"We have no set limit . . . We don't plan on stopping," she said. "We'll still sell standing room only if we run out of box seats."
Ferrell said he's seen some pretty busy nights at the ballpark, like the Fourth of July and a popular "Redneck Night" promotion, but tickets for this first playoff night are moving quickly.
Mark Farrell, 36, of Huntington, just recently began attending Power games and sees the opportunity as a treat.
"I went to about 10 games this year, so I'm pretty excited," he said.
Sarah McDaniel, 28, of Charleston added a "Good luck!" to the team.
Some fans even made the trek from out of town to ensure they get a ticket.
Jim Frame, 55, of Gassaway, made the trip Tuesday afternoon.
"I've been a Pirate fan since I was 5 years old," he said, as he rattled off players' names. He tries to squeeze in as many games as he can, and didn't want to risk missing this one.
"I was running out of people I could call in Charleston," he said. "So I just took the time to come down."
The first 1,500 fans through the gates will also receive a free playoff T-shirt.
This is the third time West Virginia has made the playoffs in franchise history and the first since becoming a Pirates affiliate prior to the 2009 season. The Power made it to the South Atlantic League Championship Series twice, losing to the Columbus (Ga.) Catfish in 2007 and the Augusta (Ga.) Greenjackets in 2008.
After a travel day, the clubs will play Friday at Hagerstown's Municipal Stadium. Game 3, if necessary, will be played on Saturday.
The game will be presented by Bert Wolfe Ford, Thomas Health System, Suddenlink, V100 and US Foods.
For more information, call the West Virginia Power Park at 30-344-BATS.