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Appalachian Power Park - {CATEGORY}

Appalachian Power Park is the current home field for the West Virginia Power, a minor league baseball team in the South Atlantic League which are a Class A affiliate of the Pittsburgh Pirates. It also serves as one of two home fields for the baseball programs of both Marshall University and the University of Charleston. The stadium, which opened in April 2005, is located in the East End of Charleston, West Virginia, just outside the city's downtown in the east end. It seats 6,200 fans and cost 23 million dollars to build. The dimensions of the field are as follows: left field - 330 feet, center field - 400 feet, right field - 320 feet. Additionally, the park hosts the West Virginia state high school baseball championships. It is also the home field for Marshall conference games, because the school does not have an adequate baseball facility on its campus located 50 miles away in Huntington, West Virginia. It plays its non-conference games on campus. The stadium has also hosted concerts, boxing matches, and shown television coverage of college football games on its scoreboard. In 2009 West Virginia University's baseball team played a somewhat well-attended game with the University of Kentucky Wildcats and a single WVU game in Charleston is planned for future seasons as well. The naming rights were purchased by Appalachian Power, the West Virginia and southwest Virginia operating unit of American Electric Power. In the ballpark's inaugural season, a Charleston baseball record 10,400 fans showed up on "Buck Night", which is a promotional night held on Thursdays where hot dogs, fountain drinks, and beer is $1. The ballpark features an authentic locomotive horn donated by Norfolk Southern Corporation, whose tracks run adjacent to the park, coincidentally continuing the atmosphere of predecessor Watt Powell Park. The horn was refurbished in 2005 by employees of Norfolk Southern's Juniata Locomotive Shop in Juniata, Pennsylvania at the request of Assistant Division Superintendent Joe Maynard of Williamson, West Virginia.

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Address: 601 Morris Street, Suite 201, Charleston, WV 25301, United States

Country: United States

Capacity: 6200

Surface: grass

Tenants: West Virginia Power (SAL) , Charleston Golden Eagles (NCAA) , Marshall Thundering Herd (NCAA)

Opened: 2005

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Appalachian Power Park - {CATEGORY}

Appalachian Power Park is the current home field for the West Virginia Power, a minor league baseball team in the South Atlantic League which are a Class A affiliate of the Pittsburgh Pirates. It also serves as one of two home fields for the baseball programs of both Marshall University and the University of Charleston. The stadium, which opened in April 2005, is located in the East End of Charleston, West Virginia, just outside the city's downtown in the east end. It seats 6,200 fans and cost 23 million dollars to build. The dimensions of the field are as follows: left field - 330 feet, center field - 400 feet, right field - 320 feet. Additionally, the park hosts the West Virginia state high school baseball championships. It is also the home field for Marshall conference games, because the school does not have an adequate baseball facility on its campus located 50 miles away in Huntington, West Virginia. It plays its non-conference games on campus. The stadium has also hosted concerts, boxing matches, and shown television coverage of college football games on its scoreboard. In 2009 West Virginia University's baseball team played a somewhat well-attended game with the University of Kentucky Wildcats and a single WVU game in Charleston is planned for future seasons as well. The naming rights were purchased by Appalachian Power, the West Virginia and southwest Virginia operating unit of American Electric Power. In the ballpark's inaugural season, a Charleston baseball record 10,400 fans showed up on "Buck Night", which is a promotional night held on Thursdays where hot dogs, fountain drinks, and beer is $1. The ballpark features an authentic locomotive horn donated by Norfolk Southern Corporation, whose tracks run adjacent to the park, coincidentally continuing the atmosphere of predecessor Watt Powell Park. The horn was refurbished in 2005 by employees of Norfolk Southern's Juniata Locomotive Shop in Juniata, Pennsylvania at the request of Assistant Division Superintendent Joe Maynard of Williamson, West Virginia.

Appalachian Power Park - {CATEGORY}

Appalachian Power Park is the current home field for the West Virginia Power, a minor league baseball team in the South Atlantic League which are a Class A affiliate of the Pittsburgh Pirates. It also serves as one of two home fields for the baseball programs of both Marshall University and the University of Charleston. The stadium, which opened in April 2005, is located in the East End of Charleston, West Virginia, just outside the city's downtown in the east end. It seats 6,200 fans and cost 23 million dollars to build. The dimensions of the field are as follows: left field - 330 feet, center field - 400 feet, right field - 320 feet. Additionally, the park hosts the West Virginia state high school baseball championships. It is also the home field for Marshall conference games, because the school does not have an adequate baseball facility on its campus located 50 miles away in Huntington, West Virginia. It plays its non-conference games on campus. The stadium has also hosted concerts, boxing matches, and shown television coverage of college football games on its scoreboard. In 2009 West Virginia University's baseball team played a somewhat well-attended game with the University of Kentucky Wildcats and a single WVU game in Charleston is planned for future seasons as well. The naming rights were purchased by Appalachian Power, the West Virginia and southwest Virginia operating unit of American Electric Power. In the ballpark's inaugural season, a Charleston baseball record 10,400 fans showed up on "Buck Night", which is a promotional night held on Thursdays where hot dogs, fountain drinks, and beer is $1. The ballpark features an authentic locomotive horn donated by Norfolk Southern Corporation, whose tracks run adjacent to the park, coincidentally continuing the atmosphere of predecessor Watt Powell Park. The horn was refurbished in 2005 by employees of Norfolk Southern's Juniata Locomotive Shop in Juniata, Pennsylvania at the request of Assistant Division Superintendent Joe Maynard of Williamson, West Virginia.

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