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Bees 4, Rainiers 3

It just wasn't Tacoma's evening in Salt Lake tonight. The Rainiers dropped their second in a row, this time in tough, tough fashion to the first-place Bees. Starter Ryan Feierabend gave up a run in each of the first two innings, and Salt Lake starter Kasey Olenberger kept the Rainiers under wraps for the first six. Wladimir Balentien hit a two-run homer in the seventh to tie, but Salt Lake grabbed the lead right back, getting two off of reliever Brad Thomas. The Rainiers fall to 7-10, the Bees stay in first place of the Pacific Northern Division at 10-7.

A day game tomorrow, 1:05 first pitch. Jorge Campillo (1-1, 2.37) against Henry Bonilla (2-0, 4.80).

Box from Minor League Baseball


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