Local Sports 10/9/18

A FORMER ALTOONA CURVE PLAYER MADE HISTORY LAST NIGHT FOR THE BOSTON RED SOX. CURVE ALUM BROCK HOLT BECAME THE FIRST PLAYER IN MAJOR LEAGUE HISTORY TO  HIT FOR THE CYCLE IN A POST SEASON GAME. HOLT HOMERED IN HIS LAST AT BAT TO COMPLETE THE CYCLE IN THE SOX’ 16-1 ROUT OF THE NEW YORK YANKEES IN GAME 3 OF THEIR DIVISIONAL SERIES. HOLT DROVE IN 5 RUNS FOR THE RED SOX, WHO CAN WRAP UP THE SERIES TONIGHT WITH A WIN IN THE BRONX.

 

A CURRENT CURVE PLAYER HAS BEEN HONORED FOR HIS DEFENSIVE SKILLS. IT WAS ANNOUNCED YESTERDAY THAT CURVE 3RD BASEMAN KE’BRYAN HAYES WAS SELECTED TO RECEIVE THE RAWLINGS GOLD GLOVE FOR THE SECOND TIME. HAYS LED THE EASTERN LEAGUE AND ALL MINOR LEAGUE 3RD BASEMEN WITH A .978 FIELDING PERCENTAGE, WHILE COMMITTING ONLY 6 ERRORS FOR DURING THE 2018 SEASON. HAYES WAS ALSO SELECTED AS THE EASTERN LEAGUES 3RD BASEMAN FOR THE SEASON ENDING ALL STAR TEAM.

 

PENN STATE MENS BASKETBALL WILL BE WITHOUT A TRANSFER STUDENT ATHLETE FOR AT LEAST PART OF THE UPCOMING SEASON. SATCHEL PIERCE HAS BEEN RULED ACADEMICALLY INELIGIBLE FOR THE FALL SEMESTER AT PENN STATE, THUS KEEPING HIM ON THE SIDELINES FOR PART OF  THE UPCOMING SEASON. HIS STATUS WILL BE RE-EVALUATED AFTER THE CONCLUSION OF THE FALL SEMESTER. PIERCE APPREARED IN 24 GAMES LAST SEASON.

 

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