Valentine’s Day Dinger Grams now available
Annual River Cats-themed gifts delivered by mascot Dinger
West Sacramento, Calif. — Just in time for the 2023 baseball season, Dinger, the faithful mascot of the Sacramento River Cats, is back on the road making house calls with the fan-favorite Dinger Grams.
This Valentine gift is perfect for any die-hard River Cats fan. The 2023 Dinger Gram includes
River Cats to host annual job fair Feb. 11 at Sutter Health Park
More than 200 part-time positions available for hire
West Sacramento, Calif. — The Sacramento River Cats, Triple-A affiliate of the San Francisco Giants, are gearing up for the 2023 baseball season with their annual job fair on Saturday, Feb. 11 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. (PT) at Sutter Health Park.
Those wanting to work with the River
River Cats open national anthem auditions for 2023 season
Performers may submit a full a cappella demo of The Star-Spangled Banner by Feb. 10
West Sacramento, Calif. — Show off your singing voice or musical skills in front of thousands with your own rendition of The Star-Spangled Banner. The Sacramento River Cats, Triple-A affiliate of the San Francisco Giants, are excited to open national anthem auditions at Sutter Health Park for the 2023 baseball
River Cats and Jackson Rancheria Casino Resort form new partnership for 2023 season
Amador County’s award-winning casino assumes naming rights for Sutter Health Park’s all-inclusive Legacy Club
West Sacramento, Calif. — The Sacramento River Cats and Jackson Rancheria Casino Resort are thrilled to jointly announce their multiyear agreement on the naming rights of Sutter Health Park’s Legacy Club, the all-inclusive, 5,000 square foot indoor/outdoor upscale multipurpose space.
“We couldn’t be more excited to make this announcement with
River Cats and Giants Offseason Update (12/5-12/19) — Part 2
6 former River Cats sign with new teams, 2022 award-winner selected in MiLB Rule 5 Draft
Monday recapped all the additions to the San Francisco Giants organization. Here’s a look at where some former River Cats have signed over the past few weeks.
Lefty Enmanuel De Jesus, the co-winner of the River Cats’ Pitcher of the Year award in 2022, signed a Minor League deal with
River Cats and Giants Offseason Update (12/5-12/19) — Part 1
Giants sign five newcomers, re-sign two former River Cats
The San Francisco Giants have been busy over the past few weeks, with seven Minor League free agent signings that could impact the River Cats next season.
The most notable signing was infielder Donovan Walton. The 28-year-old Walton has 61 games at the Major League level, 24 with San Francisco.
River Cats add “super” twist to 2023 Giant Pack for holiday season
Limited-time Giant Pack Marvel Edition available for purchase Dec. 12-16, includes first chance at ticket to Marvel’s Defenders of the Diamond Night on Saturday, Aug. 5
West Sacramento, Calif. — The Sacramento River Cats, Triple-A affiliate of the San Francisco Giants, have bolstered their fan-favorite Giant Pack for the holiday season with the release of the Giant Pack Marvel Edition.
The Giant Pack Marvel Edition, which is exclusively available from Dec. 12-16, has over a $500
River Cats and Giants Offseason Update (11/28-12/4)
Giants add young righty, 3 former River Cats sign with new organizations
The Winter Meetings are officially underway. In addition to Major League free-agent signings, the San Francisco Giants could improve their depth in the upper Minors.
The Giants added one right-handed pitcher via waivers last week, while three former River Cats signed with new organizations.
40-Man roster additions
San Francisco’s lone
River Cats and Giants Offseason Update (11/15-11/27)
Catch up with the San Francisco Giants latest moves that affect the River Cats
The MLB offseason has officially been underway for a few weeks.
Two former River Cats signed with other organizations, one was traded, two were added to the Giants’ 40-man roster, and one was re-signed to a minor league contract.
Additionally, the Giants signed three to minor league deals and acquired
River Cats’ 3B Schmitt wins MiLB 2022 Rawlings Gold Glove Award®
Fellow Giants prospect Bailey also earns defensive honor
West Sacramento, Calif. — Minor League Baseball and Rawlings Sporting Goods Company, Inc. announced the nine 2022 Rawlings Gold Glove Award® winners, with Sacramento infielder Casey Schmitt earning the nod at third base.
“We are pleased to recognize these nine players with a Rawlings Gold Glove Award for their defensive
River Cats’ Marvel-designed apparel officially on sale
Merchandise available for purchase online and at the On Deck Shop
West Sacramento, Calif. — The Sacramento River Cats, proud Triple-A affiliate of the San Francisco Giants, are thrilled to officially open the sale of their Marvel-designed merchandise.
The new gear is available online at Rivercats.com, and at the On Deck Shop at Sutter Health Park. All items, including sweatshirts, T-shirts,
River Cats’ Villar named PCL MVP
Current Giants infielder also named Post-Season All-Star in debut Triple-A season
West Sacramento, Calif. — Minor League Baseball announced Triple-A league awards and All-Star teams on Monday, with Sacramento River Cats infielder David Villar being named the PCL’s MVP, as voted by league managers.
In addition to MVP, Villar is also the PCL’s Post-Season All-Star third baseman after hitting .275 with
River Cats Nine Lives Podcast: Tristan Beck
Sacramento righty Tristan Beck joined Johnny Doskow on episode 31 of the River Cats Nine Lives Podcast
River Cats righty Tristan Beck joined Johnny Doskow to discuss his journey to Stanford, the adjustments he made in his first Triple-A season, and more on the latest episode of the River Cats Nine Lives Podcast.
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World Series MVP and River Cats go hand in hand
Did you know that four World Series MVPs have played for the River Cats in their 23-year history?
There’s potentially just two games left in the 2022 MLB season, with the Houston Astros leading the Philadelphia Phillies three games to two.
In the 23 seasons of baseball in West Sacramento, four River Cats have won the coveted Willie Mays World Series MVP Award.
Let’s take a look at
3 former River Cats have chance to take home World Series rings
Dubón, Smith, and Plassmeyer have chance at history with World Series starting Friday
The 2022 MLB season has come down to two teams as the Houston Astros and Philadelphia Phillies face off in the World Series, which starts Friday.
The Astros, the American League’s No. 1 seed, has two past River Cats players, one of which is also a Sacramento product.
MiLB and Marvel Entertainment release new Marvel-Designed River Cats Logo for 2023 season
Merchandise goes on sale Nov. 18 online and at the On Deck Shop
West Sacramento, Calif. — In conjunction with MiLB and Marvel Entertainment, the Sacramento River Cats are excited to release their Marvel-inspired River Cats logo for the 2023 season.
MiLB and Marvel Entertainment announced Marvel’s Defenders of the Diamond a year ago with plans to “collaborate and co-create content for both
Donaldson, Johnson, Dubón highlight former River Cats fighting for World Series
All 4 remaining Postseason teams have former River Cats
The League Championship Series are underway, and all four remaining teams boast former Sacramento River Cats.
In the American League, the Houston Astros (No. 1 seed) open their series with the New York Yankees (No. 2 seed) on Wednesday.
Houston has two past Sacramento players. Utility player Maurcio Dubón was
Former River Cats take over MLB Postseason
Get ready for Postseason baseball as 12 former River Cats are competing for the World Series.
The playoffs begin Friday, Oct. 7 with 12 teams fighting to be the last one standing.
In the American League, the Houston Astros (No. 1 seed) and New York Yankees (No. 2 seed) have first-round byes. Houston will take on the winner of the Seattle Mariners and Toronto Blue Jays,