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Lincoln wins Triple-A debut

June 25, 2009 Former Curve standout Brad Lincoln took a one-hit shutout into the seventh inning Wednesday night in his Triple-A debut for Indianapol. more »»

 
 
 
Covering the bases

June 25, 2009 Covering the bases LEADING OFF: CF Gorkys Hernandez struck out looking to end the top of the third Wednesday. more »»

Slow start

June 24, 2009 ERIE — Pedro Alvarez had a forgettable Curve debut, but he didn’t forget his sense of humor afterwar. more »»

Curve manager gets tossed in loss

June 24, 2009 ERIE — Matt Walbeck knew Cale Iorg would be called safe at second before a play was even made. He just didn’t agree with it. more »»

A vote for Pedro: Alvarez brings undeniable star potential to Altoona

June 23, 2009 There is no such thing as a can’t-miss prospect in baseball, something we have been reminded of far too often during the Curve’s 11 seasons. more »»

Goodbye, hello

June 22, 2009 They may have lost their best pitcher on Saturday, but the Curve will be welcoming more star power today. more »»

Grimsley encountered many greats

June 22, 2009 The late Pittsburgh Pirates superstar Roberto Clemente collected his 3,000th official major league hit on September 30, 1972 — the Pirates’ next-to-last regular-season game that season — when he... more »»

Lincoln promoted to Triple-A Indianapolis

June 21, 2009 The answer someday, in seven or eight years, just might be Brad Lincol. more »»

Failing grades: Forgettable first half leads to F’s

June 21, 2009 The Curve, statistically, are the worst team in all of minor league baseball. Altoona’s 23-44 record entering Saturday’s game translated to a winning percentage of . more »»

Injuries have derailed Curve’s potential

June 21, 2009 As Bill Parcells would say, you are what your record says you are. In the case of the Curve, that meant 23-44 entering Saturday. But that statistic tells just one side of the story. more »»

Curve's Lincoln promoted to Triple-A

June 20, 2009 The answer someday, in seven or eight years, just might be Brad Lincol. more »»

Herrera injured in loss

June 20, 2009 Something wasn’t right after Bobby Felmy’s fourth-inning tripl. more »»

Covering the bases

June 20, 2009 LEADING OFF: 1B Jason Delaney’s reign as the Curve’s RBI leader was short-lived. more »»

Curve bounce back for split

June 19, 2009 The Curve split their third doubleheader of the season and saw their relievers’ stretch of 10 consecutive scoreless innings come to an end. more »»

Tears, baseball help Dambach cope with tragedy

June 19, 2009 UNIVERSITY PARK — The tears serve as solace, but they will never fully wash away Jason Dambach’s pain. more »»

Covering the bases

June 19, 2009 Covering the bases LEADING OFF: With his sixth-inning single in the first game and his solo home run in the second game, OF Jonel Pacheco extended his hitting streak to eight games. more »»

Team finding rhythm

June 18, 2009 The showers were back at Blair County Ballpark on Wednesday, postponing the Curve’s game against New Britain. more »»

He's got a chance

June 17, 2009 This is a note to every Pirates fan who can’t stand the name Daniel Moskos simply because the club drafted him instead of Matt Wieters: Believe it or not, Moskos actually is a good pitcher who has a... more »»

Curve on a small streak

June 17, 2009 Stop what you’re doing, folks. Whip out a scorecard if you wish. And put away your umbrellas – for no. more »»

Covering the bases

June 17, 2009 LEADING OFF: The Curve have won three straight games, matching their season-high. They swept Harrisburg May 11-13 during their previous three-game winning streak. more »»

Covering the bases

June 16, 2009 Covering the bases LEADING OFF: OF Jose Tabata is expected to continue to sit for the next few days as a precaution. more »»

 
 

 

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