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Sacramento Notebook: Big 'O' For 'Cats

Taylor is the 'Cats hottest hitter.

It has been a strong start to the season for the Triple-A Sacramento River Cats. Chris Biderman updates us on the Sacramento season to date, with a focus on the team's hot-hitting offense and the development of three of the squad's young starting pitchers.

Stats through Friday, April 13, 2012 Team Overview The River Cats are hitting so well, the struggling Oakland A's might be wishing they could borrow some hits from their Triple-A counterparts. In the season's first nine games, Sacramento had 107 hits and averaged 6.7 runs per game while allowing a little more than four runs per game en route to a 6-3 record. The River Cats started the season... Recommended Stories

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