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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 »»

Curve get homer happy

April 26, 2015 From Mirror reports ERIE — It’s early, but the Curve now have the best record in the Eastern League as the first month of the season winds down. more »»

Broxton slams Wolves

April 25, 2015 ERIE — Keon Broxton and the Curve offense have been waiting for the type of explosive game they were able to enjoy Friday night at Eri. more »»

Covering the bases

April 24, 2015 Covering the bases LEADING OFF: The Curve were off Thursday and travel to Erie today to begin a three-game series against the SeaWolves. They’ll play three games at Akron after that. more »»

Covering the bases

April 23, 2015 LEADING OFF: The Curve and Harrisburg Senators were rained out Wednesday evening at Peoples Natural Gas Field. Curve personnel covered the field with the tarp prior to the scheduled 6 p.m. more »»

Valle HR helps get split

April 22, 2015 By Cory Giger He left his home in Mexico when he was just 16 years old and went to the Dominican Republic to begin his professional baseball career. more »»

Garcia's strong arm always fun to watch

April 21, 2015 Go ahead. Try it. Run on Willy Garcia. See how that works out for yo. more »»

Pitching continues to shine

April 20, 2015 By Cory Giger cgiger@altoonamirro. more »»

Ngoepe blessed with special defensive gifts

April 20, 2015 Put Gift Ngoepe in the major leagues right now, and he would probably be in the top half of shortstops when it comes to defensive skills. more »»

Curve pitchers struggle in loss

April 19, 2015 Most baseball people say that walks and errors will kill you. more »»

Curve starters do the job once again

April 18, 2015 By Cory Giger Tyler Glasnow’s first home start featured all the things you want to see from such a promising pitching prospect. more »»

Curve take opener on walk-off walk

April 17, 2015 It was far from the most exciting Curve home opener ever, and it ended in a strange way, but a win is a win, and the team is in first place after a wee. more »»

Curve hurlers in a groove

April 17, 2015 Pitchers typically have an advantage over hitters early in a season, but what the Curve pitchers have done so far goes well beyond that. more »»

Altoona now officially on the clock

April 16, 2015 As the Curve get set to host their home opener tonight, starting earlier and the prospect of finishing earlier are two of the biggest changes fans can expect to see at Peoples Natural Gas Field. more »»

Curve’s Sanchez throws gem at Richmond

April 16, 2015 RICHMOND, Va. — The Curve have played six games, and their starting pitching has been absolutely dominant. In 32 innings pitched, Altoona’s starters have allowed one earned run, for a 0.28 ERA. more »»

Covering the bases

April 15, 2015 Covering the bases LEADING OFF: The Curve were rained out Tuesday night at Richmond, which means prized RHP prospect Tyler Glasnow will not start Thursday’s home opener at Peoples Natural Gas Field. more »»

Curve bullpen blows up over 2 innings

April 14, 2015 From Mirror reports RICHMOND, Va. — A rough night for the Curve bullpen included the end of one of the more amazing streaks in all of minor league baseball Monday. more »»

Pitching strong in early going

April 13, 2015 From Mirror reports HARRISBURG — The Curve pitching staff has excelled the first four games, leading the Eastern League in ERA and making up for deficiencies from the offense and defense. more »»

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