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Monday 6th January, 2014 The club is looking to hire clean team members, emergency medical technicians, ushers, Kids Corner representatives, Merlino's Freeze workers and others. There are also full-time positions being filled in ticket sales and
The River Cats open the season on the road at Salt Lake City on April 3 and play its home-opener on April 11, also against the Buzz. The River Cats will play a rare home double header on April 13 against Salt Lake City. The Pacific Coast League has
Albuquerque, El Paso, Las Vegas and Salt Lake will comprise the South Division...Their home opener is April 11 against Salt Lake. rivercats.
With rosters expanding Sunday, the A's called up four players from Triple-A Sacramento: infielders Jemile Weeks and Andy Parrino, reliever Pedro Figueroa and outfielder and 2010 first-round draft pick Michael Choice. Manager Bob Melvin said none of
He is hitting .444 in two rehabilitation games with Sacramento. Norris broke his left big toe on Aug. 21. So close: Tacoma scored five runs in the eighth inning to lead 10-9. Today: River Cats RHP Arnold Leon (4-3, 4.21 ERA) vs. Tacoma RHP Andrew
The A's made their first round of September call-ups this morning, recalling Jemile Weeks, Andy Parrino and Pedro Figueroa and selecting Michael Choice from Triple-A Sacramento...Manager Bob Melvin said that none of the call-ups are end-of-season
The defeat, coupled with an 8-6 win by Las Vegas over Tucson, leaves the Cats three games behind the 51s in the Pacific Conference South Division with two to play. Tough one: River Cats starter Bruce Billings missed his third and final opportunity
Aliotti went 1 for 4 and extended his hitting streak to nine games. Arms race: River Cats left-hander Carlos Hernandez struck out two, but gave up three earned runs off seven hits in five innings of work and suffered his third loss of the season.
Contributing writer It wasn't the way Forrest Snow wanted his first start this season with the Tacoma Rainiers to begin two walks and a single loaded up the bases for visiting Sacramento in the first inning. Take a deep breath and keep attacking,
Tacoma Rainiers stifle Sacramento River Cats, 7-1 Forrest Snow pitched five shutout innings and relievers Nick Hill and Logan Bawcom held Sacramento in check to lead the Tacoma Rainiers to a 7-1 Pacific Coast League win over the River Cats on Friday