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Trevor Brown’s 3-Run Double and Jake Peavy’s Strong Start Leads to Sacramento River Cats 5th Straight Win with a 4-2 Victory

SACRAMENTO, Calif. – The Sacramento River Cats won their fifth straight game Saturday night as they topped the Tacoma Rainiers 4-2. Two time World Champion and former National League Cy Young award winner Jake Peavy made his second rehab appearance with the River Cats, pitching a strong outing that was backed by a big four-run sixth inning.

Peavy (0-1, 8.00) started out dealing, retiring 9 of the first 10 while facing the minimum through three innings. He ended his night pitching 4.1 innings, allowing 2 runs (both earned) on 4 hits while throwing 69 pitches. He walked only 1, and struck out 5, the most in any of his rehab starts. The start was his third rehab start, and second with Sacramento.

Tacoma got on the board first, as with 2 out in the fourth, Franklin Gutierrez hit a long home run to left-center to put the Rainiers up 2-0. Sacramento had a good chance to counter in the fifth when they loaded the bases with just 1 out, but Kevin Frandsen would ground into an inning ending double-play. The River Cats were hitless (0-for-3) with runners in scoring position through the first five innings.

In the sixth, the River Cats again loaded the bases, this time with nobody out. Trevor Brown nearly missed a grand slam, clearing the bases on a three-run double off the centerfield wall. He would later score in the inning on a sacrifice fly by Ryan Lollis. Brown finished the night 1-for-2 with a double, 3 RBI, and a hit by pitch.

Tacoma’s starting pitcher, right-hander Stephen Landazuri (0-3, 9.14) started out strong, holding Sacramento scoreless through the fifth inning. He finished the night pitching 6 innings, allowing 4 runs (all earned) on 4 hits. The Tacoma pitchers walked a total of 6 batters, setting a new season high for the River Cats offense.

Sacramento’s bullpen came in and shut the door in support of Peavy, pitching a combined 4.2 scoreless innings. Left-hander Jack Snodgrass (1-0, 0.00) made his River Cats debut and had a big impact as he earned his first career Triple-A win. He pitched 3.2 innings of relief, allowing 4 hits and striking out 5 while throwing 63 pitches. Eric Cordier pitched a scoreless ninth inning, earning his second save of the year.

The River Cats will look to for their sixth straight win tomorrow afternoon as they will send left-hander Nik Turley (1-1, 6.30) to the mound. Turley will be making just his third start of the year at the Triple-A level after spending almost 50 days on the Disabled List earlier in the season. Opposing him will be righty Danny Farquhar (0-0, 8.44) for Tacoma. First pitch is scheduled for 1:05 p.m.

Game Recap Courtesy of the Sacramento River Cats Media Relations

Sacramento River Cats Beat Oklahoma City Dodgers (5-4); Win Third Straight

OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. – The Sacramento River Cats won game three of their four game series with the Oklahoma City Dodgers Thursday evening 5-4. The third consecutive win secures Sacramento a series victory heading into the finale tomorrow. The River Cats were backed by multi-hit games from four different players and another dominant starting pitching performance, this time by Clayton Blackburn.

The River Cats have shown consistent hitting in this series, especially in clutch situations. 13 of Sacramento’s 18 runs scored this series have been with two outs. Casey McGehee, Travis Ishikawa, Adam Duvall, and Carlos Triunfel all recorded multi-hit games tonight. Casey McGehee has five multi-hit games in his seven-game hit streak and Ishikawa extended his hitting streak to five games, three of which were multi-hit games, as well.

The River Cats struck early, getting on the board first for the fifth consecutive game. Adam Duvall got things started with a single, and Jarrett Parker hit his seventh double of the season to set the stage for an early lead. Hector Sanchez grounded out to bring home Duvall, and Triunfel followed with a single to drive in Parker. Oklahoma City answered back in their half of the inning with an RBI triple, but Clayton Blackburn limited them to just the one run.

The River Cats never relinquished their early lead, adding three more runs, one in each of the fifth, sixth, and seventh innings. Despite a run in the fifth inning and a two-run double from Oklahoma City in eighth, the River Cats held on for the win.

