Prospect Reports: Dovydas Neverauskas Flashing a Plus Fastball
May19

Prospect Reports: Dovydas Neverauskas Flashing a Plus Fastball

On a beautiful 60 degree spring afternoon in Charleston, the West Virginia Power sent Lithuanian righty Dovydas Neverauskas to the mound. Neverauskas would not only face a very good hitting Delmarva Shorebird line-up but also one of Baltimore’s top pitching prospects, Hunter Harvey, as his mound opponent. In the end, Neverauskas out-dueled Harvey to earn his third win of the season. Below is a breakdown of Neverauskas’...

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Prospect Reports: Breaking Down Nick Kingham’s Stuff Against Akron
May11

Prospect Reports: Breaking Down Nick Kingham’s Stuff Against Akron

Follow @CTD_Sypien It was a tale of two Nick Kingham’s on a cool spring Saturday night in Akron, Ohio. Kingham dazzled with consistency during the first three frames, working ahead in the count, repeating his delivery, and working quickly. During his final two frames, Kingham saw diminished control and got out of his quick rhythm on the mound. On the night Kingham threw three pitches to a line up which featured top Indian...

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Justin Howard Homers Again in Altoona Curve Loss
Aug12

Justin Howard Homers Again in Altoona Curve Loss

For the second consecutive night Justin Howard hit  a solo home-run to give the Altoona Curve a lead. The Curve were unable to hold on as the Senators came roaring back to win the game 5-3. The Curve not only lost the series against the Senators but this also marks the third straight series loss for the club. Harrisburg got off to a quick start against Curve lefty Eliecer Navarro in the first inning. A combination of hard hit balls...

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Howard’s Homer, Cunningham’s Clutch Hitting Lead Curve Over The Senators
Aug11

Howard’s Homer, Cunningham’s Clutch Hitting Lead Curve Over The Senators

Justin Howard launched the game winning home run in the bottom of the 8th inning that sent the Altoona Curve home victorious over the Harrisburg Senators. Howard’s blast was one of many key hits that helped the Curve even the weekend series. In the first inning the potentially lethal combination of Alen Hanson and Gregory Polanco combined to give the Curve a 1-0 lead. Hanson walked and drew the attention of Senators pitcher Matt...

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