The others are Matt LaPorta, Mat Gamel, Carlos Corporan, Michael Brantley, Joe Thatcher, Angel Salome and Hernan Iribarren.
That's very impressive. And seven of the 14 were part of the 2005 Power.
So, who's the ex-Power Park'er closest to the bigs for the Bucs?
How about 2009 Power All-Star lefty Rudy Owens, who is 11-6 with a 2.56 ERA and 123 strikeouts (and only 23 walks) at Class AA Altoona, or Double A shortstop Chase D'Arnaud, who played the first half of last season in Charleston before moving up. He's struggled a bit at Altoona, hitting .243.
Another possibility is catcher Tony Sanchez, who might return to finish the season at high Class A Bradenton. Sanchez, the Pirates' 2009 first-round pick who played for the Power part of last season, has been out since June 22. He was hit in the left jaw by a pitch, had surgery, and then spent several weeks with his jaw wired shut.
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BARRING A great final homestand, the 2010 edition will be the first Power team to finish both halves of an SAL season with a losing record. The club took the West Virginia Power name in 2005, one year after a franchise ownership change.
The last Charleston team to play sub-.500 ball in both halves was the 2003 Alley Cats, affiliated with Toronto. That club went 28-36 in the first half and then 30-40 in the second half.
Since that season, Charleston's team has had nine winning halves (out of 14), with another at even .500.
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FINALLY, THE last games for the Bluefield Orioles will be played tonight in an Appalachian League doubleheader at Princeton. Bluefield has played in the Appy League from 1946-55 and 1957-2010.
Ending an affiliation that dates to 1958 - the 53-year arrangement is the longest in the farm system relationship in the game - Baltimore has decided to trim its rookie teams to Sarasota in the Gulf Coast League and Aberdeen (Md.) in the New York-Penn League, leaving Bluefield without a Player Development Contract.
A ballclub and town where Cal Ripken Jr., Eddie Murray, Boog Powell and other future Baltimore stars began their pro careers hopes to land another deal for 2011, but there are no guarantees.
Bowen Field, which dates to 1939, may be without a team in the future.
Contact Sports Editor Jack Bogaczyk at ja...@dailymail.com or 304-348-7949.