West Virginia Power players and coaches.
After 20 months of dormancy, professional baseball returned to Appalachian Power Park Friday night as the West Virginia Power played its inaugural game in the independent Atlantic League.
After 21 months without it, professional baseball returns to Appalachian Power Park Friday night when the West Virginia Power hosts the Southern Maryland Blue Claws in the start of the Power’s inaugural season in the independent Atlantic League.
When Arik Sikula takes to the mound Friday night at Appalachian Power Park for the West Virginia Power’s opening game in the independent Atlantic League, he’ll be making Charleston baseball history.
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.
In an effort to drum up area interest, the West Virginia Power made sure that the inaugural roster in the independent Atlantic League would have some local ties.
It’s far too early to tell how the West Virginia Power will fare in its inaugural season in the independent Atlantic League.
Baseball returned to Appalachian Power Park over the weekend as the West Virginia Power tuned up for its inaugural season in the independent Atlantic League with three exhibition games Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
West Virginia Power President Chuck Domino took in the top of the first inning before heading up to grab a seat in an overlook by the private boxes at Appalachian Power Park.
The first opportunity for area fans to see the new-look, independent Atlantic League version of the West Virginia Power will come on Friday night as the team kicks off the first of a three-game exhibition series against the Black Sox, a team that travels the country taking on professional te…
There will be a lot of eyes on the West Virginia Power’s inaugural season in the Atlantic League, which starts with a sneak-peek of three exhibition games this weekend at Appalachian Power Park and gets real next Friday, May 28, with the team’s season opener against the Southern Maryland Blu…
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…
Mark Minicozzi, the West Virginia Power’s new manager as the club prepares for its inaugural season in the independent Atlantic League of Professional Baseball, recently arrived in Charleston after a four-day RV trip from Phoenix.
Baseball fans itching to get a look at Charleston’s entry into the Atlantic League of Professional Baseball will get a sneak peek with three preseason exhibition games on May 21, May 22 and May 23 at Appalachian Power Park.