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Tacoma is eliminated in the finals

    Tacoma Rainiers

June 2, 2024 – Pacific Coast League (PCL)
Tacoma Rainiers news story

SACRAMENTO, CA – The Tacoma Rainiers (30-27) recorded their third shutout this year, losing the final to the Sacramento River Cats (34-23) 9-0 on Sunday at Sutter Health Park.

Sacramento opened the scoring in the second inning on an RBI single by Brady Whalen, followed by a bases-loaded triple by Javier Francisco that made it 4-0.

They extended their lead to 8-0 in the fourth after two bases-loaded walks and a two-run single by Ismael Munguia. Donovan Walton made it 9-0 on a sacrifice fly in the fifth, and that would be it.

Mason Black turned four scoreless innings for the River Cats, allowing three hits and two walks while striking out seven, lowering his ERA to 1.35 that year. Four relievers followed Zwart, keeping the shutout intact.

Sacramento’s pitching staff combined for just five hits and two walks, striking out 13 along the way in their 9-0 shutout victory.

POST-GAME NOTES: Levi Stoudt suffered his fourth loss of the season, allowing four earned runs on two hits and four walks in just 2.0 innings pitched. Cody Bolton kept his ERA at 0.00 this season with Tacoma and pitched a perfect inning of relief. The righthander struckout one of the three batters he faced. Seven of Tacoma’s nine starters struck out at least once, while Cade Marlowe struck out four in the two holes. Sacramento struck out 13 Rainiers batters.

Tacoma gets the day off tomorrow and travels home to start a six-game series against the Reno Aces. The first pitch from Cheney Stadium on Tuesday is scheduled for 11:35 a.m. For more information and tickets, visit

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