2018 Sacramento River Cats roster announced

Opening Day roster headlined by returning fan-favorites and top prospects

(RALPH THOMPSON)

By Sacramento River Cats | April 4, 2018 12:54 PM ET

WEST SACRAMENTO, CA - The Sacramento River Cats have announced their Opening Day roster in anticipation of the start of the 2018 regular season. The roster features an exciting mix of returning fan-favorites like Tyler Beede and Trevor Brown, top prospects Steven Duggar and Chris Shaw, and thrilling newcomers Tyler Herb and Kyle Jensen, among others.

The River Cats open regular season play Thursday, April 5 in Tacoma against the Rainiers, and their home opener is Tuesday, April 10 at 7:05 p.m. at Raley Field against the visiting Reno Aces. The River Cats' active roster will be reduced to 25 before the first regular season game.

 

 

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Pitchers

 

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Infielders

32

Beede, Tyler

 

2

Calixte, Orlando

50

Flores, Jose

 

5

d'Arnaud, Chase

43

Gregorio, Joan

 

52

Gomez, Miguel

22

Herb, Tyler

 

5

Hanson, Alen

55

Heston, Chris

 

26

Jensen, Kyle

21

Kelly, Casey

 

8

Jones, Ryder

34

Law, Derek

 

19

Rutledge, Josh

16

Okert, Steven

     

10

Rodriguez, Dereck

 

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Outfielders

17

Rogers, Tyler

 

14

Duggar, Steven

46

Snelten, DJ

 

9

Schroder, Myles

33

Suarez, Andrew

 

15

Shaw, Chris

6

Valdez, Jose

 

13

Slater, Austin

31

Younginer, Madison

 

7

Williamson, Mac

         

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Catchers

     

25

Brown, Trevor

     

29

Sanchez, Hector

     

 

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The Sacramento River Cats are the Triple-A affiliate of the three-time World Champion San Francisco Giants. The team plays at Raley Field in West Sacramento, consistently voted one of the top ballparks in America. River Cats Season Tickets, Mini-Plans, and Flex Plans can be purchased for the 2018 season by calling the River Cats Ticket Hotline at (916) 371-HITS (4487). For more information about the River Cats, visit www.rivercats.com. For information on other events at Raley Field, visit www.raleyfield.com.

This story was not subject to the approval of the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues or its clubs.

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