The Altoona Curve completed a three-game sweep of the Trenton Thunder on Sunday with a 2-1 victory, their fifth in a row.  Top Pirates prospect Jameson Taillon started for the Curve, spreading out six singles over five innings while only surrendering one earned run in the no decision.  Reliever Quinton Miller picked up the win with a scoreless 6th, while Jhonathan Ramos got the hold and Luis Sanz the save in a strong team pitching effort.

Offensively, Altoona managed only six hits, but benefited from four errors by the Thunder in the victory.  Adalberto Santos and Gregory Polanco each had two hits, and Justin Howard had the only Curve RBI on a 2nd inning single, plating Jarek Cunningham who had doubled previously.

Jameson Taillon struck out six in five innings.

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