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4.25.12 Altoona v. Harrisburg Game Info

4.25.12 Altoona v. Harrisburg Game Info

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division champs '04, '10e.l. champions 2010
ABOUT LAST NIGHT...:
Using a prolifc running attack, the Harrisburg Senators extended their league lead in stolenbases with seven more while blowing by the Curve 5-1 in Tuesday’s series opener o three at Peoples Natural Gas Field.Je Kobernus led the way or the Senators, swiping our bags on his own, while Destin Hood, Chris Rahl, and EuryPerez each added a steal o their own. The Curve got a three-hit perormance with their lone run batted in rom
MattCurry
who lited his average to .321 and another hit rom red-hot
Adalberto Santos
(.457) but went 2-or-10 with run-ners in scoring position in the loss.
Mike Colla
was charged with fve runs, though just one was earned, on eight hitsover his fve innings.
CURVE/HARRISBURG SERIES:
In a virtual repeat o the team’s last road trip, Altoona now welcomes the HarrisburgSenators (AA - Nationals) to town or a three-game set Tuesday through Thursday. We’ll see a pair o rematches in theseries as Mike Colla and Je Mandel will square o on Tuesday (Mandel earned win last week) and Nathan Baker andDanny Rosenbaum meet up on Wednesday (Rosenbaum got the win). Harrisburg took the series last week at MetroBank Park, 2-1, but enters this set still trailing in the all-time series at 136-110.
FOR ALTOONA:
Ater two outstanding starts to begin the year,
Nathan Baker
came back to earth at Harrisburg aweek ago. Over 2.2 innings, Baker walked a career high-tying our batters and yielded fve runs (our earned) on ourhits in his shortest outing o the year en route to the deeat. Beore that, Baker had surrendered just one earned run inhis frst 11 innings this year while picking up wins over the Erie SeaWolves and Richmond Flying Squirrels. The 24-year-old was a fth-round drat selection by the Pirates out o Ole Miss in 2009 and spent all o last year in Bradenton, going10-8 with a 3.34 ERA over 29 appearances or the Marauders.
For more on Baker, see page two.
FOR HARRISBURG:
Last week in Harrisburg, lety Danny Rosenbaum dominated the Curve. The Ohio native and22nd-round drat selection o the Washington organization in 2009 pitched a complete-game victory over Altoona,surrendering just one unearned run on our hits, striking out nine and not walking a single batter. Rosenbaum got animpressive 14 outs on the ground that game and overmatched Curve hitters throughout the night. The Xavier Uni-versity procut enters this start with the third-best ERA in the Eastern League at 1.25, just two spots behind last night’sSenators starter, righty Je Mandel. Rosenbaum’s complete game was the frst in the E.L. this season.
RUNNING WILD:
 Tuesday night’s series opener with the Senators provided a juxtaposition o two completely dierentoenses. Harrisburg used its considerable speed to steal seven bases on Curve pitchers and catcher
Tony Sanchez
. Tuesday starter
Mike Colla
and reliever
Kris Harvey
have been especially victimized by opposing baserunners. 14times, opponents have tried to steal with Colla and Harvey on the hill, and 14 times, they’ve been successul. Behindthe plate, Sanchez has thrown out just our o 25 potential basestealers (16.0%). On the ip side, the Curve have stolen just over hal o Harrisburg’s Tuesday total all season. Altoona has only pilered our bags as a team in 2012.
CURRYING FAVOR:
Curve frst baseman
Matt Curry
has ound a good groove at the plate over his last couple o weeks. Dating back nine games, the TCU product is batting .324, including a .412 mark in his last our. Now riding asix-game hitting streak, over the course o which he’s batted .375 (9-or-24), Curry has boosted his batting average 40points since April 15 rom .281 to .321. Tuesday night, Curry rapped three hits and drove in the game’s only Curve run.
THE SPACE BETWEEN:
