Pittsburgh Pirates fans might have heard this story before. Extra innings. Play at the plate. Obvious call that was missed by the umpire. Other team ends up winning. That's what happened tonight in Altoona. The Curve attempted to score the winning run in the bottom of the 12th inning on a sacrifice fly by Matt Curry. Jeremy Farrell arrived just after the tag, but knocked the ball out of the catcher's glove. However, the umpire never saw the ball come out, and called Farrell out, sending the game to the 13th, and eventually to the 14th, where Altoona would lose.
Pribanic gave up one run in six innings.
Aaron Pribanic had a strong start, going six innings and allowing one run on five hits, with no walks and one strikeout. Pribanic threw 78 pitches, with 48 going for strikes. ...
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