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Originally published Tuesday, August 21, 2012 at 11:06 PM

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Rainiers' big second inning boosts them past Reno

The Reno Aces couldn't overcome an early 7-0 deficit in the Pacific Coast League Game.

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TACOMA — The Tacoma Rainers beat up on Reno starter Zach Kroenke (6-4) in a seven-run second inning en route to a 14-5 win over the Aces Tuesday night at Cheney Stadium in Pacific Coast League action.

Franklin Gutierrez's three-run homer capped the second-inning blitz that gave the Rainers an insurmountable cushion early on. Gutierrez added another homer in the sixth inning in his three-hit night that also included a double.

D.J. Mitchell (1-2) earned his first win for the Rainiers, allowing five hits and three runs over six innings.

Eugene 7, at Everett 5

The AquaSox's late rally came up short as they fell to Eugene in a Northwest League game.

Dylan Unsworth (6-2) took the loss after giving up eight hits in seven innings.

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