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Spikes Throw One-Hitter; Wilson K’s 11

Spikes Throw One-Hitter; Wilson K’s 11


Altoona Curve� 2,� New Hampshire FisherCats� 0 (box)
Justin Wilson earned his 10th win of the season for the Curve with 8 shutout innings, allowing just 2 hits, while striking out a career-best 11 batters.� Wilson was completely in control the entire time.� He gave up a single in the 1st inning, but struck out the other three batters that he faced.� Over the next four innings, the only batter to reach base got there because he was hit with a pitch.� Wilson gave up another single in the 6th, and quickly erased that runner with a double play, then retired the next 6 batters in order.� Daniel Moskos earned his 18th save for the Curve with a perfect 9th inning, including a strikeout.
The Curve bats were not making much more noise.� They were held to just 3 hits, plus one walk, though 4 Curv...

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