The dolls were made exclusively for the event and will not be remade or sold to the public, Call said.
Past bobblehead giveaways have included the likenesses of local sports icons like Pat White, Chad Pennington and Ryan Braun. To avoid copyright infringement of WVU's exclusively owned colors and logo, Call said dolls of WVU alumni are always shown in plain uniforms.
The giveaway is a part of the Power's "WVU Night," which will feature appearances by former standouts Da'Sean Butler, Kevin Jones and Truck Bryant.
Fans can meet the popular former players, get autographs and pose for photos. Those older than 18 who attend the game also will be eligible for a drawing to win a flat screen TV as part of the park's recurring "Flat Screen Saturdays" promotion.
Since Appalachian Power Park opened its gates in 2005, the venue has become known for its unique efforts to fill the stands. In 2012 the Power received a "Golden Bobblehead Award" at the 35th annual Minor League Baseball Promotional Seminar in Reno, Nev. for "Best Theme Night."
The team was recognized for the "Redneck Night" promotion that included a "Redneck Wedding" on top of the first base dugout, a giveaway of camouflage Power hats, appearances by "The World's Strongest Redneck," Steve McGranahan, an appearance by Paw Paw Soggy Bottom and post-game entertainment from Team Ghostrider's Cowboy Monkey Rodeo, a team of dog-riding monkeys.
Call said "Redneck Night" would return May 25 and include an appearance by "Mountain Man" from the television show "Duck Dynasty," as well a duck call giveaway.