 The Curve haven’t played many close games this season. In act, only our o Altoona’s 16contests to this point have been decided by one or two runs. In the other 12 games decided by three runs or more, theCurve are 5-7 ater Tuesday night’s 5-1 series-opening loss to the Senators.
DR. STRANGEGLOVE:
 The Curve made two more deensive miscues on Tuesday in their opener with Harrisburg andnow have 26 on the season, tied or most in the 12-team Eastern League. Only New Hampshire has made as many er-rors as the . Statistically speaking, however, Altoona has the worst felding percentage in the league at .958.
CLOSE BUT NO CIGAR:
Outfelder
Adalberto Santos
made a run at the Eastern League Oensive Player o the Week award last week, batting 12-or-22 (.545) with six runs scored, our doubles, seven RBI, three walks and one stolen base.All seven o the RBI have come in the last two games o the Richmond series, and over his last our games, Santos is10-or-16 with our doubles and six runs scored. He lost out to Binghamton’s Josh Rodriguez or the E.L. award, whohit .500 or the week with two homers, two doubles, seven RBI and seven runs scored. Santos added another hit on Tuesday night, and entering play on Wednesday, the Bronx, N.Y. native ishitting . 457.
DISSECTING THE NUMBERS:
Altoona enters Wednesday hitting .252 as ateam, which is 9th-best in the league. What’s odd about the ranking is thatthe team has the ewest strikeouts among any team in the league (109) andhas an on-base percentage o .333, which is tied or fth-best in the circuit. They’ve been quite good at playing small ball as well, pacing the circuit with15 sacrifce bunts (next closest team has 10, Richmond).
HITTING HOME:
With eight more hits on Tuesday night, the Curve are nowbatting .272 in the confnes o Peoples Natural Gas Field through nine games.In their seven games on the most recent road trip, the Curve batted .224.
ROSTER MOVES:
A air amount happened while the Curve had the o day onMonday as both RHP
Aaron Pribanic
(right shoulder) and 2B
 Jarek Cunning-ham
(let wrist) landed on the Altoona disabled list. RHP
Zach Foster
wasalso transerred to the Bradenton roster and the Curve have added IF
GregPicart
rom Triple-A. The team roster stands at 23 + 4 DL.
Wednesday, April 25, 2012 -- Game #17, Home Game #10Harrisburg Senators (12-6) vs. Altoona Curve (7-9)LHP Danny Rosenbaum (2-0, 1.25) vs. LHP Nathan Baker (2-1, 3.29)6:30 p.m., Peoples Natural Gas Field, Curve, Pa.
Overall Record
............................................7-9 
Home
.....................................................5-4 
Road
......................................................2-5
Place (E.L. Western)
..................................4th
Games Behind
............................................-4.0
Streak 
.........................................................Lost 1
Last 5
...............................................................2-3
Last 10
............................................................4-6
2012 vs. Harrisburg
..................................1-3 
at Altoona
...........................................0-1 
at Harrisburg
.....................................1-2
All-time vs. Harrisburg
.................136-111 
at Altoona
......................................74-42
at Harrisburg
................................62-69
‘12 Home Attendance
......................29,071
Home Openings
.............................................9
Average Attendance
............................3,230
Team W-L PCT GB TodayHarrisburg 12-6 .667 -- @ ALT
Akron 10-6 .625 1.0 @ BOWRichmond 8-10 .444 4.0 @ REA
Altoona 7-9 .438 4.0 vs. HAR
Erie 6-10 .375 5.0 @ TREBowie 7-12 .368 5.5 vs. AKR
Team W-L PCT GB Today
Reading 12-5 .706 -- vs. RIC
New Britain
13-6 .684 -- vs. PORBinghamton 9-8 .529 3.0 vs. NHM Trenton 9-8 .529 3.0 vs. ERINew Hamp. 7-10 .410 5.0 @ BINPortland 5-15 .250 8.5 @ NBRMike Passanisi and Tyler Maun willdescribe all the action o the 2012 seasonon the agship o the Curve, ESPN Radio1430, WVAM-AM in Altoona. Pregamecoverage begins 30 min. beore all games. The Curve can also be heard on the ollowingaliate stations or selected games:-
 
