The Altoona Curve defeated the Richmond Squirrels in walk-off fashion earlier today 2-1.  After second baseman Neil Walker tied the score with an RBI single in the eighth inning, Andrew Lambo walked and eventually came around to score from second when pinch-hitter Charlie Cutler hit a line drive to deep center that centerfielder Jarrett Parker couldn’t hold on to.  Jameson Taillon got the start and impressed, pitching six scoreless innings, and allowing no runs with eight strikeouts in the no decision outing.  All told, the Curve pitchers only allowed two hits in the game.

Jameson Taillon struck out eight batters today.

Taillon shows full repertoire in six solid innings of work

Jameson Taillon improved his ERA to 2.82 today by throwing six innings of shutout baseball.  He surrende...

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