Rainier sets the franchise record to win

Rainier sets the franchise record to win

Tacoma beat the Las Vegas Aviator Wednesday night, 8-7, and broke the home franchise record while they were at it.

The Rainiers achieved three home runs, bringing the season’s total to 191. This is now the highest single-season total in the history of the Tacoma franchise, which dates back to 1960.

The previous record was set last year. On-court running totals across the sport have increased over the past decade, as a result of a combination of bunny baseballs and changes to the mechanics of swinging and hitting targets.

Homer Derek Hill at the top of the fourth inning tied the record. After five rounds, Kyle Lewis broke the record with a green light move at the top of the ninth round.

If we had chosen to save a baseball game for a nonexistent collection of Rainier’s artifacts, it would have been…soggy. Lewis’ record-breaking explosion fell into the pool at the Las Vegas Ballpark, and was retrieved by a snorkeling aviator fan.

Tacoma suffered its 191st home race after that with a pair of hits later, when Louis Torrens pulled a blast to the left on a lockout run that turned out to be necessary.

The win lifted Rainier’s record to 66-71 – the closest the team has been to the 0.500 mark since the team was 5-10 on April 21. The .500 mark can still be achieved – just have to go 9-4 from here out there!

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yesterday: Tacoma Mask Louis Torrens He went 4 for 4 including the crucial ninth inning for Homer as the Rainiers won in Las Vegas on Wednesday night, 8-7. Las Vegas tied 6-6 in a three-game Homer game Jordan Diaz With two outs at the bottom of the eighth inning, but the Rainiers responded with Homers solo Kyle Lewis The Torrens are at the top of the ninth. Vegas hit three singles, record a run and the winning base racers were ninth by Nick Ramirez cross off Luis Barrera to terminate it. Tacoma writer Connor Wade It lasted six innings and was allowed twice.

today: Tacoma Rainier (66-71) in the Las Vegas Aviator (67-70), 7:05.

Discount affiliation: Auckland A.

Exhibition Manager: Fran Riordan

Season series: Las Vegas leads, 12-8.

jugs: LHP Tommy Mellon (3-1, 2.16) in LHP Hogan Harris (0-2, 9.00)

Mellon has been scratched since his last start with pain and is unlikely to make it more than two runs today.

Rosser moves: None today as of the time of posting.

Hot Hitters: Mason McCoy He made it to base safely in 19 of his last 20 matches… Brian O’Keefe He hit safely in seven of his last 10 matches, going 12 for 40 (.300)… Jonathan Villar He came back twice and drove in eight runs during a six-game winning streak… Jared Kielnik He has a seven-game strike streak… Marcus Wilson Hit safely in four consecutive, as I did Forest Wall.

Discount news: Las Vegas returns home from a 12-game road trip. It started at Renault, where the pilots missed a chance to win the standings by losing four out of six. They bounced back by going 4-2 in Sacramento… The Flyers don’t currently have any former Rainiers players, but they still have Lake Tapps native and Charles Wright Academy graduate Nate MondoKevin Smith He has a nine-game streak… he’s 22 years old Jordan Diaz It was recently upgraded to Triple-A and is considered a good chance of success.

Broadcasting: All games will be free broadcast A live audio stream is available here.

Unfortunately, there is no traditional terrestrial radio station carrying the games at this time.

PCL SCOREBOARD: Follow all the league matches in real time with broadcast links and Gameday screens over here.


  • The last two matches at Reno against Sacramento have been canceled due to poor air quality caused by bushfire smoke, and now they have Move the next two games to Sutter Health Park in Sacramento It will be played without spectators. They’re clearly not making up missed games, despite Renault being in the Pennant race (not much, to be honest – they have nine game lead two weeks ago).
  • sailors Hit three runs at home And beat Padres yesterday 6-1. The team is off for the day and kicks off a ten-game wild ride on Friday.
  • Julio Rodriguez Homerid (26) and stole base (25), Join the “25-25” club I didn’t know it was a club – I’m familiar with 20-20, 30-30, 40-40… I think everyone has a club these days. That’s it for today – I’m going outside to scream on a cloud.

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