River Cats lose seven-inning game in walk-off fashion
The Sacramento River Cats (1-2) and Tacoma Rainiers (2-1) played a seven-inning game as part of scheduled double-header due to a weather postponement from April 7. In a back and forth game, the Rainiers' John Andreoli hit a walk-off home run in the seventh inning to hand the River Cats
The Sacramento River Cats (1-2) and Tacoma Rainiers (2-1) played a seven-inning game as part of scheduled double-header due to a weather postponement from April 7. In a back and forth game, the Rainiers'
The River Cats scored two runs in the top of the first inning thanks a trio of doubles from
The River Cats and Rainiers will once again attempt to play a double-header tomorrow. The twin bill will feature Sacramento right-handers
- The River Cats hit well with runners in scoring position on Sunday, going five-for-16 (.313) and are now hitting 10-for-37 in those clutch situations this season.
Steven Okertprovided a nice inning in relief by striking out the side in the fifth. Six of the seven outs he has recorded on the young season have come by way of the strikeout.
- Hanson, Williamson, and Jensen were a combined seven-for-eleven each with a run and at least one RBI.
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