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Rainiers Sting Bees, 4-3

August 11, 2018 - Pacific Coast League (PCL) - Tacoma Rainiers News Release

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah - The Tacoma Rainiers (57-60) ended a three-game winless streak by defeating the Salt Lake Bees (63-55), 4-3, on Saturday night at Smith's Ballpark.

Right fielder Cameron Perkins drove in half of the Rainiers runs on a 1-for-2 performance that included a two-run home run in the fifth inning. The Rainiers also earned multi-hit performances from first baseman Daniel Vogelbach (2x4, RBI), designated hitter Ben Gamel (2x4, R, 3B, RBI), and second baseman Zach Vincej (2x3, BB).

Tacoma starting left-hander Ross Detwiler tossed six innings of one-run ball while allowing just five hits, but settled for a no-decision. Detwiler walked three and struck out five on 106 pitches, 68 of which went for strikes.

Ryan Cook (1.0 IP) tossed a scoreless eighth inning for the Rainiers. Shawn Armstrong (1.0 IP) followed with a scoreless ninth to lock down his 11th save. Mike Morin (4-2) directly relieved Detwiler and allowed two runs on three hits while striking out one - he earned the win.

Tacoma and Salt Lake wrap up their series on Sunday evening at 5:05 p.m. PT. Rainiers right-hander Rob Whalen (7-6, 4.90) will match up against Bees southpaw Jose Suarez (0-4, 5.40).

All tickets, group outings, and suites packages for the 2018 season are available for purchase in person at the Cheney Stadium Box Office, online at TacomaRainiers.com, or over the phone at (253) 752-7707. The most up-to-date news and notes about the Rainiers throughout the season can be found by following the Rainiers on Twitter (@RainiersLand) or liking the team on Facebook.

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