River Cats Win Record 6th-Straight Division Championship
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COLORADO SPRINGS (CBS13) – The Sacramento River Cats have won their sixth-straight Pacific Coast League division championship Wednesday.
Jemile Weeks’ two-out, two-run double in the ninth inning lifted the River Cats to a 4-3 win at Security Service Field.
The River Cats became the first team to win four-straight division titles in 2010.
Since the turn of the century, no other professional sports franchise has won as many division titles as the River Cats.
“I am so happy for manager Darren Bush and his coaching staff, all of the River Cats players, and our loyal fans, who have supported this franchise throughout this incredible run of championships,” said River Cats general manager Jeff Savage agreed.
The River Cats will open the first round of the playoffs at Raley Field on Sept. 5, and Sept. 6.