Clayton Blackburn excelled on the mound tonight, preventing the Dodgers from tying the game multiple times. He pitched 7 innings, allowing 2 runs on 8 hits and 1 walk with 3 strikeouts. Much like in his last two starts, Blackburn consistently got ground balls when he needed them most. His record for the season moves to 2-3 with a 4.50 ERA.

The series finale is set for tomorrow at 5:05 p.m, (PT). The River Cats will send RHP Chris Stratton (0-0, 0.00) to the mound to face the Dodgers’ RHP Scott Baker (4-3, 4.67). Stratton began the year in Double-A Richmond and was transferred to Sacramento after the departure of veteran starters Kevin Correia and Robert Coello. He was originally drafted by the San Francisco Giants in the first round (20th overall) of the 2012 First-Year Player Draft out of Mississippi State University. Stratton’s Double-A record for the 2015 seasons is 1-5 with a 4.14 ERA. Following tomorrow’s game, Sacramento will return home to Raley Field for a four-game series with the Tacoma Rainiers.

Game Recap Courtesy of Sacramento River Cats Media Relations

Sacramento River Cats Beat Oklahoma City Dodgers 7-3 Behind Strong Outing From Ty Blach

OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. – Ty Blach took the mound Wednesday night and dominated the Oklahoma City Dodgers, shutting them out through eight magnificent innings. A first-inning home run from Juan Perez gave Blach and the Sacramento River Cats an early lead, one they would never give up on their way to a 7-3 win over the Dodgers.

Blach was lights out in his 11th start of the season, pitching 8+ innings while allowing 2 runs on 8 hits and striking out 7. He kept the Dodgers off balance all night, mixing his fastball and a devastating change up to continuously get ahead of batters. His command was on point, as he threw 74 of his 105 pitches for strikes and for the sixth time this season, Blach did not walk a single batter, further improving on his PCL best 0.89 BB/9. Blach’s 8 innings pitched is the most thrown by any River Cats pitcher this season.

Juan Perez led off the game for the River Cats, and wasted as little time as possible as he hit the second pitch of the game over the left field fence to give his side an early lead. It was the first leadoff home run by a River Cat since July 22, 2013 (Jemile Weeks). Perez finished the game 2-for-3 with 2 RBI, 2 walks, and 2 runs scored.

Sacramento added to their lead in the fourth inning when Jarrett Parker hit an RBI single to center, making it 2-0 River Cats. The base hit was the 500th of Parker’s minor league career. In the fifth, the River Cats added two more thanks to a two-out bases-load single by Travis Ishikawa.

The River Cats padded their lead in the eighth, as Perez, Kevin Frandsen, and Casey McGehee all contributed RBIs to push their lead to 7-0. The Dodgers would counter in the ninth, as O’Koyea Dickson drove in their first run of the game, making the score 7-1 and knocking Blach out of the game. Oklahoma City would add two more on a home run by Andy Wilkins, but that would be all they could push across.

OKC starter Matt Shelton didn’t have a chance against Blach, and threw just 4 innings while allowing 2 runs (all earned) on 3 hits, walking 1 and striking out 2. The Dodger bullpen had to put in extra work, combining for 5 innings of relief, allowing 5 runs (all earned).

The River Cats will look for their third straight win on Thursday as they send right-hander Clayton Blackburn (1-3, 4.32) to the hill. Blackburn enters the start with the second best WHIP on the Sacramento starting rotation at 1.44. Opposing him will be righty Deck McGuire (1-1, 1.98). First pitch is scheduled for 5:05 p.m (PT).

Game Recap Courtesy of the Sacramento River Cats Media Relations

Sacramento River Cats Fall To Sky Sox 5-3 Split Series; Error Proves Costly

Photo Courtesy of The Sacramento River Cats

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – The Sacramento River Cats and Sky Sox both sent bullpen arms to the mound to start Monday’s matinee finale in Colorado Springs. Looking for their first series win since late April, the defense again stumbled, committing their eighth error of the series as the River Cats fell 5-3 to the Sky Sox.

Veteran righty Juan Gutierrez took the mound for the River Cats, making his first start of the season. Gutierrez had appeared in 13 games for Sacramento prior to today’s game, posting an 0-1 record with one save and a 4.94 ERA. He was excellent for the River Cats filling in as a starter, tossing 3 scoreless innings, allowing just 1 hit and 1 walk while striking out 2. He threw 39 pitches in the start, 25 for strikes, and recorded five ground ball outs.

