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Altoona Curve

Up and down year for Curve

By Cory Giger For the Mirror This was a highly successful very disappointing season for the Curve. And if that doesn’t make sense at first, it will. This year’s Curve team had a lot of highly rated prospects who will be counted on to help the Pirates turn things around over the next ...

Curve nearly no-hit in loss to Baysox

From Mirror reports BOWIE, Md. — This has been an incredibly disappointing finish to the season for the Altoona Curve, and they nearly got dealt the embarrassment of being no-hit Friday night. The Curve didn’t have a hit for the first seven innings, before Jack Suwinski broke up ...

MacGregor ends on positive note

BOWIE, Md. — Travis MacGregor didn’t have a whole lot of high points during his Double-A debut season, but the former second-round draft pick at least ended his season with an impressive outing. MacGregor gave up one run on just three hits over 6• innings and struck out eight as the ...

Cruz ties it late, but Curve fall

From Mirror reports BOWIE, Md. — Oneil Cruz tried to help the Curve to a magical victory Wednesday night, but the struggling team continues to have issues with finding ways to win games. Cruz belted a three-run homer in the ninth inning to tie the game. But the Curve failed to score in ...

DH sweep drops Curve to .500

BOWIE, Md. — The Curve’s hopes of finishing above .500 this season now come down to the final five games, playing on the road against one of the best teams in the Northeast League. Altoona dropped both gams of a doubleheader Tuesday night at Bowie to fall back to .500 at 56-56. The Baysox ...

Curve take final two home games

The Curve wrapped up the home portion of the schedule with a terrific weekend on the field and in the stands. Altoona blasted Erie, 11-0, on Saturday and won Sunday, 5-2, in the home finale at Peoples Natural Gas Field. Saturday’s game drew a season-high crowd of 7,209, one big number ...