 The Edge 1400 in Loretto-
 
 The Edge 850 in Johnstown-
 
WTRN-AM/FM 1340/100.7 in Tyrone-
 
WCPA News 900-AM in Clearfeld-
 
ESPN Radio 970 AM in Pittsburgh-
 
WCBC - AM 1270 in Cumberland, Md.-
 
Online streaming at AltoonaCurve.comprovided by MSA Sports Network - Via the TuneIn Radio App
E.L. WESTERN STANDINGSE.L. EASTERN STANDINGSCURVE AT A GLANCEBROADCAST INFORMATION
 Thurs., April 26 6:30 p.m. vs. Harrisburg RHP Rob Gilliam (1-2, 6.00) vs. RHP Brandon Cumpton (1-2, 4.15)Fri., April 27 7:05 p.m. at Akron TBD vs. TBDSat., April 28 1:05 p.m. at Akron TBD vs. TBDSun., April 29 1:05 p.m. at Akron TBD vs. TBD
UPCOMING SERIES PROBABLES
THIS DATE IN CURVE HISTORY
PRESENTED BY ISALY’S
On this date in 2006, Brandon Chaves’sRBI single in the bottom o the 11thinning brought home Chaz Lytle romthird base to give the Curve a 5-4 walk-o victory over the Portland Sea Dogs.Josh Sharpless earned the victory withtwo perect innings o relie.
ON THE HOMESTAND
Games......................................................................4Record..................................................................2-2Average ............................................................ .285Runs/Runs Per Game ........................20/3.33Home Runs ...........................................................1RISP ............................................ .300 (15-or-50)Errors.........................................................................9ERA ..................................................................... 5.25Starter W-L .........................................................1-1Starter ERA ......................................................5.30Reliever W-L ..................................................... 1-1Reliever ERA ...................................................5.19Saves/Opps...................................................... 1/1
 
