can be found here. No seriously, they are a lot of fun to watch, they are the AAA and PCL champs, and it should be considered a 25-50% discount on going to A's games. You can take Amtrak to Sacramento and walk across the the river (or take a shuttle) to the game. Outfield seats are $6, parking (if you drive) is $8...and they offer the best tri-tip sandwhich outside of Kinders (located just behind home plate), and beer/snacks are relatively cheap. Plus you can watch all the young talent the A's acquired become future stars and see the obligatory injured "vets" that come around annually for rehab purposes. It was a lot of fun to watch guys like Ethier and Swisher when they were at Sacramento, and even AAAA players like Koonce and Bobby Smith. Jairo/Santiago will have conversations with you in Spanish. Nobody throws bullpen chairs.
In all seriousness, while the A's continually talk about Fremont, they should have considered Sacramento more carefully. At least we know the RiverCats are safe from relocation...I think. AN, what do you think?