The Altoona Curve beat the Reading Phillies 11-2 on Saturday night, thanks to two separate five run innings, led by some big hitting from Chase d'Arnaud and Matt Hague.
Yung-Chi Chen led off with a double, and was moved over to third on a ground out by Anthony Norman. After Justin Wilson struck out, Chase d'Arnaud connected with an RBI double to the left field gap, tying the game at 1-1 at the time. Jim Negrych was hit by a pitch, and Jordy Mercer walked to load the bases. Matt Hague hit a loop single to shallow right field, bringing in two runs, and giving the Curve a 3-1 lead. Hector Gimenez knocked in Mercer with a single, and Miles Durham followed up with an RBI double to make it 5-1.
Altoona got their second big inning in the seventh inning. Chase d'Arnaud led off the innin...
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