Raley Field in Sacramento, home to the River Cats baseball team, has seven new storefront restaurants serving up gourmet hot dogs, hamburgers, Irish nachos, booze-spiked desserts and other twists on traditional ballpark fare.
Morse, a 2014 postseason hero, joined the River Cats on Saturday as he recovers from a hamstring injury in spring training. He wants to help a Giants team with a struggling lineup and an outfield depleted by injuries.
Christian Arroyo, the Giants’ top infield prospect, is batting .479 through his first 12 games with Triple-A Sacramento. The infielder was a first-round draft pick out of high school by the Giants in 2013 and has climbed steadily through the minors.
Christian Arroyo, the Giants’ top infield prospect, is batting .442 through his first 11 games with Triple-A Sacramento. The infielder was a first-round draft pick out of high school by the Giants in 2013 and has climbed steadily through the minors.
Trevor Brown, the San Francisco Giants’ backup catcher last season, was sidelined late this spring by a series of ailments. He went 1-for-3 in his debut Tuesday night against Triple-A Salt Lake and caught seven innings.
For the second consecutive night the Sacramento River Cats were rained out, this time making into the first inning against the visiting Tacoma Rainiers before a heavy spring storm caused the game to be suspended.
Brundage, 52, was hired to replace Jose Alguacil, who was promoted to the Giants’ first-base coaching job after one season as the River Cats’ manager. Brundage is managing his 12th season in Triple-A. The River Cats played their season opener Friday night.
Pitcher Tyler Beede and infielder Christian Arroyo both make the jump to Triple A this season. They are among a handful of River Cats players who appear on the cusp of reaching the majors as Sacramento plays its season opener at home Thursday night.