Appalachian Power Park, Charleston

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Appalachian Power Park is the current home field for the West Virginia Power, an independent baseball team in the Atlantic League of Professional Baseball. It also has been used by the baseball programs of West Virginia University, Marshall University, and the University of Charleston. The stadium, which opened in April 2005, is located in the East End of Charleston, West Virginia. It seats 4,500 fans and cost $25 million to build. The dimensions of the field are as follows: left field - 330 feet, center field - 400 feet, right field - 320 feet.

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  • We are baseball fans and were traveling through Charleston and I found the Power Park. Our first single A game and what a great place. We did not know about the "Toast-Man" prior to the game. What a.....  more »
  • We attend about a handful of Power games each year. My six year old son always has so much fun and the rest of us enjoy watching him! He gets autographs and pictures with the players. His favorite...  more »
  • My first visit was on a field trip with my seventh graders. AP schedules a couple of day games during the Spring to accommodate school group outings. $5 gets admission and a box lunch. The venue itself is somewhat dated but very serviceable. It's fairly small so every seat offers a great view. Seats are on the first and third base lines and behind home plate, so no outfield seating. All the seats have cup holders. Two big restrooms. Standard baseball concessions. There's a gift shop and plenty of souvenirs. I'm used to Auto Zone Park in Memphis, home of the Memphis Redbirds, the AAA affiliate for the STL Cardinals, one of the premier minor league ball park in the country. As a transplant to WV, I like Power Park. I would love to come more often.
  • It's a nice little park. Bathrooms and Stadium are clean. Great place for a game.

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