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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...

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