The Tacoma Rainiers (59-76) will visit the Las Vegas Aviators (81-55) on Friday at 7:05 PM PDT for the start of the final series of the regular season. The Rainiers will send right-hander Darren McCaughan (0-6) to the mound to face Oakland A's top prospect Jesus Luzardo (1-1) and the Aviators.
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Tacoma is celebrating its 25th season as the Triple-A affiliate of the Seattle Mariners and its 60th season in the Pacific Coast League.
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Jaycob Brugman went 1-for-4 with a double and four RBIs, but the Rainiers lost to Fresno on Thursday, falling by the score of 13-5.
BATTING AVERAGE: Joseph Odom, .314
ON-BASE PCT: Eric Filia, .432
SLUGGING PCT: Jaycob Brugman, .601
HOME RUNS: Brugman, 22
RBI: Brugman, 61
SB: John Andreoli, 7
WINS: Anthony Misiewicz, 7
ERA: Aaron Northcraft, 1.69
STRIKEOUTS: Misiewicz, 79
SAT: @ Las Vegas, 7:05 PM PDT
SUN: @ Las Vegas, 7:05 PM PDT
MON: @ Las Vegas, 12:05 PM PDT
About Cheney Stadium
Since 1960, Cheney Stadium has stood proudly as an anchoring crown jewel in the heart of Central Tacoma. In 2010, the stadium fondly regarded as "R House" underwent a massive transformation to compete as a state-of-the-art entertainment venue in the modern era of professional sports. Once merely the grounds for the Triple-A Tacoma Rainiers baseball team, Cheney Stadium is now also home to a pair of professional soccer clubs: Reign FC of the National Women's Soccer League and Tacoma Defiance, the highest-level USL squad for Seattle Sounders FC.
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