Prospect Watch: Cole Starts Rough, Then Throws Six No-Hit Innings

Top Pitcher: Joely Rodriguez, Top Batter: Gift Ngoepe, Home Runs: None

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Prospect Watch: Glasnow Continues to Strike Everyone Out; Karstens Rehabs

Top Pitcher: Tyler Glasnow, Top Hitter: Josh Harrison, HR: Brett Carroll, Josh Harrison, Jerry Sands, Andrew Lambo, Gift Ngoepe, Stetson Allie

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Pimentel struggles but bats rescue Curve in 9-8 victory

Two major stories coming out of Altoona this season have been how good pitcher Stolmy Pimentel has been and how poorly the offense has swung the bat.  Tonight, those stories were switched, with the line-up leading the way on a night when Pimentel struggled for the first time in 2013.  The Curve beat the Richmond Squirrels 9-8, gathering 15 hits and taking advantage of three Richmond errors to score four unearned runs.  Andrew Lambo,...

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Prospect Trends: Some Turnarounds and Some Struggling Altoona Hitters

A month into the minor league season, things are starting to take shape with the Pirates’ full-season affiliates.  With a deep roster and very talented pitching staff, Indianapolis is dominating the International League with a 20-7 record.  By contrast, Altoona is increasingly struggling despite a good rotation led by Jameson Taillon, Casey Sadler and a red-hot Stolmy Pimentel.  The Curve is being undone by an extremely weak...

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Prospect Notebook: Vasquez, Curry, and Lambo leading the Altoona offense

The Curve lost their best hitter when Adalberto Santos went down with a hip injury April 15, and the offense has struggled for noticeable spells in the early season.  Santos returned Tuesday night, so there is some optimism he’ll be able to pick up where he left off prior to his injury. Andy Vasquez has been the team’s best hitter over the past ten games putting up a .417/.432/.556 line, followed by Matt Curry’s .316/.381/.500. ...

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