2012 Altoona Curve Game InormationPage 2
ALTOONA CURVE STARTER BREAKDOWN
ROTATION LAST START DEC IP H R ER HR BB SO RESULT STARTS TEAM RECORD
Mike Colla (R) 4/17 @ HAR L (3) 5.0 8 5 1 1 1 3 L, 5-1 4 1-3Nathan Baker (L) 4/18 @ HAR L (1) 2.2 4 5 4 0 4 2 L, 7-1 3 2-1Brandon Cumpton (R) 4/19 vs. RIC W (1) 6.0 7 2 2 0 1 3 W, 4-3 3 1-2Aaron Pribanic (R) 4/20 vs. RIC -- 2.2 9 6 6 1 2 0 L, 15-7 3 0-3Aaron Poreda (L) 4/22 vs. RIC -- 5.0 4 3 2 0 5 3 W, 8-3 3 3-0
SEASON TOTALS W L G CG IP H R ER HR BB SO ERA
5 8 16 0 77.0 79 47 35 5 40 49 4.09
STARTING PITCHER BREAKDOWN
Pitcher GS Team Runs R/Start Quality Starts
M. Colla 4 5 1.25 0N. Baker 3 4 0.75 1B. Cumpton 3 5 1.67 2A. Pribanic 3 3 1.0 0A. Poreda 3 10 3.33 1
TODAY’S STARTER
LHP NATHAN BAKER
HEIGHT:
6-3
WEIGHT:
212
B/T:
L/L
EXP:
4YR
BORN:
2/25/1987 (25) IN MEMPHIS, TN
RESIDES:
CORDOVA, TN
2012 HIGHSCAREER HIGHSBAKER CAREER NOTES
IP: 6.0, 4/13 at RICK’s: 5, 4/6 vs. ERIBB’s: 4, 4/18 at HARHits: 4, 4/18 at HARRuns: 5, 4/18 at HAR
Selected in the fth round o the 2009 drat by the Pitts-burgh Pirates out o the University o Mississippi...Enteredthe 2011 season ranked as the 17th-best prospect in thePirates system according to Baseball America...Namedone o the Top 150 players by the same publication com-ing out o high school in Cordova, Tenn... Was 1-1 withan 8.80 ERA in 10 games (one start) or Mesa in the 2011Arizona Fall League...Named a 2010 South Atlantic Leaguemid-season All-Star
Last App. - 4/18 @ HAR:
L, 2.2 IP, 4 H, 5 R (4 ER), 4 BB, 2 K 
IP: 8.1, 8x, 7/5/11 @ PMBK: 8, 4x, last 8/29/11 @ DAYBB: 4, 5x, last 4/18/12 @ HARHits: 9, 3x, 8/13/11 @ JUPRuns: 7, 5/18/11 vs. DUN
DATE OPP DEC IP H R ER BB SO LEFT GM RESULT
4/5 ERI W 5.0 2 2 1 2 5 Trailing 2-1 ater 5 IP W, 4-24/13 @ RIC W 6.0 2 0 0 3 1 Leading 3-0 ater 6 IP W, 6-04/18 @ HAR L 2.2 4 5 4 4 2 Trailing 5-0 ater 2.2 IP L, 7-1
YR CLUB W-L ERA G/GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR BB SO
2009 State College (A-) 0-0 1.69 6/1 0 0 0 16.0 11 4 3 0 2 92010 West Virginia (A) 6-5 2.99 16/16 0 0 0 87.1 68 36 29 3 20 63Bradenton (A+) 2-3 3.02 9/9 0 0 0 44.2 42 17 15 6 7 312011 Bradenton (A+) 10-8 3.34 29/25 0 0 0 148.1 151 80 55 6 51 1052012 Altoona (AA) 2-1 3.29 3/3 0 0 0 13.2 8 7 5 0 9 8Minor League Totals 20-17 3.11 63/54 0 0 0 310.0 280 144 107 15 99 216
2011 NOTES
Spent the season with Bradenton...Gave up 10 runs in his frst two games (1 start)...Allowed ouror more runs in three o his our April games...Finished April with a 5.57 ERA in our games (threestarts)...Did not record a win in the month o May but posted a 3.81 ERA across six starts...Turned infrst quality start o the season on 5/1 @ PMB (6.0 IP, 2 R, 0 BB, 5 K)...Allowed a season-worst sevenruns (two earned) in 1.2 IP on 5/18 vs. DUN...Threw six shutout innings with eight strikeouts on5/23 @ LAK...Continued to lower his ERA into June (2-2, 3.21, 7 G, 4 GS)...Finished the frst hal 3-4with a 4.15 ERA...Really took o in the second hal o the season (7-4, 2.62 ERA 14 G, 13 GS)...Tosseda career-high 8.1 innings in win over PMB on 7/5...Five o his 13 second-hal starts were qualitystarts...Had an ERA o 3.07 across fve July starts...Had his best month o the season in August (4-1,1.96 ERA in six starts)...Won fve o his last six decisions...His 3.34 ERA was seventh best in the FSL...Made one start during the playos (7.0 IP, 2 R, 1 ER, 5 K)...Was 1-1 with an 8.80 ERA in 10 games(one start) or Mesa in the Arizona Fall League...Gave up 15 runs in 15.1 IP...Opponents hit .358 o the lety
BATTER-PITCHER MATCHUPS
Baker vs. Harrisburg
PLAYER
Hood: 1-1, 2B, BBKing: 1-2, RBIRahl: 1-2, RBIPahuta: 2-1, 2 RBIPerez: 0-2Rosenbaum: 0-2, K Ivany: 0-1, BB, K McConnell: 0-1Kobernus: 0-0, 2 BB
Rosenbaum vs. Altoona
PLAYER
Sanchez: 2-4, K Brown: 1-3Gonzalez: 1-3, RBI, K Holt: 0-4Farrell: 0-4, 3 K Grossman: 0-4, 2 LLatimore: 0-3, 2 K Santos: 0-3, GDPBaker: 0-1Harvey: 0-1Norman: 0-1
BAKER CAREER STATISTICS
RUNS ALLOWED BY INNING
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
3 1 3 0 0 0 -- -- -- --
TOMORROW’S STARTER - RHP BRANDON CUMPTON
Breakdown W-L ERA G/GS IP H R ER HR BB K
2012 Season 1-2 4.15 3/3 17.1 18 8 8 1 3 92012 Home 0-1 10.38 1/1 4.1 7 5 5 0 1 2Brandon turned in his second straight strong outing on the 19th, allowing just two runs on sevenhits over six innings. The right-hander struck out three and walked one, and his oense platedour runs in the frst three innings o an eventual 4-3 win over the Richmond Flying Squirrels.
VS. HARRISBURG 0-1, 13.50 ERA
2012 NOTES
Went fve innings and gave up just one earned run in Double-A debut on 4/6 vs. ERI...Continuedstrong start to the season with six shutout innings in Richmond on 4/13 (W)...Went nine straightshutout innings between frst two starts...Walked a career high-tying our in a loss 4/18 at Har-risburg
 
