Turning point: Anthony Recker's single drove in Josh Donaldson in the bottom of the 10th to beat the Memphis Redbirds 3-2 in walk-off fashion.
Major league moment: Making his second rehab start with the River Cats, Brandon McCarthy needed just 73 pitches, gave up two hits, two walks and struck out nine in six scoreless innings.
Take a bow: Jermaine Mitchell went 3 for 4 with a run scored. Grant Green singled in the eighth, extending his hitting streak to a season-high-tying 11 games.
Who's hot: The 3-2 victory over the Redbirds gives the River Cats their second series sweep and their second five-game winning streak of the season. Sacramento is in first place, 5 1/2 games ahead of Las Vegas in the Pacific Conference's South Division.
Today: River Cats LHP Brett Anderson (0-0, 5.63 ERA, rehab start) vs. Nashville RHP Wily Peralta (6-9, 4.94 ERA), 6:05 p.m. at Raley Field.
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