Thursday's road contest at Columbia cancelled

West Virginia and Columbia will not play again in the first half

By David Kahn | May 24, 2018 8:23 PM ET

Due to inclement weather in the Columbia area, tonight's West Virginia Power game against the Columbia Fireflies has been cancelled. Since West Virginia and Columbia will not play each other again in the first half, this game will not be made up.

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Homestand #5 Preview: May 25-28

Legends of Wrestling Night highlights four-game home series vs. Kannapolis

By John Kocsis | May 24, 2018 12:05 PM ET

The West Virginia Power are headed back to Appalachian Power Park for their final May homestand, where they will play the Kannapolis Intimidators in a four-game set from May 25-28. This series will be the first time the two teams play in 2018 and the only time the Power will see Kannapolis at home. The clubs will play four more times in Kannapolis from July 23-26.

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Mitchell and Pope homer in 6-5 loss Wednesday

Gavin Wallace tosses his fourth quality start of the season

By John Kocsis | May 23, 2018 2:44 PM ET

West Virginia garnered a quality start from Gavin Wallace and two early homers from Calvin Mitchell and Brett Pope, but it was not enough as they fell to the Columbia Fireflies, 6-5, at Spirit Communications Ballpark on Wednesday.

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Robles' quality start not enough in 5-4 loss

Bullpen allows three runs in final two innings in walk-off win for Columbia

By John Kocsis | May 22, 2018 10:47 PM ET

Domingo Robles posted his fourth consecutive quality start, but West Virginia's bullpen faltered over the final two frames, as Edgardo Fermin singled in Scott Manea to cap a two-run ninth and lead the Fireflies to a 5-4 walk-off victory at Spirit Communications Park on Tuesday evening.

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Mitchell's go-ahead double lifts Power to 3-2 win

Blake Weiman spins a career-high four shutout innings to secure the victory

By John Kocsis | May 21, 2018 11:29 PM ET

Blake Weiman tossed four scoreless innings of relief and Calvin Mitchell hit a go-ahead double in the 11th to score Chris Sharpe and lead the Power to a 3-2 victory over the Columbia Fireflies on Monday evening at Spirit Communication Park.

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Four homers not enough as Lexington takes series

Stafford, Cruz and Castro homer, but Power drop both games Sunday

By Media Relations | May 20, 2018 8:16 PM ET

The Power hit four homers across two games against Lexington, but the Legends took both Sunday contests against West Virginia, winning game 1, 6-4, before ekeing out a 7-6 win in game two on Sunday afternoon at Appalachian Power Park.

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Saturday's game against Lexington suspended

Game will resume on Sunday at 12:05 p.m., with Sunday's regularly scheduled game set to follow

By David Kahn | May 19, 2018 7:12 PM ET

Due to inclement weather in the Charleston area, tonight's West Virginia Power game against the Lexington Legends has been suspended in the top of the second inning, with the Power leading 2-0. The game will resume tomorrow at 12:05 p.m., with Sunday's regularly scheduled game set to follow the conclusion of this contest. Gates will open at 11:30 a.m. tomorrow.

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Meadows makes MLB debut with Pittsburgh Friday

2014 outfielder becomes 69th former Power player to make MLB debut

By David Kahn | May 19, 2018 10:03 AM ET

Austin Meadows, the Pirates' second-best prospect per MLB.com, was promoted to Pittsburgh and made his MLB debut with the parent club on Friday. Meadows had spent all of 2018 with Triple-A Indianapolis thus far, posting a .294 average in 32 games with a home run and 15 RBI. The Atlanta native is the 69th former Power player to play in the big leagues.

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Power blanked by Legends on Friday

West Virginia's offense musters three hits in the 6-0 loss

By John Kocsis | May 18, 2018 11:10 PM ET

Lexington used three pitchers and a career day at the dish from MJ Melendez to silence West Virginia on Friday evening, as the Legends took game two of the four-game series, 6-0, at Appalachian Power Park.

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Robles tosses seven stellar frames in 3-2 win

Busby, Mitchell each homer in series-opening victory over Lexington

By John Kocsis | May 17, 2018 10:29 PM ET

A pair of timely homers from Calvin Mitchell and Dylan Busby, along with a strong start from Domingo Robles, led to a 3-2 Power victory over the Lexington Legends at Appalachian Power Park on Thursday evening.

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