All posts tagged "Hector Gimenez"

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    Friday Begins Rehab; D’Arnaud Added To All-Star Squad

    Losses for all of the Pirates' minor league affiliates today.

    GCL Tigers �7, �GCL Pirates �1 (box)

    Colton Cain allowed 2 runs on 3 hits and struck out 5 batters in his 4-inning start this afternoon, but that was enough to earn the loss, as the Pirates were held to just one...

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    Spikes’ Walk-Off Win; Welker Makes A+ Debut

    Bradenton catcher Eric Fryer, who was hit in the face by a pitch on Thursday night, has broken facial bones around his eye. �That will require surgery to fix -- get the bones properly aligned and stabilized. �He's going to be out of action for at least several weeks and possibly for...

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    Five Curve All-Stars

    The Eastern League All-Star teams have been announced, and five Curve players will represent Altoona on the Western Division squad. � The EL All-Star game will be played in Harrisburg, PA on Wednesday July 14th.

    C Hector Gimenez, the veteran presence on the Curve, is leading the league (now that Alex Presley has...

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    Morgan Homers Twice; Welker Saves #4

    The Indianapolis Indians had a scheduled day off today.

    Reports are that 1B/OF Steve Pearce, who is working his way back from a sprained ankle, played in an extended Spring Training game today in Bradenton. �He went 1-for-5 at the plate.

    West Virginia Power �5, �Hickory Crawdads �3 (box)

    The Power snapped their losing...

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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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    Hughes Struggles In Curve Loss

    New Britain Rock Cats �8, � �Altoona Curve �7 (box)

    A 9th inning rally by the Curve came up short, as the Curve fell to the Rock Cats on Saturday. �The final inning was a wild one, and by the time it was done, the two teams had combined for 30 hits...

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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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    Losses At All Levels

    The Indy Indians lost today, as did all of the other affiliates who were playing -- the Power also won, splitting a double header.

    Tomorrow MLB will hold the 2010 Draft... stay tuned!

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

    Like yesterday, the Curve had an early 3-run inning to take...

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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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    Presley and Harrison Spark Curve and Farrell’s Homer Boosts Marauders

    Altoona Curve �5, �New Britain Rock Cats �4 (box)

    A 2-2 tie brought on a busy 10th inning for the Curve and the Rock Cats, but it was the Curve who came out on top. �Tony Watson had pitched two scoreless innings in the 8th and the 9th, and he was still...

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