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All Hits And No Runs

April 19, 2012


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Record: 7-8 (3 GB of Harrisburg in Western Division)
Time: 2:33
Attendance: 2,402

 Michael Kickham got the start for the Flying Squirrels tonight and could not build on his last outing in Richmond. It took him 63 pitches (36 strikes) to get through three innings. In those three innings he allowed four runs on six hits (one home run), two walks, and two strikeouts. The Richmond bullpen did everything they needed to keep the game close. Jake Dunning worked three innings allowing two hits and striking out three. Austin Fleet had a nice bounce back appearance, working one inning and striking out one. Ari Ronick closed out the game for Richmond allowing one hit and striking out one in one inning of work.

Brandon Crumpton battled for six innings and got the win for Altoona, upping his record to 1-2 on the season. He allowed two runs on seven hits, one walk and three strikeouts. Victor Black made things interesting with his one innings of work, giving up two hits and striking out one. Duke Welker got the two inning save, allowing one run on two hits.

At the plate for Altoona Brock Holt and Aldaberto Santos both had three hits. Matt Curry drove in two runs while going 1-for-4 on the night. Quicny Latimore hit his first home run of the year in the second inning.

Richmond collected 11 hits as a team, but just could not break the game open. Ryan Cavan, Tommy Joseph, Wes Hodges, and Daniel Mayora all had two hits each. Hodges, Mayora, and Ehire Adrianza all drove in one run each.

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