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Salt Lake Bees: Fast start lifts Rainiers over Bees, 8-5
First Published Apr 15 2014 10:30 pm • Last Updated Apr 15 2014 10:44 pm

The host Tacoma Rainiers took a seven-run lead after two innings and held on to beat the Salt Lake Bees 8-5 on Tuesday night in a Pacific Coast League game.

Salt Lake starter Joe Martinez (0-3) took the loss, giving up eight runs (six earned) on 11 hits over four innings. He had seven strikeouts.

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The Bees rallied for three runs in the sixth inning, with C.J. Cron hitting an RBI double and Brennan Boesch adding a two-run homer.

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