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2012 Year In Review: River Cats' Offense

Taylor ws an on-base machine.

The Sacramento River Cats had yet another standout season, while also providing a steady stream of talent to the AL West champion Oakland A's. Chris Biderman takes a look back at the River Cats' 2012 season, starting with the Sacramento offense.

Team Overview Year after year, the Sacramento River Cats find a way to overcome the promotions of their best players to the major leagues to finish as one of the Pacific Coast League's best teams. This season was no different, as the oft-depleted A's Triple-A affiliate finished with the league's best record (83-58) and won its 11th division championship in 13 years since moving to Sacramento – a...

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