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Rough Nights For Miller, Pounders

Rough Nights For Miller, Pounders

Trenton Thunder  4,  Altoona Curve  3[ box ]A 2-run rally in the bottom of the 9th gave the Thunder a walk-off win.  Trenton took the early lead with some help from the rehabbing Derek Jeter, who singled to lead off the bottom of the 1st.  Jeter moved to third on a double, and scored on a sacrifice fly for a 1-0 lead.  Altoona starter Mike Colla gave up two singles and an RBI ground out in the 2nd inning, giving the Thunder a 2-0 lead.  Colla settled in after that inning, allowing only two walks over the next 4 innings.  The Curve had some scoring chances in the first 6 innings, but could not capitalize on any of them.  RF Andrew Lambo singled and 1B Matt Curry doubled in the 1st inning, but a double play erased Lambo, and Curry was left on base.  LF Quincy Latimore doubled and DH Brad Chalk walked in the 5th, and they were also left on base.  SS Brock Holt and 2B Josh Rodriguez hit back-to-back singles in the 6th, but they co...

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