His opponent was fellow right-handed reliever Tim Dillard. Dillard, who was also making his first start of the season, went 4 innings, allowing 3 runs on 5 hits and 3 walks while striking out 2.

The River Cats struck first, jumping ahead in the second inning on a towering three-run home run from Casey McGehee. The homer was his second in the last two games and one of three hits on the afternoon. It was a strong end to the series for McGehee, who hit .500 (8-for-16) with 2 walks, 3 runs, 2 home runs, a double, and 6 RBIs over the four games.

The Sky Sox took the lead in the fourth, though, scoring five times off reliever Curtis Partch to go ahead by two. The big hit in the inning came from Colorado Springs’ pinch-hitter Chris Nelson. With the bases loaded, Nelson – who came into the at bat hitting just .158 in his last ten games (3-for-19)  roped a bases-clearing double down the right-field line.

Four of Colorado Springs’ runs in the inning were unearned as Adam Duvall committed his team-leading 10th error of the season on a throw to first. In the series, the River Cats committed eight errors and surrendered 11 unearned runs.

The River Cats were unable to generate a comeback as the Sky Sox bullpen limited them to just three hits over the final five innings. Jarrett Parker, who started the day with 499 career hits, was 0-2 with two walks on the afternoon, postponing the milestone for at least another game.

The River Cats are now 23-29 and will head to Oklahoma City to take on the OKC Dodgers. The Dodgers are 34-15 heading into their game tonight and are in first in the American Northern Division. Nik Turley (0-1, 13.50) will kick things off for the River Cats. The Dodgers will counter with right-hander Joe Wieland (4-1, 5.45). First pitch is 5:05 p.m. PDT. The game can be heard live online at rivercats.com and will join in progress at 6:00 p.m. on ESPN 1320.

Game Recap Courtesy Of The Sacramento River Cats Media Relations

Sacramento River Cats Wins Second Straight Beat Colorado Sky Sox 10-5

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COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – The Sacramento River Cats won their second straight as they took game three of their four game series with the Colorado Springs Sky Sox 10-5. After snapping a franchise long losing streak on Saturday, Sacramento was backed on Sunday by a pair of home runs by Jarrett Parker and a strong pitching performance from Robert Coello.

Sacramento wasted little time getting on the board Sunday. After the first four batters of the game had been retired, Parker stepped up and crushed his 10th home run of the year over the right field fence, putting his club up 1-0. Two batters later, the River Cats added to their lead on a Trevor Brown single, driving in Juan Perez.

Colorado Springs struck for their first run of the ballgame in the bottom of the second on a two-out single by Pete Orr. The River Cats countered in the third with an Adam Duvall RBI single, scoring Ehire Adrianza, who reached on a walk and advanced first-to-third on a wild pitch. Sacramento added another run in the fourth on a bases-loaded single by Casey McGehee.

The Sky Sox got back on the board with a run in the bottom of the fourth, as Nevin Ashley scored on a throwing error by the catcher Trevor Brown. However, the River Cats didn’t take long to strike back, as in the fifth inning Parker hit his second homer of the day to put Sacramento up 5-2. Parker finished the day 2-for-4 with 2 home runs, a walk, and 2 RBI. The 2-hit day moves Parker one hit shy of 500 for his minor league career.

Colorado Springs put up a threat in the sixth, scoring two early runs and loading the bases with nobody out. Coello, however, managed to escape the inning with a one-run lead still intact. In the seventh, McGehee led off the inning with his first home run as a River Cat, providing padding the lead for Coello. McGehee finished the day 2-for-4 with a walk and 2 RBI. The River Cats plated four more insurance runs in the final two innings to secure the victory.

Coello (6-3, 3.50) pitched well and earned the win in his PCL leading eleventh start of the year, pitching 7 innings while allowing 4 runs (3 earned) on 7 hits. He walked 2 and struck out 4. His counterpart, right-hander Drew Gagnon (1-7, 7.91), lasted 5 innings while allowing 5 runs (all earned) on 9 hits, striking out 2.

