Sean White pitched in and out of trouble for six innings Saturday night in leading the Tacoma Rainiers to a 6-3 Pacific Coast League victory over the 51s at Cashman Field.
White (5-10) allowed 13 baserunners, on seven hits, five walks and a hit batsman, but only one run — on John-Ford Griffin’s RBI single in the fifth inning.
Griffin added an RBI single off reliever Jared Wells in the ninth, when Las Vegas (50-47) scored its final two runs.
Terry Tiffee went 3-for-5
with a triple and an RBI double for the 51s, who held a 13-11 edge in hits. Despite totaling six extra-base hits, they left 13 runners on base, including 10 in scoring position.
Six players each had an RBI for the Rainiers (47-49), who led 4-0 after two innings. Prentice Redman finished 3-for-5.
Heath Totten (2-2) took the loss, giving up four runs on nine hits and no walks in six innings. He struck out four.