CATS PELTED WITH RAIN, HOME RUNS IN LOSS
Jake Goebbert hit two home runs, but host Tacoma had four in an 8-5 victory over Sacramento on Monday night that was called because of rain after seven innings.
Long balls galore:
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River Cats starter Zach Neal allowed four homers in 52/3 innings, including two by Chris Taylor and back-to-back shots by Taylor and James Jones in the third inning.
On this day: Philip Humber pitched the seventh inning for the River Cats on the two-year anniversary of his perfect game for the Chicago White Sox at Seattle.
Today: River Cats RHP Josh Lindblom (1-1, 7.79 ERA) vs. Tacoma TBA, 6:05 p.m., Cheney Stadium.