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Originally published Sunday, June 30, 2013 at 8:17 PM

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Las Vegas pitcher muffles Rainiers’ offense

Tacoma lost its third consecutive game, 4-1, but remain tied with Round Rock for the league’s best record.

From team reports

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TACOMA ­— Matt Fox pitched six scoreless innings as Las Vegas beat Tacoma 4-1 in a Pacific Coast League game on Sunday before 4,562 at Cheney Stadium.

It was the third consecutive loss for the Rainiers (48-36), who are tied with Round Rock, Texas, for the league’s best record.

Tacoma scored in the seventh before leaving the bases loaded. Scott Savastano’s one-out single drove in the run, but Robert Andino popped out and Abraham Almonte grounded out.

Brandon Maurer (2-2) took the loss.

AquaSox lose wild one

EVERETT — A seven-run fifth inning helped Spokane beat Everett 10-9, snapping a seven-game Northwest League winning streak by the AquaSox.

Justin Seager was 3 for 4 with a double and Phillips Castillo was 3 for 5 with a home run and four RBI for Everett (14-3).

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