River Cats’ Drew Robinson—Suicide Survivor—Announces Retirement, Transition To Mental Health AdvocateSacramento River Cats player Drew Robinson, who survived a suicide attempt last year that took one of his eyes, announced his retirement and said he is joining the San Francisco Giants' front office as an advocate for mental health.
100+ Positions Available At Sacramento River Cats Job Fair Happening TuesdayThe Sacramento River Cats will host their annual job fair Tuesday afternoon.
River Cats Lefty Kazmir Joins US Olympic Baseball SquadScott Kazmir, the 37-year-old River Cats lefty who was sent down to the minors from San Francisco, was one of a dozen pitchers named to the 2021 USA Olympic Baseball Team.
SF Giants Pitcher Gregory Santos Suspended 80 Games For Positive Stanozolol TestSan Francisco Giants reliever Gregory Santos was suspended for 80 games without pay under Major League Baseball's drug program on Tuesday following a positive test for Stanozolol.
River Cats' Fans Brave The Heat In First Game WIth Full Capacity AvailabilityFans received a warm welcome in more ways than one at the Sacramento River Cats' first game with full capacity availability Thursday.
Sacramento River Cats To Allow Fans At Full Capacity Beginning June 17Sutter Health Park will return to full capacity when the Sacramento River Cats kick off a 12-game homestand on June 17.
Free Beer And Hotdogs: River Cats Welcome Fans Back For Opening Night, Offer Vaccine PerksIt's opening night for the Sacramento River Cats, and free beer is being given away to fans who opt to get the COVID-19 vaccine at the game.
Drew Robinson, Giants Prospect Who Lost Eye In Suicide Attempt, Smashes First Homer Since ComebackComeback stories are the backbone of American sports and there may be none better this year than San Francisco Giants minor leaguer Drew Robinson.
3 More A’s-Giants Alternate Site Scrimmages Scheduled At Sutter Health ParkThree more Alternate Site scrimmages between the San Francisco Giants and Oakland Athletics have been scheduled at Sutter Health Park.
Score One For Re-Opening; Sacramento River Cats Baseball Season ReturnsSacramento Rivercats games will begin again this year — and fans will be allowed in the stands.
California Back In Action With Baseball, Music And Amusement Parks Soon Open To FansCalifornia health officials gave the green light to outdoor sports, events and amusement parks Friday, citing outside activities combined with mask-wearing can significantly reduce the risk of spreading COVID-19.
River Cats Announce 10-Year Extension Of Affiliation With San Francisco GiantsThe River Cats will be the San Francisco Giants’ Triple-A affiliate through the rest of the decade.
River Cats Home Park To Host SF Giants ‘Taxi Squad’ For Shortened MLB SeasonThere will be some baseball activities at Sutter Health Park this season, despite MiLB canceling the season.
No River Cats, Ports Or Nuts Games This Year: MiLB Cancels 2020 SeasonBaseball's minor leagues canceled their seasons on Tuesday after Major League Baseball decided not to provide any players to its affiliated teams amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Sacramento Rivers Cats Unveil 2019 Triple-A Championship Ring, Fans Can Buy ReplicaThe Sacramento River Cats released the design for its Triple-A Championship ring and the team is giving fans a chance to buy a replica ring.