River Cats leave Las Vegas with series victory despite ugly finale
Las Vegas, Nevada - The Sacramento River Cats (39-37) dropped the series finale against the Las Vegas Aviators (42-34) by a score of 15-6, but leave town with their 12th series victory of the season.River Cats starter Yoanys Quiala had a forgettable night, getting through just three innings and allowing
Las Vegas, Nevada - The Sacramento River Cats (39-37) dropped the series finale against the Las Vegas Aviators (42-34) by a score of 15-6, but leave town with their 12th series victory of the season.
River Cats starter
Sacramento did smack four home runs on the night, but could not keep pace, picking up just three other hits in the game. Infielder
The River Cats will travel to El Paso, Texas tomorrow for the first time this season, opening up a four-game series against the El Paso Chihuahuas. Right-hander
• The Aviators' 15 runs tonight were the most allowed by the River Cats this season, topping the 12 runs they allowed on May 5 against the Reno Aces. The nine-run margin of defeat was also to largest this season, passing the 11-3 loss at the hands of these Las Vegas Aviators from April 11.
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