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Gamache, Wood help Curve complete sweep of Bowie

May 14, 2015 It’s not always pretty, and the production doesn’t always come from the most expected resources. But the Curve keep finding ways to win. more »»

Curve can win the close ones

May 13, 2015 By Cory Giger cgiger@altoonamirror.com One of the many things this year’s Curve team excels at is winning close games — or, the exact opposite of last season. more »»

Curve win opening salvo of series

May 12, 2015 This week’s series between the two co-leaders in the Eastern League’s Western Division got off to a rough start for the Curve, but they found a way to regroup in a hurry. more »»

Double-A level working for Moroff

May 12, 2015 What second baseman Max Moroff is doing so far this season hasn’t happened often in Curve history. more »»

Moroff delivers key hit

May 11, 2015 From Mirror reports HARRISBURG — Max Moroff continues to pound Eastern League pitching, and he came up with a perfectly timed extra-base hit Sunday afternoon. more »»

Curve pitchers continue struggles

May 10, 2015 From Mirror reports HARRISBURG — The Curve’s pitching got off to an incredible start this season, but it also has begun to come back to reality a bit lately as the team has scuffled. more »»

Pirates’ Morton impresses

May 9, 2015 HARRISBURG — Charlie Morton proved why his nickname is “Ground Chuck” in his first game of the season, and the Curve bounced back in a big way from a disastrous showing the previous four days. more »»

Squirrels take 4-of-4 in Altoona

May 8, 2015 Baseball can be a crazy game at times. One day a team is 15-6 and holds the best record in the leagu. more »»

Injury highlight of defeat

May 7, 2015 By Cory Giger cgiger@altoonamirror. more »»

Curve lose to Squirrels again

May 6, 2015 The Curve played a clunker of a game but rallied and still nearly managed to pull it out against Richmond on a night when both teams played hot potato with the ball defensively. more »»

Curve hot streak halted

May 5, 2015 By Cory Giger cgiger@altoonamirror.com Blame it on Parney. Or, from Richmond’s perspective, praise Parney. more »»

Curve combo secures yet another victory

May 4, 2015 By Cory Giger cgiger@altoonamirror.com It’s easy to notice how good Josh Bell has been at the plate for the Curve lately, and he continued to pound the ball Sunday afternoon. more »»

’15 club looks very familiar

May 4, 2015 Nearly this exact day five years ago — on May 3, 2010 — I predicted the future. Probably should have bought Powerball tickets that day. more »»

Bell’s blast lifts Curve

May 3, 2015 Josh Bell’s first Double-A home run was something special. Why Erie decided to pitch to Bell in that situation was certainly questionable. more »»

Curve get quick victory

May 2, 2015 By Cory Giger cgiger@altoonamirror.com Tyler Glasnow was fantastic once again, and the Curve’s dynamite pitching staff made quick work — literally — of Erie on Friday night. more »»

Clock ticking officially

May 1, 2015 Starting tonight, with the Curve returning home, if the 20-second clock before each pitch goes all the way to zero, it could mean an automatic ball or strike call on the hitter. more »»

Curve rebound in extras

April 30, 2015 AKRON, Ohio — The Curve blew a big lead late for the second game in a row Wednesday, but this time they were able to recover and beat Akron. more »»

Curve blow lead twice in defeat

April 29, 2015 From Mirror reports AKRON, Ohio — This is the Curve’s 17th season, and the team has played more than 2,300 games, but the club may have never been part of a crazier inning than what transpired... more »»

Scoring first helping Curve

April 28, 2015 From Mirror reports AKRON, Ohio — More than a decade ago, former Curve manager Dale Sveum used to like to spout off seemingly arbitrary statistics that sounded good but may or may not have been... more »»

Curve continue hot streak with Erie sweep

April 27, 2015 From Mirror reports ERIE — There have been many occurrences over the years of a struggling Curve offense going to Erie and suddenly finding its groove at tiny, hitter-friendly Jerry Uht Park. more »»

 
 
 

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