It’s been a wild season so far for the Tacoma Rainiers and their faithful baseball fans. After two straight seasons of surprisingly solid weather early in the season, the Rainiers have stepped out onto the field for some chilly and wet contests at Cheney Stadium. Of course, if it was just the weather offering up a difficult road for the Rainiers, that wouldn’t be all too bad.
The real stinger this season has been the constant fallout from a Seattle Mariners club that can’t seem to roll out a consistent lineup from week to week. Sometimes it feels as though someone is coming up from the Rainiers, or being sent back down on a daily basis. One thing is for certain, the rapid influx and exit of players at Cheney Stadium has kept the Rainiers’ uniform staff on their toes the entire season.
As of this issue of the Tacoma… Read Full Story
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