Tacoma Rainiers / PCL HEADLINES
Its beginning to look like you can pencil Andrew Carraway in for a quality start every time he steps onto the mound. The Tacoma left-hander came up with another strong outing, matching a season-high in strikeouts, Jesus Sucre added a two-run double and the Rainiers notched their fifth consecutive victory with a 5-4 win in Pacific Coast League action over visiting Nashville at Cheney Stadium on Wednesday.
The wind was blowing out at Cheney Stadium on Tuesday and four Nashville home runs blew out with it.
For the first time this season, Tacoma Rainiers pitcher Blake Beavan felt like he did last season before being recalled to the Seattle Mariners.
Tacoma starting pitcher James Paxton was long gone from the game Sunday when Carlos Triunfel’s ninth-inning home run gave the Rainiers a 6-5 win over Memphis.
Most athletes enjoy having examples of statistical excellence brought up in an interview. Baseball players, though, are a little different when it comes to discussions about on-going streaks.
In 2009 and 2010, David Aardsma racked up 69 saves over two seasons as the Seattle Mariners’ closer.
Adron Chambers perfectly placed bunt with two outs in the top of the ninth kicked started a four-run inning for the visiting Redbirds, helping Memphis to a 7-4 victory over the Tacoma Rainiers on Friday before a crowd of 6,136 at Cheney Stadium.
The Tacoma Rainiers rallied to tie it in the ninth inning Thursday night against the Memphis Redbirds, but still fell in the 10th, 6-5, in front of 4,127 at Cheney Stadium.
METAIRIE, La. — Blake Beavan was four batters into the game, and he was in trouble.
METAIRIE, La. — A ninth-inning comeback seemed to be brewing in New Orleans on Monday night, but it sputtered out for the Tacoma Rainiers in a 5-3 loss.
METAIRIE, La. — The Tacoma Rainiers’ pitching staff has been a strong point so far this season, and it really showed in a 13-inning, 3-2 victory over the New Orleans Zephyrs on Sunday afternoon.
The hottest hitter in the Mariners’ farm system is a player who very few fans have heard of — but that doesn’t mean he’s not a prospect.
METAIRIE, La. — The Tacoma Rainiers got exactly what they needed in the opening game of a four-game series at New Orleans on Saturday night.
The Tacoma Rainiers are happy to be leaving Oklahoma City, and they wont be carrying any wins with them. The RedHawks held on for a 1-0 shutout victory Friday evening at Bricktown Ballpark, completing a four-game series sweep of the Rainiers.
The Tacoma Rainiers have hit a speed bump in Oklahoma City. Winners of 12 of the prior 13 games heading into the series, Tacoma has lost three in a row to the RedHawks, including a 3-1 decision Thursday night.
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