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Originally published July 1, 2014 at 10:28 PM | Page modified July 1, 2014 at 10:32 PM

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Rainiers can’t recover from first inning, drop 3-2 decision to Reno

Erasmo Ramirez settles down after rocky first inning

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TACOMA — Erasmo Ramirez and his Tacoma Rainiers couldn’t rebound after giving up three runs in the first inning as the Reno Aces posted a 3-2 victory Tuesday in Pacific Coast League baseball.

Ramirez, whose wife gave birth to twins Monday, recovered just fine and went six innings, giving up the three earned runs on six hits with five strikeouts and one walk.

Corey Hart, on a rehab assignment from the parent Mariners, had two hits to raise his average to .306. Jesus Montero and Gabriel Noriega also had two Tacoma hits.

At Hillsboro 3, Everett 1

Jordan Cowan had two hits in a losing effort as the AquaSox (5-14) fell to the Hops (12-7).

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