The River Cats will go for the series victory on Monday. Sacramento’s starting pitcher has yet to be announced, but the Sky Sox will be sending right-hander Tyler Cravy (5-4, 4.04) to the mound. First pitch is scheduled for 11:35 a.m. (PT) and can be heard on rivercats.com. Following the game, the River Cats will head to Oklahoma City to begin four game set with the Oklahoma City Dodgers.

Game Recap – Courtesy of Sacramento River Cats Media Relations

Three-Run Sixth Inning Lifts River Cats Over The Colorado Sky Sox 4-3; Sacramento Snaps 10-Game Skid

Photos By Shawn Jonas

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – The Sacramento River Cats took game two of their four-game series with the Colorado Sky Sox 4-3, ending their 10-game losing streak. A three-run sixth inning and a dominant showing by the bullpen put the River Cats over the edge.

The River Cats fell behind 2-1 early, but kept things close through the first five innings. In the sixth, they scored three runs to take their first lead of the game. A single by Casey McGehee led off the big inning, and a single from Hector Sanchez brought home McGehee to tie the game up. Both Jarrett Parker and Juan Perez drew consecutive walks, loading the bases. Carlos Triunfel’s single scored Sanchez and Parker to give the River Cats a 4-2 lead. That would be enough, as the bullpen held the line en route to a 4-3 win.

The Colorado Sky Sox got on the board first with a two-run double by starting pitcher Josh Roenicke in the fourth. The River Cats immediately responded back in the fifth, leading off the inning with a double by Juan Perez. A wild pitch from Roenicke allowed Perez to score Sacramento’s first run of the game.

Clayton Blackburn pitched in and out of jams all night, but the Sky Sox got the best of him in the fourth inning. Blackburn appeared to have grip issues, which led to him having trouble finding the strike zone, throwing more pitches, and possibly contributing to his throwing error. Blackburn pitched just 3.2 innings, allowing 2 runs on 4 hits and 3 walks with 1 strikeout. He threw 75 pitches, 43 for strikes.

Clay Rapada picked up Blackburn, getting the last out of the fourth without allowing any more damage. Cory Gearrin, Brett Bochy, Steven Okert, and Cody Hall combined to pitch the rest of the game, allowing just one run over 5.1 innings. They struck out a total of six while walking just two. Gearrin (1-0, 1.23) picked up his first win of the season. Hall recorded the save for Sacramento, also his first.
Tonight’s win is the River Cats’ first since 5/18 when they beat the Albuquerque Isotopes on the road, 12-5. Over the last 10 games, the River Cats were outscored 32-63 and committed 15 errors. The 10-game streak is also the longest in franchise history.

Game three of the series will bring RHP Robert Coello (5-3, 3.45) to the mound for the River Cats, while Colorado will counter with RHP Drew Gagnon (1-6, 7.78). Coello pitched 5 innings in his last outing, allowing 2 runs on just 3 hits. His five wins are tied for second in the PCL heading into Sunday’s contest. First pitch is set for tomorrow at 12:35 p.m. (PT).

Game Recap Courtesy of the Sacramento River Cats Media Relations

Solid Start By Black Burn Yet River Cats Offense Can’t Get Going Fall To Nashville Sounds 5-0

May 25, 2015 4:53 PM PT

SACRAMENTO, Calif. – 9,447 gathered at Raley Field on Memorial Day to watch as the Sacramento River Cats welcomed the Nashville Sounds (Oakland Athletics) to West Sacramento for the first time in two years. Clayton Blackburn kept the River Cats close, but the offense couldn’t find their footing as Sacramento was shut out for just the second time this season, 5-0.

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A day after recording one hit in six innings, the River Cats offense again sputtered. They scattered four hits across the first four innings and erased any potential threats by grounding into two double plays. Darren Ford was also picked off trying to steal in the first. The River Cats were unable to muster any kind of offense after that, going hitless with just three baserunners – a hit by pitch, a walk, and reached on a fielder’s choice – in the fifth through ninth innings.

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One of Sacramento’s hits belonged to Adam Duvall, who extended his hit streak to nine games with his second-inning single. Duvall is still carrying a .322 average (15th in the PCL) through 45 games this season, to go with a league-leading 26 extra-base hits.

