All posts tagged "Greg Picart"

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    Spikes Open The Season With A Loss; Hughes Wins #9, Krol Saves #17

    Williamsport Crosscutters �5, �State College Spikes �3 (box)

    The Spikes opened their season on the road tonight, unfortunately on the losing end. �Starter Zack Von Rosenberg, who had pitched just one inning in the 2009 season, was charged with the loss. �He pitched 4 innings, and allowed 4 runs on 7...

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    Homers For Anderson (2), Harrison, Latimore, Chambers, and Both Hernandezes

    Lots of home runs in the minor leagues tonight, including Jim Negrych's 2-run homer that won the game for the Indianapolis Indians.

    Bradenton Marauders �9, �Jupiter Hammerheads �7 (box)

    A 5-run inning boosted the Marauders in the early part of the game, and then the Marauders had to use three home runs...

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    Leach Pitches 7 Shutout Innings; Power Lose #6 Straight

    Bradenton Marauders �13, �St. Lucie Mets �1 (box)

    Brian Leach won his third game of the season with 7 shutout innings against St. Lucie. �Leach scattered 4 hits, no walks, and had one batter reach base on an error. �He never had more than one runner on base in any one...

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    Latimore and Anderson Keep Hitting; Holden Stumbles

    The Altoona Curve have a scheduled day off today. �The State College Spikes are having a mini-camp this week, with the players in town and preparing to begin their season on Friday (June 18th). �Their tentative lineup is posted on the Rosters page.

    St. Lucie Mets �6, �Bradenton Marauders �5 (

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    Altoona Is No-Hit Victim in Night Cap

    Game 1: �Altoona Curve �3, �Harrisburg Senators �2 (box)

    The Curve got the evening off to a good start in the first of two 7-inning games, as they made up for the rain-out on Wednesday. �C Kris Watts led the offense with 2 hits and SS Chase d'Arnaud drove in 2 of the...

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    Leach Pitches Well In Marauders’ Loss

    The Altoona Curve and the Harrisburg Senators were rained out tonight. �They will play a double header on Thursday, beginning at 5:30 pm.

    The West Virginia Power have a scheduled day off today.

    That leaves just the Marauders:

    Fort Myers Miracle �3, �Bradenton Marauders �2 (box)

    A late-inning rally by the Miracle broke the...

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    Cunningham, Noris, and Baker Homer in Power Loss

    Some early games today in the lower minors:

    Asheville Tourists �11, �West Virginia Power �5 (box)

    All of the Power's scoring was done with home runs today, and even that wasn't enough to catch up to Asheville. �They did not score at all in the first 6 innings, despite getting a reasonable...

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    Late-Inning Rallies Sting Curve; Power Explode in Late Innings

    New Hampshire Fisher Cats �5, �Altoona Curve �3 (box)

    The Curve took the early lead with a 3-run 2nd inning, but two late-inning 2-run rallies gave the Fisher Cats the win on Saturday. �Curve batters took advantage of walks in the 2nd inning. �They loaded the bases with no outs on a...

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    Hernandez Homers, Owens Wins #6

    Friday night business.... the State College Spikes (Short-season A level) begin their season two weeks from today. �The Gulf Coast League Pirates, who will share McKechnie Field with the Marauders, begin their season on June 21st.

    While the team rosters have not been formally announced yet, there have been some player moves: �C/INF...

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    Altoona One-Hit; Bradenton Wins With 5-Run 10th

    Akron Aeros �2, �Altoona Curve �0 (box)

    CF Gorkys Hernandez had the Curve's only hit on Tuesday night as three Akron pitchers combined for the one-hit shut out. �Aeros' Scott Barnes earned the win with 5.1 hitless and scoreless innings, then Steven Wright followed with 1.2 more hitless and scoreless innings....