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next door to the home. great venue for concerts and the home of the sf giants team the rivercats
Many cities have beloved sports teams, but few treat sports events — even minor league baseball games — as much like a nightlife activity as Sacramento, where eating a Merlino’s freeze while watching a River Cats game at West Sacramento’s Raley Field is a favorite way to spend an evening.
Home of the SF Giants AAA affiliate RiverCats baseball team. Fireworks most summer weekends.
Raley Field is the home of the Sacramento River Cats minor league baseball team in the Pacific Coast League. Great ballpark, lots of fun!
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