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By Marty Leap
Lack of offense sinks Double-A Altoona
A poor offensive performance led to a 4-2 loss for the Double-A Altoona Curve on Sunday afternoon. Following the loss against the Akron RubberDucks, the Curve are now 15-16 on the season.
Altoona's offense struggled in the loss. Henry Davis looked human going just 1-for-4. Liover Peguero was 1-for-4 with a double, the only other hits for Altoona were a solo home run for Mason Martin and a single by Andres Alvarez.
Travis MacGregor started for Altoona, allowing two hits while walking three and striking out a pair in 2 scoreless innings pitched. Justin Meis followed MacGregor, allowing 3 runs on four hits, a walk, a home run, and three strikeouts in 3 innings pitched.
Lefty Braeden Ogle walked a pair and struck out three in a scoreless inning pitched. Nick Dombkowski allowed a run in the 7th inning, Cam Junker and Juan Minaya then each pitched a scoreless inning.