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Harrisburg Senators Game Information and Starting Lineups vs. Altoona

August 14, 2019 - Eastern League (EL) - Harrisburg Senators News Release

Harrisburg Senators (22-27) vs. Altoona Curve (23-29)

Game 120 - 2nd Half Game 50 - Wednesday, August 14 at 6:30 p.m.

FNB Field - Harrisburg, PA

RH Kyle McGowin (0-1, 4.30) vs. LH Cam Vieaux (2-3, 2.86)

Tonight's Senators Starting Lineup:

Andrew Stevenson, LF

Luis Garcia, SS

Adrian Sanchez, 3B

Michael A. Taylor, CF

Tres Barrera, C

Dante Bichette, Jr., 2B

T. J. Rivera, 1B

Rhett Wiseman, RF

Kyle McGowin, P


The Senators outlasted Altoona and snapped their three-game losing streak with a 13-10 win Tuesday night at FNB Field. Twice in the game the Sens sent nine batters to the plate and scored five runs. Every Senator position played had a hit in the game and scored. Nine different hitters on the two teams had at least two hits. Dante Bichette, Jr. had four hits and two triples while driving in three and scoring twice. Altoona had a 2-1 lead into the third inning when the Sens tallied five runs for the first of two times.


The Senators and Altoona Curve play game two of a three-game series at FNB Field tonight. Harrisburg is 8-6 Altoona this season including going 3-1 against the Curve at home.

Harrisburg is 4-6 in their past 10 games. Overall this season they're 64-55 which would put them 4.5 games behind Erie in third place in the Western Division.

Harrisburg went 15-12 in July, the second month this season with a winning record. The Sens are 17-14 since the all-star break.


The Curve are the Double-A affiliate of the Pittsburgh Pirates. They play their home games at Peoples Natural Gas Field in Altoona, PA. The franchise was born in 1999. They've been an affiliate of the Pirates since 1999. They've won two E.L. Championships (2004 & 2017)

They're 23-29 and 14.0 games behind Erie. They're 4-6 in their last 10 games and 28-31 on the road this season. They finished the first half 36-32, 5.0 games behind the Senators.


August 4-7, .241, 8 HR, 53 Runs (4.8 rpg) and a 4.52 ERA.

July 15-12, .245, 14 HR, 121 Runs (4.5 rpg) and a 3.52 ERA.

June 11-16, .243, 12 HR, 97 Runs (3.6 rpg) and a 3.21 ERA.

May 13-16, .224, 17 HR, 103 Runs (3.5 rpg) and a 4.03 ERA.

April 21-4, .250, 28 HR, 110 Runs (4.4 rpg) and a 2.66 ERA. (Best April in Senators history)


Of the 25 active players, 15 were originally drafted or signed by the Nats, 10 AA rookies, 7 players MLB experience and 19 that were in the Nats organization last year. The Sens have had 16 players make their AA debuts this year.

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