Two-run eighth inning gives Rainiers 7-5 win
PORTLAND, Wash. - Brad Nelson went 3-for-4 with three RBIs and two runs scored as the Tacoma Rainiers beat the Portland Beavers 7-5 Friday night at PGE Park.
Despite being outhit 12-9 by the Beavers (25-42), the Rainiers (34-32) were able to take the opening game of the four-game series behind a two-run eighth inning.
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