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  • Losing Streak Reaches Four with 2-0 Shutout Loss to Squirrels
    CURVE, Pa. - The Curve bats were silenced for the second time this homestand on Monday night, this time by the Richmond Flying Squirrels, 2-0, at Peoples Natural Gas Field. The Curve had five hits on Monday night and had just one runner reach third base.
  • Curve Rally Falls Short in Loss to 'Sens
    CURVE, Pa. - Andy Vasquez blasted his first home run of the season but the Curve fell, 4-2, to the Harrisburg Senators in the series finale at Peoples Natural Gas Field on Sunday afternoon.   With the Sunday afternoon loss, the Curve are now 1-3 on the homestand when receiving a quality start from their starter.  

  • Pimentel Deals Again but Curve Fall in Extras, 3-1

    CURVE, Pa. - Stolmy Pimentel was again brilliant for the Altoona Curve, tossing 6.1 scoreless innings, but the offense fell silent until it was too late in a, 3-1, loss to the Harrisburg Senators in 10 innings on Saturday night.  Altoona was held scoreless for 21 consecutive innings before Stefan Welch's two-out, RBI single in the last of the 10th inning.

  • Can't Win 'Em All: Taillon Pitches Well but Curve Fall
    CURVE, Pa. - Starter Jameson Taillon (1-1) established a new career high in strikeouts with 10 on Friday night but it wasn't enough to lead the Curve to a win in a, 4-0, loss to the Harrisburg Senators. Taillon's day was a quality one with the right hander giving up two runs across his six innings to go along with his 10 strikeouts.
  • Home Runs, Solid Pitching Lifts Curve Over Senators

    CURVE, Pa.- The Altoona Curve used a pair of home runs to down the Harrisburg Senators, 5-4, on BOpening Night in front of 3,647 fans at Peoples Natural Gas Field.  The win pushed the Curve back over the .500 mark on the young season.  During the Curve's home opener, silent auction sale items on BOpening Night raised $3,734 for the American Heart Association.

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