Assistant Sports Editor
Dustin Ackley gave Tacoma an instant lead, and Blake Beavan made it stand up Wednesday night.
For the third straight game, Tacoma fell behind early and was unable to dig itself out of the hole.
The minor league season opened across the nation on Thursday night, including all four Seattle Mariners full-season affiliates.
Two games into the 2011 season, and it looks like the bullpen will be a strength for the Rainiers.
The Tacoma Rainiers opened the 2011 Pacific Coast League season on the road in order to give work crews a little extra time to complete the Cheney Stadium renovation.
The Baseball Club of Tacoma, a group of 15 partners headed by Curtis High School and Washington State graduate Mikal Thomsen, has taken over ownership of the Tacoma Rainiers.
Tacoma - A group of local investors calling itself the Baseball Club of Tacoma is attempting to buy the Tacoma Rainiers from the team's current principal owners, SDL Baseball Partners.
A group of local investors calling itself the Baseball Club of Tacoma has entered a preliminary letter of intent to begin negotiations to buy the Tacoma Rainiers from the team's current principal owners, SDL Baseball Partners.
Matt Mangini doesn't remember many details from his last trip to AT&T Brick-town Ballpark in Oklahoma City, but he does recall that it was a special experience.
Nick Lachey, part-owner of the Tacoma Rainiers and former boy-band heartthrob, stood by smiling and watching as the players sprayed beer and champagne throughout the visiting locker room at AutoZone Park Friday night.