Tacoma has been affiliated with the Mariners since 1995
The Tacoma Rainiers of the Pacific Coast League will remain the Mariners’ Triple A farm club through at least the 2014 season.
Tacoma announced a four-year extension of the player-development contract on Tuesday. The minor league club says the deal is one of the few four-year affiliations in baseball.
Team president Aaron Artman says Tacoma is excited to continue the partnership while playing in what will be a renovated Cheney Stadium in 2011. Artman says the Mariners have helped to ensure the $30 million renovation — the first major remodel of the stadium in 51 years.
Tacoma has been affiliated with the Mariners since 1995.
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