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This was the second game in the series to be postponed because of rain. Saturday's series opener was rained out and made up as part of a doubleheader Sunday. Monday's game was halted after seven innings because of rain. Thursday: The River Cats
Jake Goebbert hit two home runs, but host Tacoma had four in an 8-5 victory over Sacramento on Monday night that was called because of rain after seven innings. Long balls galore: River Cats starter Zach Neal allowed four homers in 52/3 innings,
He had no hits through five or six innings, Rainiers manager Roy Howell said...He works the box really well, and he did a nice job out there today. Howell was the hitting coach at Jackson before being promoted to the Rainiers as their new manager
Susac also walked twice and was hit by a pitch twice. Streak snapped: Despite reaching base three times, the River Cats Alden Carrithers had his 14-game hitting streak dating to last year end. Doing just fine: Entering Friday, River Cats
Fernando Nieve (2.70), Evan Scribner (0.00), Fernando Rodriguez (1.50) and Paul Smyth (0.00) have ERAs under 3.00. Today: River Cats RHP Arnold Leon (0-1, 6.00 ERA) vs. Fresno Grizzlies LHP Mike Kickham (0-2, 3.52), 7:05 p.m., Raley Field. Mark
Right-hander Matt Buschmann was placed on the disabled list. Today: River Cats RHP Zach Neal (0-0, no ERA) vs. Fresno RHP Jason Berken (1-0, 3.60), 12:05 p.m., Raley Field.
Eric Berger was looking forward to playing with the River Cats, a chance to pitch in front of family and friends. The Bee's 2004 Player of the Year from Woodcreek High School, Berger was released by the A's last Thursday, the eve of the Triple-A
Nate Freiman drove in the first two runs with a double in the first and a fielder's choice in the third. Game 2: The River Cats scored all three runs in the second inning on a wild pitch and RBI singles by Tyler Ladendorf and Shane Peterson.
Tyler Ladendorf had three hits and three RBIs, and Fernando Nieve had his second save in two nights to lead the River Cats to a 5-4 comeback victory over the Salt Lake Bees on Saturday night at Raley Field. Patient rewards: Through 10 games, the
Jim Dickinson was chasing down foul balls during the River Cats batting practice early Friday evening, bounding over green seats with abandon to fetch the goods. Craig Gilbert was on the opposite edge of Raley Field, bearing a program and pen,