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Originally published August 14, 2013 at 9:53 PM | Page modified August 14, 2013 at 10:10 PM

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Rainiers slip past Round Rock, 8-6

Tacoma capitalized on wildness by Round Rock pitchers and infielders in a PCL victory.

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ROUND ROCK, Texas — Tacoma took advantage of wildness by Round Rock pitchers and infielders for an 8-6 Pacific Coast League victory Wednesday night.

The Rainiers (66-59) drew 11 walks and capitalized on two throwing errors.

Tom Wilhelmsen started for the Rainiers, walking three and allowing two hits and three runs in only 12 / 3 innings.

At Vancouver 10, Everett 1

The AquaSox (32-26) managed just three hits in a Northwest League defeat.

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