Altoona Curve �3, �Richmond Flying Squirrels �2 (box)
A wild pitch in the top of the 12th inning let 3B Josh Harrison scramble home with the Curve's winning run. After four scoreless innings since the Squirrels had tied the game in the 7th, the 12th began with two outs. �Harrison walked then moved to third on 1B Matt Hague's fourth hit of the game, a line drive single into center field. �That one run was all the Curve could get in the inning, though it was all they needed. �Danny Moskos took the mound for the bottom of the inning, and he finished things off with two ground outs and a strikeout, earning his 15th save. �That moves Moskos into a tie for the most saves in the Eastern League.
Richmond had struck first, way back in the bottom of the 1st inning, scoring one run on two singles, ...

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