2012 Altoona Curve Game InormationPage 3
ALTOONA CURVE BULLPEN BREAKDOWN
PLAYER LAST OUTING DEC IP H R ER HR BB SO GMS SV/SVO INH/STR. 1ST BATTER RET.
Alderson (RHP) 4/16 @ HAR S (1) 1.0 0 0 0 0 0 1 4 1/1 0/0 3/4 (75%)Beckman (RHP) 4/6 vs. ERI H (1) 0.1 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 0/0 0/0 0/1 (0%)Black (RHP) 4/22 vs. RIC -- 1.2 0 0 0 0 3 2 6 0/0 0/0 2/6 (33.3%)Cofeld (RHP) 4/24 vs. HAR -- 2.0 0 0 0 0 0 1 7 1/1 0/0 6/7 (85.7%)Foster (RHP) 4/20 vs. RIC L (1) 2.2 3 4 4 0 2 1 1 0/0 0/0 1/1 (100%)Harvey (RHP) 4/24 vs. HAR -- 2.0 1 0 0 0 0 4 5 0/0 5/3 3/5 (60%)Johnson (LHP) 4/17 @ HAR -- 1.0 2 1 1 0 0 1 4 1/1 1/1 3/4 (75%)McSwain (RHP) 4/20 vs. RIC -- 1.1 8 5 5 0 0 1 5 0/0 3/1 2/5 (40%)Ramos (LHP) 4/20 vs. RIC -- 2.1 2 0 0 0 1 1 1 0/0 3/3 1/1 (100%)Welker (RHP) 4/22 vs. RIC W (1) 1.1 1 0 0 0 0 0 5 0/0 2/2 2/5 (40%)
SEASON TOTALS W L G SV/SO IP H R ER HR BB SO ERA
2 1 16 4/4 62.0 58 27 21 3 19 55 3.05
BULLPEN NOTES
#28 Vic Black (RHP) Bats: Right Throws: Right Ht/Wt: 6-4/200
LAST OUTING:
 
4/22 vs. RIC
 
VS. LH:
 
.357 (5/14)
 
SAVE OPPS:
 
0/0 (0%)
LONG OUTING:
 
1.2, 4/22 vs. RIC
 
VS. RH:
 
.188 (3/16)
 
INHERITED/STRANDED:
 
0/0 (0%)
LAST WIN:
 
--
 
MOST K:
 
2, 2x, last - 4/22 vs. RIC
 
FIRST BATTER RETIRED %:
 
2/6 (33.3%)
LAST SAVE:
 
--
 
MOST BB:
 
3, 4/22 vs. RIC
 
CURVE RECORD WHEN PITCHING:
 
