LEADING OFF: The Curve are normally good when leading after seven innings, but that was not the case Tuesday. The Curve blew an eighth-inning lead against the B-Mets and it's just the second time this season in 35 chances they lost after having the lead through seven innings.
SAFE AT FIRST: With a 3-for-4 performance, CF Robbie Grossman extended his on-base streak to 17 games. Grossman also has a hit in 17 of his last 19 games.
STEALING SECOND: The first run the Curve scored was in an unconventional manner. With Grossman on third, B-Mets LHP Darin Gorski was intentionally walking 1B Jeremy Farrell, but threw a wild pitch for ball four, allowing Grossman to score.
ROUNDING THIRD: Even with a loss Tuesday, the Curve managed to win three of four games in Binghamton. The Curve are not scheduled to visit NYSEG Stadium again this season, and end with a 5-2 road record against the B-Mets.
HEADING HOME: After eight straight games on the road, the Curve return to Peoples Natural Gas Field tonight for the start of a six-game homestand. The six games will take the Curve into next week's All-Star break and there will be an extended Fourth of July fireworks show after tonight's contest.
- Stephen Pianovich