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WV Power - 2017 Field Staff Announced

December 23, 2016 - Charleston, WV - The Pittsburgh Pirates, parent club of the West Virginia Power, have announced the field staff for each their Minor League affiliates. The 2017 Power field staff will feature a new manager and the return of the 2016 club's hitting coach. Wyatt Toregas will serve as the manager of the West Virginia Power in 2017. Toregas has been the manager of the West Virginia Black Bears for the last two seasons. Toregas, 34, led the Black Bears to the New York-Penn League title in 2015. Th... Full Story

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New Video Board Slated for 2017 Season

October 18, 2016 - West Virginia Power to upgrade Appalachian Power Park with new video board New Smartvision LED board coupled with production improvements will enhance fan experience Charleston, WV - The West Virginia Power, Class A affiliate of the Pittsburgh Pirates, are pleased to announce the purchase of a new high definition video board and production suite to enhance Appalachian Power Park. The Power, through an agreement with Total Sports Entertainment, will install a LSI Smartvision LED video board du... Full Story

Trick-Or-Beat Scheduled for October 27

October 4, 2016 - Charleston, WV - The West Virginia Power, along with 98.7 The Beat and West Virginia Radio Corporation, will host the 11th annual Trick-Or-Beat at Appalachian Power Park on October 27, 2016. This annual event provides a safe and well-lit environment for Charleston area youth to trick-or-treat. "Trick-Or-Beat has been a staple at Appalachian Power Park nearly every year since the ballpark opened," said Jeremy Taylor, the Assistant General Manager of the West Virginia Power. "In addition to the... Full Story

Power Raise $50,000 for Flood Relief

September 29, 2016 - Charleston, WV - The West Virginia Power, in conjunction with the Pittsburgh Pirates, are pleased to announce that their ongoing flood relief efforts have raised $50,000 for the West Virginia Region of the American Red Cross. The flooding that occurred in late June devastated 44 counties across the state of West Virginia and the Power immediately began relief efforts at Appalachian Power Park. Power fans and many of the team's partners made sizable donations to the collection efforts, including ... Full Story

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