4-2
LAST HR ALLOWED:
 
--
ACQ:
1st R (s) - 2009
- CURRENT NOTES:
.Earned a hold on 4/19 vs. RIC...Worked a season-high 1.2 IP on 4/22 vs. RIC
- 2012 NOTES:
Made Double-A debut on 4/7 vs. ERI...Allowed two unearned runs in 1.0 IP...Allowed two runs (one earned)in an inning on 4/9 vs. AKR...Worked a clean inning on 4/13 @ RIC (1 K)..
- CAREER NOTES:
 
2011
...Ater starting nine o his frst 15 proessional appearances, moved to the bullpen ull-time in 2011...Came out o the ’pen 22 times or West Virginia to start the year...While recovering rom shoulder trouble, didn’t make his sea-son debut until 5/26 @ DEL...Turned in 10 straight scoreless outings to start season.. Earned an August promotion to High-ABradenton where he pitched 6.2 innings over fve relie dates and posted a 4.05 ERA ...
2010...
Pitched just 4.2 innings with the Power due to a shoulder injuryand a subsequent resulting biceps injury...Returned or instructional league activity in October...
2009...
Began his proessional career with State College,pitching in 13 games (seven starts) or the Spikes... Allowed two or ewer earned runs in 12 o his 13 outings...Struck out 33 batters against 15 walks and al-lowed just a .213 average against...
More info, see pg. 17 of Curve Media Guide
LAST THREE APP.
DATE W/L IP H R/ER K/BB
4/22 vs. RIC -- 1.2 0 0/0 3/24/19 vs. RIC H 1.0 2 0/0 1/04/16 @ HAR H 1.0 1 0/0 2/0
#25 Kyle Coeld (RHP) Bats: Right Throws: Right Ht/Wt: 6-5/220#41 Kris Harvey (RHP) Bats: Right Throws: Right Ht/Wt: 6-2/200
LAST OUTING:
 
4/24 vs. HAR
 
VS. LH:
 
.167 (2/12)
 
SAVE OPPS:
 
1/1 (100%)
LONG OUTING:
 
2.0 IP, 3x, last - 4/24 vs. HAR
 
VS. RH:
 
.130 (3/23)
 
INHERITED/STRANDED:
 
0/0 (0%)
LAST WIN:
 
--
 
MOST K:
 
3, 4/7 vs. ERI
 
FIRST BATTER RETIRED %:
 
6/7 (85.7%)
LAST SAVE:
 
4/5 vs. ERI
 
MOST BB:
 
1, 2x, last - 4/15 @ RIC
 
CURVE RECORD WHEN PITCHING:
 
2-5
LAST HR ALLOWED:
 
4/18 @ HAR (C. Rahl)
ACQ:
Minor league ree agent - 11/22/11
LAST OUTING:
 
4/24 vs. HAR
 
VS. LH:
 
.214 (3/14)
 
SAVE OPPS:
 
0/0 (0%)
LONG OUTING:
 
3.1, 4/18 @ HAR
 
VS. RH:
 
.200 (5/25)
 
INHERITED/STRANDED:
 
5/2 (40%)
LAST WIN:
 
--
 
MOST K:
 
4, 4/24 vs. HAR
 
FIRST BATTER RETIRED %:
 
3/5 (60%)
LAST SAVE:
 
--
 
MOST BB:
 
1, 2x, last - 4/18 @ HAR
 
CURVE RECORD WHEN PITCHING:
 
1-4
LAST HR ALLOWED:
 
4/7 vs. ERI (J. Lennerton)
ACQ:
Minor league ree agent - 2/22/12
- CURRENT NOTES:
Allowed two runs (both solo home runs) in 2.0 IP on 4/18 @ HAR
- 2012 NOTES:
Picked up a save in his lone appearance o the spring or the Pirates, fring a scoreless, one-hit inning on4/1 @ TOR...Tossed a scoreless inning on Opening Night or the save...Fanned three over two scoreless on 4/7
- CAREER NOTES:
 
