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Previewing The 2014 Sacramento River Cats

Stephen Vogt headlines the River Cats' line-up.

The Sacramento River Cats missed the post-season last year, a rare occurrence in the Capitol City. Will Sacramento have the horses to return to the promised land in 2014? Chris Biderman previews the Oakland A's Triple-A affiliate.

To view the entire Sacramento River Cats' roster, please click here. Overview Year after year it seems the Sacramento River Cats are either littered with top prospects or veterans with previous experience playing at Raley Field. But in 2014, it will be difficult to find recognizable faces - at least initially. For the first time since 2010, Michael Taylor will not be donning a River Cats...

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