Blackburn was solid for Sacramento, keeping the River Cats in the game and really only running into trouble in the fourth inning. Two walks and two singles led to a 2-0 Nashville lead and loaded the bases, but Blackburn got the Sounds’ Joey Wendle to ground out to end the inning. He kept the Sounds scoreless otherwise before exiting after the fifth. He threw 97 pitches in the outing, 65 for strikes.

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The Sounds continued to add on to their lead, scoring once in the sixth and again in the seventh against River Cats’ reliever Juan Gutierrez. They knocked in their fifth run in the ninth, stretching their lead to five. First baseman and former River Cat Anthony Aliotti was 3-for-5 with 2 RBIs and a run scored for Nashville.

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Blackburn took the loss on the afternoon and is now 1-3 with a 5.06 ERA. Sounds’ reliever Jim Fuller (1-0) picked up the win for Nashville while Brock Huntzinger notched the three-inning save, his first of the season.

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After starting the season 5-0 in day games, the River Cats have won just two of their last seven matinee contests. They’ll have another chance in Thursday’s 12:05 p.m. finale with the Sounds.

Before then, the River Cats will face former Giant and River Cats star Barry Zito (1-4, 5.29) tomorrow night. The veteran lefty will be making his first start at Raley Field since 2000. Opposing him will be Sacramento’s RHP Robert Coello (5-2, 3.44) as he goes for his league-leading sixth win. First pitch is set for 7:05 p.m.

*All Photos by Shawn Jonas

 

Colorado Springs Sky Sox Make It Rain Beat River Cats 8-3; Extends Sacramentos’ Losing Streak To 10

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – After a rain delay that postponed first pitch by over an hour, left-hander Ty Blach took the mound in his home state of Colorado Friday night and pitched 4 quality innings before the defense struggled behind him in the fifth. Sacramento River Cats committed three errors in total on the night as they dropped their 10th straight with an 8-3 loss to the Colorado Springs Sky Sox.

Once the rain cleared, Sacramento wasted no time getting on the board, as with two out in the first, Jarrett Parker drove in Casey McGehee with an RBI single. McGehee had reached base on a line drive to center, and with smart base running turned it into a double as he advanced to second on the throw. Parker finished the night 2-for-3 with a walk. With those 2 hits, Parker is now just 3 hits shy of 500 for his Minor League Career.

Colorado Springs tied things up immediately, as the second pitch Blach threw on the night was hit over the right field wall by Scooter Gennett to tie the game. The Sky Sox applied pressure early with doubles in the first three innings, all with less than 2 outs, but Blach was able to escape each time to keep the score tied. Through the first four, he held the Sky Sox hitless (0-for-8) with runners in scoring position.

The Sky Sox finally struck in the fifth, putting up 6 runs on 5 hits, including a 2-run home run by Donnie Murphy. None of the runs in the inning were earned as the River Cats committed 2 errors in the frame, giving them three total on the night.

The River Cats got back on the board in the seventh on John Bowker’s two-run home run. The homer was his third of the season and put him at 500 career Minor League RBIs. The Sky Sox countered in the bottom half, tagging Clay Rapada for another run to push the score to 8-3.

Blach (4-5, 3.82) finished the night pitching 6 innings, allowing 7 runs (1 earned) on 11 hits, while walking just 1 and striking out 2. He continues to throw strikes and still maintains the league’s best BB/9 (1.03). His counterpart, Tyler Thornburg (1-2, 4.41), lasted 6.1 innings, allowing 3 runs (all earned) on 7 hits, striking out 4.

The River Cats will look to end their skid Saturday night as they send right-hander Clayton Blackburn (1-3, 5.07) to the hill. Opposing him for the Sky Sox will be righty Josh Roenicke (2-1, 5.12). First pitch is scheduled for 5:05 p.m. (PT) and can be heard live on rivercats.com and on ESPN 1320.

Game Recap Courtesy of Sacramento River Cats Media Relations

Nashville Sounds Stay Loud Silence Sacramento 3-2; River Cats Drop Their Ninth Straight Game

Photos by Shawn Jonas

SACRAMENTO, Calif.Kevin Correia took the mound Thursday determined to end the River Cats’ losing streak, throwing seven shutout innings for Sacramento. Despite his excellent start – and two River Cats home runs – the Sounds rallied in the eighth to take a lead they would not give up as the River Cats dropped their ninth in a row 3-2.

