Tacoma Rainiers / PCL HEADLINES
Mike Zunino absorbs baseball information like a sponge. His curiosity is a trait that already has endeared him to coaches and executives in the Mariners' organization.
Mother Nature did the Tacoma Rainiers no favors Friday, presenting a home-opening night that started with 44-degree temperatures that dropped and a steady rain that stayed.
The red, white and blue bunting was soaked. The Cheney Stadium crowd of 5,491 was soaked and shivering. Mother Nature did the Tacoma Rainiers no favors Friday, presenting a home-opening night that started with 44-degree temperatures that dropped and a steady rain that stayed.
WEST SACRAMENTO, Calif. – In the first six games, there were two things the Tacoma Rainiers had not been doing: turning double plays and putting together big innings.
WEST SACRAMENTO, Calif. — For six innings Tuesday night, it looked like Tacoma Rainiers catcher Mike Zunino might be human after all.
Kate Andrews watched the Seattle Mariners’ home opener Monday on television, surrounded by grandkids, a husband named Jim, a cat named Baby Kitty and close to 50 Tacoma Rainiers jerseys with no names at all.
WEST SACRAMENTO, Calif. – Three red-hot hitters paced the Tacoma offense in a 9-4 victory on Monday night in Sacramento.
FRESNO, Calif.— Executing a sacrifice bunt. Blocking a ball in the dirt. Preventing a stolen base. The positioning of a fielder.
FRESNO, Calif. — Endy Chavez is the oldest position player on the Tacoma Rainiers roster, but that doesn’t mean that he can’t run.
Danny Hultzen and Mike Zunino are just beginning to get to know one another. The Seattle Mariners are hoping their relationship blossoms.
FRESNO, CALIF. After scoring nine runs on 17 hits on opening day, the Tacoma Rainiers felt good about their offense. On day two of the Pacific Coast League season, the Rainiers scored three runs in the first two innings and more offensive fireworks appeared to be on the way.
The Tacoma Rainiers top-prospect battery of Danny Hultzen and Mike Zunino delivered on opening day in the Pacific Coast League.
PEORIA, ARIZ. With spring training finally over, the Tacoma Rainiers flew from the desert to Fresno, Calif., to open the Pacific Coast League baseball season Thursday.
Justin Smoak's swing is shorter, more compact and doesn’t start so far behind his head. It’s supposed to help him react quicker to pitches.
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