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The Curve must be saving it up for the playoffs, which begin on Wednesday.� They were held to just 3 hits today, and had one batter reach on a walk.� 3B Josh Harrison, 2B Jim Negrych, and LF Andrew Lambo had a single apiece, and starting pitcher Tony Watson worked the walk.� The game began as a pitching duel between Watson and R-Phils' Drew Naylor.
Watson kept the R-Phils scoreless for the first 5 innings.� He retired the first 7 batters he faced in order, then gave up a walk and a single in the 3rd inning.� He allowed two singles in the 4th, then got out of the jam with the help of a double play.� In the 5th, he worked around a walk.� It wasn't until the 6th inning that the R-Phils were able to get onto the scoreboard.� Former Indy In...
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