All posts tagged "Zach Foster"

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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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    Gimenez Homers Twice; Anderson Is Player Of The Week

    Two morning games today in the Pirates' organization. �Pat Irvine was brought up from extended spring training to take the place of catcher Josue Peley, who was traded away a few days ago. �Irvine was the Pirates' 33rd round pick in the 2009 draft. �He played at State College for the second...

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    Wins for Alderson and Baker, Three Hits For Rubinstein

    Saturday night in the lower minor leagues:

    Altoona Curve �7, �Reading Phillies �3 (box)

    Four runs in the 4th inning gave the Curve the edge and propelled starter Tim Alderson to his 4th win of the season. �Alderson pitched 6 innings and allowed just one run on 4 hits and 3 walks, while...

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    Gimenez And Brito Homer Two Days In A Row; Morris Wins #2 For Curve

    The Indianapolis Indians had a scheduled off day on Wednesday, but the rest of the minor league organization was going strong, beginning with an early game in West Virginia:

    Lexington Legends �5, �West Virginia Power �4 (box)

    The Power and the Legends played a late-morning game for the second time in two...

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    Gourley Debuts As Marauders Lose; McPherson Strikes Out 10

    One early game in the rest of the Pirates' minor league organization on Wednesday, and two later games:

    Dunedin Blue Jays �2, �Bradenton Marauders �1 (box)

    The Blue Jays broke a tie that had lasted 5 innings with a run in the bottom of the 9th to take the win over the Marauders...

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    Ford Homers From Both Sides, Hughes With 7th Win

    Altoona Curve �9, � Richmond Flying Squirrels �2 (box)

    Jared Hughes earned his 7th win, the most of any pitcher in the Eastern League, as the Curve beat the Flying Squirrels in Richmond on Saturday evening. �Hughes allowed two runs (one earned) on 4 hits and 2 walks, while striking out...

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    Curve Shut Out, West Virginia Powers Up

    Harrisburg Senators 7, �Altoona Curve 0 (box)

    It was a tough afternoon in Altoona on Wednesday, as the Curve were held to just 3 hits in this shutout. �1B Matt Hague, RF Miles Durham, and LF Alex Presley were the only Curve batters to get hits, and all three were singles....

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    Wins For Molleken, Adcock and Erickson; Saves for Moskos, Krol, and Foster

    The Indianapolis Indians lost, but the rest of the Pirates' affiliates won on Saturday.

    Altoona Curve �9, �Erie SeaWolves �7 (box)

    A 6-run 2nd inning boosted the Curve to an early lead, and a late-inning rally kept them on top for a win at home on Saturday. �The Curve sent 11 batters...

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    Owens: 6 No-Hit Innings, 11 Strikeouts

    Altoona Curve 9, �Richmond Flying Squirrels 1 (box)

    Rudy Owens shot down the Flying Squirrels on Tuesday night with 6 no-hit innings and 11 strikeouts. �He was one walk away from a perfect game -- after mowing down 17 straight Squirrels, Owens walked Richmond relief pitcher Craig Whitaker. �Owens was clearly not...

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    Shutout Innings: Baker 6, Hankins 5

    Some nice shutout pitching (at least for a few innings) on Saturday evening:

    Altoona Curve �9, � Harrisburg Senators �2 (box)

    Starter Derek Hankins pitched 5 shutout innings in his start in Harrisburg. �He scattered two doubles and two walks over those 5 innings, and struck out 2 batters. �Tony Watson relieved...