Correia kept the Nashville Sounds off-balance and off the bases for most of the afternoon, scattering 6 hits and 1 walk across his seven innings while striking out 5. He coaxed Nashville into seven groundball outs, including three inning-ending double plays. He threw 97 pitches in the outing, 65 for strikes. It was just the third time this season that a Sacramento River Cats starter notched seven complete innings (Ty Blach, 4/11 and 5/18).

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The River Cats only managed three hits against the Sounds, although two of them were big solo home runs off the bats of Jarrett Parker and John Bowker. Parker reached base three times in the game, going 2-for-2 with a home run, a single, and a walk. With two hits today, he is now just 5 away from reaching 500 career minor league hits.

Nashville rallied for 3 runs on 3 hits and a hit by pitch in the eighth inning against Sacramento’s lefty Steven Okert. The Sounds’ Jason Pridie roped a two-run triple down the right field line in the inning to cap his afternoon and his series. Pridie hit .467 (7-for-15) with 5 extra-base hits, including a home run, and 4 RBIs against the River Cats.

With today’s loss, the River Cats have now dropped nine in a row, tying their franchise record. The River Cats also lost nine straight in 2011, from June 26 through July 7. The loss also marks the first time that the River Cats have lost all eight games of an eight-game homestand.

Sacramento will look to turn things around on their upcoming road trip. They’ll start a four-game set in Colorado Springs tomorrow night behind LHP Ty Blach (4-4, 4.07). Taking the mound for the Sky Sox is RHP Tyler Thornburg (0-2, 4.45). After that, the River Cats will head to Oklahoma City to take on the Dodgers. First pitch for tomorrow’s game is 6:05 PT and the game can be heard live on rivercats.com and ESPN 1320.

Game Recap Courtesy of Sacramento River Cats Media Relations

Late Comeback Falls Short Sacramento River Cats Drop The Final Game In The Series To Memphis Redbirds 5-4

May 24, 2015 4:03 PM PT

SACRAMENTO, Calif. – The Sacramento River Cats dropped their final game of the series to the Memphis Redbirds by a score of 5-4. Sacramento made a late comeback push, but came up short on Sunday afternoon as they suffered their first home sweep of 2015.

The River Cats were down 5-1 in the 8th when Juan Ciriaco led off the inning with a single. Juan Perez reached on a Redbirds error before Brett Jackson hit his third home run of the season out to the grassy berm in right field, cutting the Memphis lead to one. The River Cats had two more hits in the inning, both singles from Darren Ford and Adam Duvall, but were unable to score again.

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Duvall extended his hitting streak to eight games with his 8th inning single. His longest hitting streak this season is 11 games, spanning from 4/11 to 4/21. The River Cats as a team have had four players with a hit-streak of eight games or more.

Memphis got on the board first for the third game in a row, jumping out ahead to a 4-0 lead in the 2nd. The Redbirds strung together a number of bloop base hits and drew two walks in the inning. They added another in the 5th on an RBI-double from Xavier Scruggs.

Sacramento’s offense got off to a slow start, scoring their first run in the 7th on a Carlos Triunfel sacrifice fly. Jackson’s three-run homer in the 8th kept the River Cats in the game, but on its own wasn’t enough for Sacramento.

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Left-hander Ty Blach started for Sacramento, pitching six innings and allowing 5 runs (4 earned) on 8 hits and 3 walks with 5 strikeouts. Blach wasn’t his usual self on the mound, walking three and hitting his first batter of the season. With the loss, he falls to 4-4 with a 4.07 ERA. Zach Petrick picked up his third win for the Redbirds, while Tyler Waldron recorded his first save of the season.

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Tomorrow’s game will bring longtime River Cats affiliate Oakland back to Sacramento for the first time with their new Triple-A affiliate, the Nashville Sounds. Sacramento will send Clayton Blackburn (1-2, 5.51) to the mound in tomorrow’s series opener. The Sounds will counter with lefty Sean Nolin (0-0, 1.04). First pitch is set for 1:05 p.m. PT.

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The Sacramento River Cats are the Triple-A affiliate of the 2014 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 2015 season by calling the River Cats Ticket Hotline at (916) 371-HITS (4487). For more information about the River Cats, visit www.rivercats.com