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By Kevin T. Czerwinski / MLB.com
For full article, click HERESalt Lake has lost a game to snow and another to rain, but on the field it has almost had no equal. The Bees are already 7-0 against Las Vegas, 4-0 against Tucson and Fresno and 6-1 against Portland.
Though Salt Lake saw its 13-game winning streak snapped Monday night in Memphis, the loss did little to tarnish what has been an historical run. It was the Bees' first loss away from home in 10 games and only their second overall (the first was in their April 11 home opener against Portland). While it's not likely that Salt Lake, which bounced back to beat the Redbirds on Tuesday, will continue to play at a .917 clip, the club has put itself in solid position to make a run at being the first 100-win team in the Minor Leagues since the Grady Little-managed Greenville team won 100 games in the Southern League in 1992.
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