Trio of homers not enough in 10-7 loss

Kelenic, McConnell, and Rodriguez all go deep in Tuesday's opener

Nick Rodriguez rocked his first homer of the year in the ninth inning Tuesday night. (Joe Williams)

By Kyle Youmans | May 21, 2019 11:28 PM ET

Jarred Kelenic, Charlie McConnell and Nick Rodriguez each homered as the Power mounted a furious five-run comeback in the last two innings, but ultimately came up short in a 10-7 loss to the Greensboro Grasshoppers Tuesday night at Appalachian Power Park.

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Power silenced in 4-0 loss to Greenville

Bobby Honeyman extends his hitting streak to eight games with a second-inning single

Bobby Honeyman pushed his hitting streak to eight games with a base hit in the second. (Joe Williams)

By Kyle Youmans | May 20, 2019 9:43 PM ET

West Virginia's offense was able to muster just six hits against the combination of Thaddeus Ward and Hunter Haworth, as the Drive blanked the Power, 4-0, in the series finale Monday evening at Fluor Field at the West End.

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Five-run second dooms Power in 8-4 loss

Onil Pena crushed his fifth homer of the year Sunday afternoon

Onil Pena blasted his fifth homer of the year Sunday afternoon in Greenville. (Joe Williams)

By Kyle Youmans | May 19, 2019 6:32 PM ET

Onil Pena homered for the fifth time this year, but West Virginia was outslugged by Greenville, 8-4, Sunday afternoon at Fluor Field at the West End.

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Hartlieb makes MLB debut with Pirates in San Diego

2017 Power reliever becomes the 83rd former Power player to debut in the bigs

Geoff Hartlieb is the 83rd former Power player to debut in the big leagues. (Belleville News-Democrat)

By Kyle Youmans | May 19, 2019 12:18 PM ET

After having his contract selected from Triple-A Indianapolis Friday by the Pittsburgh Pirates, pitcher Geoff Hartlieb became the 83rd former Power player to make his MLB debut Saturday night in San Diego.

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Florido shines, Anchia homers in 4-1 win

Deivy Florido dominated over five scoreless innings and Jake Anchia went yard again Saturday night

Jake Anchia launched his seventh homer of the season 407 feet Saturday night in Greenville. (Joe Williams)

By Kyle Youmans | May 18, 2019 10:25 PM ET

Deivy Florido hurled five scoreless innings and Jake Anchia crushed his seventh homer of the season as West Virginia downed Greenville, 4-1, Saturday night at Fluor Field at the West End.

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Nevarez slugs Power to 10-4 win over Greenville

Dean Nevarez tallied a career-high 4 RBI as West Virginia snapped its six-game losing streak

Dean Nevarez launched his fourth dinger of the season and tallied a career-high four RBI Friday night. (Joe Williams)

By Kyle Youmans | May 17, 2019 10:45 PM ET

Steven Moyers tied his career-high in strikeouts and Dean Nevarez collected a career-high four RBI as West Virginia dominated the Greenville Drive, 10-4, Friday night at Fluor Field at the West End.

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Homestand #4 Preview: May 21-28

Austin Meadows bobblehead giveaway on May 25 highlights homestand

The Power welcomes the Greensboro Grasshoppers and Lexington Legends to town for an eight-game homestand from May 21-28.

By Kyle Youmans | May 20, 2019 1:38 PM ET

The West Virginia Power looks to improve upon its 14-6 home record as they welcome the Greensboro Grasshoppers and Lexington Legends to town for their longest homestand of the 2019 season from May 21-28. The Power's upcoming home stretch is loaded with all of your favorite weekly promotions, a special Memorial Day matinee game and an exclusive Austin Meadows camo jersey bobblehead giveaway on Redneck Night May 25.

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Power blanked 5-0 by RiverDogs in series finale

West Virginia swept in their second straight series

Ben Onyshko hurled two perfect frames in Thursday's 5-0 loss to Charleston. (Sam Santilli)

By Kyle Youmans | May 16, 2019 9:53 PM ET

Benjamin Onyshko tossed two perfect innings and struck out three batters, but the Power's offense was held to just six hits and endured a 5-0 loss and series sweep at the hands of the Charleston RiverDogs Thursday night at Joseph P. Riley Jr. Park.

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Late-inning rally falls short in extras

The Power's road losing streak extends to seven games

Devin Sweet tossed two scoreless innings in West Virginia's 7-6 loss in 11 innings Wednesday night. (Sam Santilli)

By David Kahn | May 15, 2019 11:07 PM ET

The Power rallied from five runs down to send the game to extra frames, but the Charleston RiverDogs walked it off for the second straight night, 7-6, in 11 innings Wednesday evening at Joseph P. Riley Jr. Park.

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Pena and Anchia go yard in walk-off loss

Onil Pena and Jake Anchia each launched no-doubt home runs in the 6-5 loss

Onil Pena smacked his second home run in as many days in Tuesday's 6-5 loss. (Joe Williams)

By Kyle Youmans | May 14, 2019 10:29 PM ET

Onil Pena and Jake Anchia stayed hot with a pair of no-doubt home runs, but West Virginia fell in walk-off fashion, 6-5, to the Charleston RiverDogs in the series opener Tuesday night at Joseph P. Riley Jr. Park.

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