A five-run fifth inning wasn’t enough to contend with the Squirrels on Tuesday night in a, 7-5, loss in Richmond.
Nick Kingham takes a no decision in the loss after spinning seven innings of two-run ball while permitting just five hits and striking out four.
Altoona had a lead heading into the bottom of the 8th, but gave up the lead and fell, 6-5 on Sunday.
Joely Rodriguez allowed only 2 hits in a game 1 win, while the Seawolves hit a walkoff homer in game 2.
Mel Rojas Jr. went 3-5 with 2 RBI and a HR, while Matt Curry went 3-5, 4 RBI and a HR in Altoona's 11-6 win over Erie.
WIlly Garcia hits 2 HRs as Altoona sinks Akron 7-3.
The pitcher is now 1-5 this season in Altoona.
Adrian Sampson’s career-high eight strikeouts and one run allowed over seven superb innings wasn’t enough as the offense fell silent in a, 1-0, loss to the Akron RubberDucks on Tuesday night.
Akron took a lead in the 7th inning, but Altoona battled back in the 8th to retake the lead and win the game.
Tyler Sample gives up five runs in three innings of relief.
Curve Pitcher A.J. Morris moves to 4-0 this season with win versus Richmond.
Altoona drives in a run in the 7th inning, but falls to Richmond, 2-1.
With the two teams tied 2-2 entering the bottom of the ninth, Cory Vaughn blasted a solo home run off Quinton Miller to give the B-Mets the walk off win.
Altoona got out to an early lead, But the B-Mets took the lead in the fifth inning to hold on for the 5-3 win.
Gift Ngoepe goes 2-4 with 4 RBI (and a 3-run HR) in the Curve's 10-3 win in Binghamton.
Alen Hanson leads Altoona with 3 RBI
Altoona shut out for second time this season.
Mel Rojas Jr. power the Curve to a win on Wednesday, giving Altoona their second series win of the year.
Wandy Rodriguez, in a rehab start, gave up 7 earned runs in the 4th inning. The Curve fell 11-7 in the game.
After getting swept by Akron over the weekend, the Curve beat Bowie, 6-1, on Monday night.
Altoona players take part in Make-A-Wish event.
Akron wins series finale 5-4
Altoona Drops Game Against RubberDucks 9-7.
The Altoona Curve tried to stage a late rally against the Akron RubberDucks and put the winning run in scoring position, but ultimately fell 5-4.
The Altoona Curve split a doubleheader with the Erie SeaWolves on Thursday afternoon in Jerry Uht Park, winning game one 9-4 and falling in the series finale 5-2.
Rodriguez says his knee felt better after his game with the Curve.
Nick Kingham gave up 7 runs (6 earned) in the 11-5 loss.
The Pirates' lefty will make a rehab start with the Altoona Curve on Thursday, 5/1, in their series finale in Erie.
Altoona drops below .500 mark.
Akron snaps Curves five-game winning streak.
With the win, the Curve are now above .500 for the first time since April 11, 2013.
Stetson Allie homers and Tyler Sample throws 8 Ks in the 6-1 win.
Stetson Allie hit a homerun and grand slam in his first two at bats of the Curve 10-9.
Miles Durham, who played with the Curve from 2009-2012, is back in Altoona as a coach.
Pitcher Adrian Sampson earns his 3rd win of the year, while the Altoona offense brings in 7 runs against Harrisburg.
Spot starter Brandon Mann lasted 5 innings, striking out 6, in Altoona's 10-1 over Harrisburg.
Pittsburgh defensive end signs autographs, throws out first pitch.
Mel Rojas, Jr. accounts for all 3 Altoona runs.
Gift Ngoepe's squeeze bunt in the 8th inning, which scored Alen Hanson from third base, was the game-winning play as Altoona beats Richmond, 2-1.
Unearned runs doom Altoona in 2-1 loss to Richmond.
Evan Chambers played for both the Spikes and Curve, before he passed away in the offseason. His high school baseball teammate, Keon Broxton, remembers him every time he goes up to bat for the Curve.
Altoona lost all 3 weekend games in Richmond (after winning on Thursday in Virginia).
The Altoona Curve held a 4-1 heading into the bottom of the 9th in Richmond, but the Squirrels scored 4 runs to win, 5-4.
Check out the highlights from Day 1 of the Curve Classic, featuring wins from Bishop Carroll and Altoona. (Central and Hollidaysburg won the night games).
Altoona tallies 11 hits in 6-1 win at Richmond.
Altoona drops final game of season-opening home stand 5-4.
The Curve take down the Akron Rubber Ducks, 4-3, after Willy Garcia hits a walkoff homer
The former Curve pitcher, and top Pirates' pitching prospect, is expected to be out at least a year as he recovers.
Nick Kingham threw 6 shutout innings - allowing just 3 hits and striking out 6 batters - as the Curve get their first win of the season, 5-1.
After two days of postponements because of the rain, the Altoona Curve finally opened the 2014 baseball season. However, they lost both games of the doubleheader to the Seawolves.