2011
...Split time between Triple-A Charlotte and Double-A Birmingham in the Chicago White Sox sys-tem...Went 1-2 with a 2.89 ERA or the Barons o the Southern League...Struggled when moved up to Triple-A or two ap-pearances, yielding two runs on two hits in two innings...
2010...
Spent the bulk o his year in Double-A with the MississippiBraves...Made two appearances or the GCL Braves on rehab...Went 1-3 with a 4.39 mark in the Southern League... Was acquired by Chicago (AL) rom At-lanta on 12/3/10 in exchange or pitcher Scott Linebrink and cash considerations...
2009...
Pitched in 26 games (24 starts) with the M-Braves...Was namedMississippi’s Pitcher o the Year or a 10-5 campaign with a 3.90 ERA...Tied or the Braves organizational lead in victories, ranked 7th in innings pitched andtied or 10th in ERA...
2008...
Was named to the Carolina League mid-season All-Star team where he represented the host Myrtle Beach Pelicans...Ranked2nd in the Carolina League in ERA (3.26)...Was named the Carolina League Pitcher-o-the-Week or the week ending on 8/25
- CURRENT NOTES:
Turned in frst scoreless outing on 4/16 @ HAR...Followed it up with 3.1 scoreless IP on 4/18 @ HAR...Stranded three baserunners in the process on 4/18
- 2012 NOTES:
Is in his frst season with the Pirates organization... Assigned to Altoona on 4/7 rom Extended Spring Train-ing...Allowed 5 R/3 ER in debut on 4/7 vs. ERI
- CAREER NOTES:
 
2011
...Began the year with the Jupiter Hammerheads in the Florida Marlins organization...Did not per-mit an earned run in his frst seven appearances...Allowed more than one run only twice in 21 games...Kept opponents o the scoreboard in 15 o his 21 appearances...Opposing hitters batted just .167 o him (18-or-108)...Promoted to Double-A Jacksonville in late June or theremainder o the season...Did not enjoy as much success at Double-A (2-3, 6.68 ERA in 24 games)...Gave up six runs combined (3.2 IP) in his frst two out-ings...Didn’t allow a run or three straight games twice while in Jacksonville (7/26-7/29 and 8/9-8/17)...
2010
...Did not start the season until June 1 whenhe made his frst appearance with Jupiter...Pitched in six games or the Hammerheads beore a promotion to Jacksonville...Did not give up a run in his sixgames (7.0 IP, 6 K)...Made the last 22 appearances o his 2010 with Jacksonville...Went 1-0-3 with a 5.40 ERA in 22 games (one start)...Despite the high ERA,opponents hit just .248 o Harvey in his 22 games...
Pre-2010
...Originally drated by the Marlins in the second round o the 2005 drat out o Clemson...Was drated as an outfelder but ater hitting .148 in 74 games with Carolina (AA - Southern League) in 2008 they began to convert him to a pitcher...Haspitched exclusively since 2008...Batted .245 with 15 HR and 60 RBI in 96 games or Greensboro in 2006...15 home runs and 60 RBI were both career highsas a position player....First name is actually Bryan...Was taken in the fth round o the 2002 drat by Atlanta but did not sign...Is the son o ormer MLBpitcher Bryan Harvey, who pitched or the Caliornia Angels (1987-1992) and Florida Marlins (1993-95)
LAST THREE APP.
DATE W/L IP H R/ER K/BB
4/24 vs. HAR -- 2.0 0 0/0 1/04/22 vs. RIC -- 1.0 0 0/0 0/04/18 @ HAR -- 2.0 3 2/2 2/0
LAST THREE APP.
DATE W/L IP H R/ER K/BB
4/24 vs. HAR -- 2.0 0 0/0 4/04/18 @ HAR -- 3.1 1 0/0 2/14/16 @ HAR H 1.0 1 0/0 1/0

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