The Altoona Curve fell to the Akron Aeros tonight 5-0 at People’s Natural Gas field.  For the second night in a row, the team struggled at the plate, registering only four hits, all singles.  Right-hander David Bromberg got the start, giving up three earned runs over six innings, and the Curve ran themselves out of potential run scoring situations by getting pick off three times.  The few highlights were defensive, including some good throws from catcher Carlos Paulino and an outfield assist from right fielder Alex Dickerson.

David Bromberg allowed three runs in six innings.

Bromberg flashes good curveball in the loss

David Bromberg got his second start for Altoona tonight and took the loss, pitching six innings and giving up three earned runs on eight hits with no walks and four ...

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