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2011 West Virginia Power Roster Announced

2011 West Virginia Power Roster Announced

Curry will be the starting first baseman in West Virginia.

The West Virginia Power have announced their Opening Day roster for the 2011 season, via a team press release.  The players who will be at the level are as follows:

Catchers: Elias Diaz, Kawika Emsley-Pai, Jairo Marquez

Infielders: Eric Avila, Matt Curry, Justin Howard, Drew Maggi, Kevin Mort, Gift Ngoepe, Andy Vasquez

Outfielders: Dan Grovatt, Rogelios Noris, Mel Rojas Jr

Pitchers: Ryan Beckman, Colton Cain, Brandon Cumpton, Kevin Decker, Zack Dodson, Zach Foster, Zac Fuesser, Brooks Pounders, Trent Stevenson, Jason Townsend, Zack Von Rosenberg, Tyler Waldron

The normal starting roster will be:

C - Elias Diaz

1B - Matt Curry

2B - Gift Ngoepe

SS - Drew Maggi

3B - Eric Avila

LF - Rogelios Noris

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