Where Will They Be in 2020: Relief Pitchers

Our best guesses at where the 18 Power relief pitchers in 2019 will go in 2020

Bryan Pall was one of the Power's four Midseason All-Stars this season. (Joe Williams)

By David Kahn | December 20, 2019 2:52 PM ET

The 2019 Minor League season is more than three months behind us now, and with the Arizona Fall League wrapped up and Winter Leagues underway, fans, media, players and staff members are shifting gears to 2020. The pressing question on a lot of their minds: Who will be where in 2020? Will players get an aggressive push to a new level? Will some be designated to repeat the station they were saddled with in 2019? The short answer is: We won't know for sure until April 2020, but that doesn't stop us from guessing.

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Where Will They Be in 2020: Starting Pitchers

Our best guesses at where the 15 Power starting pitchers in 2019 will go in 2020

Logan Gilbert dominated in his five starts with West Virginia during the 2019 season. (Sam Santilli)

By David Kahn | December 6, 2019 5:02 PM ET

The 2019 Minor League season is more than three months behind us now, and with the Arizona Fall League wrapped up and Winter Leagues underway, fans, media, players and staff members are shifting gears to 2020. The pressing question on a lot of their minds: Who will be where in 2020? Will players get an aggressive push to a new level? Will some be designated to repeat the station they were saddled with in 2019? The short answer is: We won't know for sure until April 2020, but that doesn't stop us from guessing.

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Where Will They Be in 2020: The Outfielders

Our best guesses at where the nine Power outfielders in 2019 will go in 2020

Jarred Kelenic was the Seattle Mariners' 2019 Ken Griffey Jr. Minor League Hitter of the Year. (Joe Williams)

By David Kahn | November 21, 2019 2:46 PM ET

The 2019 Minor League season is more than two months behind us now, and with the Arizona Fall League wrapped up and Winter Leagues on the horizon, fans, media, players and staff members are shifting gears to 2020. The pressing question on a lot of their minds: Who will be where in 2020? Will players get an aggressive push to a new level? Will some be designated to repeat the station they were saddled with in 2019? The short answer is: We won't know for sure until April 2020, but that doesn't stop us from guessing.

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Where Will They Be in 2020: The Infielders

Our best guesses at where the 13 Power infielders in 2019 will go in 2020

Bobby Honeyman took home SAL Year End All-Star honors at third base in 2019. (Joe Williams)

By David Kahn | November 14, 2019 3:16 PM ET

The 2019 Minor League season is more than two months behind us now, and with the Arizona Fall League wrapped up and Winter Leagues on the horizon, fans, media, players and staff members are shifting gears to 2020. The pressing question on a lot of their minds: Who will be where in 2020? Will players get an aggressive push to a new level? Will some be designated to repeat the station they were saddled with in 2019? The short answer is: We won't know for sure until April 2020, but that doesn't stop us from guessing.

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Where Will They Be in 2020: The Catchers

Our best guesses at where the five Power catchers in 2019 will go in 2020

Jake Anchia was the Power's primary catcher in 2019, making 68 starts behind the plate. (Joe Williams)

By David Kahn | November 7, 2019 3:24 PM ET

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2020 Season Tickets On Sale Now

Fans can purchase a full 70-game selection or a 25-game mini-plan for the 2020 season

By David Kahn | October 28, 2019 12:27 PM ET

Season tickets for the 16th season of West Virginia Power baseball are on sale now, the club announced Monday afternoon. Fans can purchase full and partial 2020 season ticket packages online or by calling the Power at 304-344-2287.

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Support the 14th Trick-Or-Beat on October 29

Special Halloween-themed trick-or-treating event returns to Appalachian Power Park Tuesday of Halloween week

By David Kahn | October 23, 2019 3:49 PM ET

The West Virginia Power, in conjunction with 98.7 The Beat, will host the 14th annual Trick-Or-Beat celebration, presented by Todd Judy Ford, at Appalachian Power Park on Tuesday, October 29. This event provides an all-purpose environment for Charleston area children to enjoy the thrills of trick-or-treating with their families in a safe manner.

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2020 Schedule and Home Game Times Unveiled

West Virginia opens the 2020 season at Appalachian Power Park on Thursday, April 9, against Hickory

The Power is set to open their 16th season on Thursday, April 9, 2020, at Appalachian Power Park.

By David Kahn | October 2, 2019 12:05 PM ET

The West Virginia Power, Low-A affiliate of the Seattle Mariners, is excited to release its 2020 schedule and home game times for the 16th season of baseball at Appalachian Power Park. The 2020 campaign begins Thursday, April 9, when the Power welcomes the Hickory Crawdads to Charleston for a four-game series. West Virginia will host 12 of the 13 opposing South Atlantic League teams at Appalachian Power Park in 2020, as the Augusta GreenJackets will not make the trip to The Capital City next season.

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15 Years in the Books: The 2019 Season Recap

West Virginia finishes 69-70, their first losing season since 2014, while Bobby Honeyman claims Annual All-Star honors at third base

By David Kahn | September 13, 2019 3:04 PM ET

The West Virginia Power wrapped up its 15th season under their current moniker with a 69-70 record, posting their first losing season since 2014. Despite the wins and losses, the 2019 season brought a whole new wave of talent to Charleston, including the top three prospects in the Seattle Mariners system, as well as an incredible All-Star Week, innovative promotions and of course, a ton of fun.

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Marvel makes MLB debut with Pirates Sunday

The 2017 Power starter becomes the 88th former Power player to debut in the bigs

James Marvel is the 88th former Power player to make his big league debut. (Robin Black)

By David Kahn | September 9, 2019 10:17 AM ET

After having his contract selected from Triple-A Indianapolis Sunday morning, RHP James Marvel made his MLB debut Sunday afternoon at PNC Park against the St. Louis Cardinals. Marvel is the 88th former Power player to debut in the big leagues, and the third from the 2017 squad.

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