2006 West Virginia Power Roster

South Atlantic League (SAL) - Class: A
Team Record: 74-62
Finished 2nd in the SAL's North Division
Manager: Mike Guerrero (74-62)
Affiliation: Milwaukee Brewers
Location: Charleston, West Virginia
Ballpark: Appalachian Power Park
Attendance: 239,721, Avg. 3,746 in 64 home dates
2006 West Virginia Power Statistics

The West Virginia Power of the South Atlantic League ended the 2006 season with a record of 74 wins and 62 losses, finishing second in the league's North Division.

The Power scored 691 runs and yielded 615 runs. Mat Gamel led West Virginia with 17 home runs and recorded 88 runs batted in. Lorenzo Cain paced all qualifying hitters on the roster by connecting at a .307 clip, while Will Inman topped the squad with 10 wins and a team-best 1.72 ERA, best among qualifying pitchers.

Darren Ford, Mat Gamel, Steve Garrison, Angel Salome, Michael Brantley, Lorenzo Cain and Joe Thatcher were all players from the 2006 West Virginia Power who played in the Majors during their careers.

Mike Guerrero served as manager.

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Player Bats Throws Birth Date Height Weight Hometown
Ryan BarbaRRDecember 6, 19846'0"190Van Nuys, CA US
Mike BellRRMarch 30, 19856'0"185Santa Rosa, CA US
Hector BernalLRJune 14, 19865'11"175El Paso, TX US
Michael BrantleyLLMay 15, 19876'2"200Bellevue, WA US
Lorenzo CainRRApril 13, 19866'2"205Valdosta, GA US
Stephen ChapmanLLOctober 12, 19856'0"205Washington, DC US
Julian CorderoLLSeptember 28, 19846'0"165Mata Palacio, DO
Nestor CorredorRRMay 25, 19846'1"240, Portuguesa VE
Ryan CrewRRAugust 31, 19836'0"175Houston, TX US
Shawn FergusonRRJanuary 12, 19836'2"205Houston, TX US
Tony FestaLRDecember 1, 19806'2"200San Francisco, CA US
Darren FordRROctober 1, 19855'9"190Vineland, NJ US
Mat GamelLRJuly 26, 19856'1"220Jacksonville, FL US
Steve GarrisonSLSeptember 12, 19866'1"195Trenton, NJ US
Kenny HolmbergRRFebruary 21, 19835'9"175Dunedin, FL US
Will InmanRRFebruary 6, 19875'11"220Danville, VA US
Matt KretzschmarRRAugust 2, 19866'3"215San Pedro, CA US
Wilfrido LaureanoRRMarch 4, 19846'6"165El Seibo, DO
Rafael LluberesLLSeptember 21, 19846'4"215Bajos de Haina, San Cristobal DO
Josh LouisRRMarch 9, 19856'2"220Waco, TX US
Ronny MalaveRRJanuary 1, 19866'1"181Turmero, Aragua VE
Ryan MarionRRSeptember 23, 19846'1"215Greensboro, NC US
Scott McKnightLRDecember 22, 19846'1"155Corona, CA US
Derek MillerLLNovember 8, 19816'0"195Winchester, MA US
Steve PalazzoloRRMarch 31, 19826'10"260North Reading, MA US
Brandon ParilloLLSeptember 22, 19855'10"185Huntington Beach, CA US
Kyle PawelczykLLNovember 18, 19816'5"200Morehead, KY US
Dane RenkertRROctober 17, 19816'1"210Bellingham, WA US
Kevin RobertsRRMay 15, 19846'0"185Houston, TX US
Pat RyanRRMay 31, 19836'0"200Harvey, IL US
Angel SalomeRRJune 8, 19865'7"200Santo Domingo, Distrito Nacional DO
Joe ThatcherLLOctober 4, 19816'2"230Indianapolis, IN US
David WelchRLJune 2, 19836'4"215Sydney, New South Wales AU
Bradley WillcuttRRFebruary 18, 19826'1"220Columbus, MS US
Robert WooleyRRDecember 7, 19846'1"190Kokomo, IN US
Nathan YohoLRDecember 21, 19825'11"190West Des Moines, IA US
Ned YostRRJuly 8, 19826'2"195Jackson, MS US

Average attendance is based upon the number of actual home dates where known (most leagues from 1992 and later). Where the number of home dates is not known, the average is calculated using half the team's total games.

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