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Wins All Around For the Minor Affiliates, Including Taillon’s First

Wins All Around For the Minor Affiliates, Including Taillon’s First

Altoona Curve  7,  Richmond Flying Squirrels  2(box)CF Starling Marte and SS Jordy Mercer collected 3 hits each as the Curve also avoided a sweep of the three-game series with the Flying Squirrels.  Richmond scored first, off starter Jared Hughes, with a walk, a stolen base, a ground out, and an RBI single in the 2nd inning.  Hughes went on to give up only one single and hit a batter over the next 4 innings.  He had a little more trouble in the 7th, when a single and a double put two runners into scoring position, and an RBI ground out added another run for the Squirrels.  Hughes pitched a season-high 7 innings, and allowed those two runs on 4 hits and a walk, with 2 strikeouts, to earn his first win of the season.  Mercer had the only Curve hit...

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