Appalachian Power Park

Charleston, West Virginia

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Appalachian Power Park - Charleston, West Virginia
Team: West Virginia Power
Affiliate: Pittsburgh Pirates
Seating Capacity: 4,500
Dimensions: LF 330
CF 405
  RF 320
Year Opened: 2005
Former Notable Players: Ryan Braun
Notes: Located in the East End of West Virginia's capital, the state capitol building is visible down the right field foul line. The $23 million park succeeded the aging Watt Powell Park as the home of professional baseball in Charleston. The naming rights were sold to Appalachian Power, the regional unit of American Electric Power, an electric utility. The opening of the park was delayed one year and the park was still not completed for opening day in 2005, as the awnings covering parts of the concourse had not been installed.
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