The Sacramento River Cats are Triple-A Champions after knocking off the Columbus Clippers in a winner-take-all matchup in Memphis, Tuesday night.

Caleb Baragar pitched lights out for the ‘Cats, going scoreless innings giving up just two hits and striking out five. The bullpen brought it home from their surrendering only one hit the rest of the way for a final score of 4-0.

This is the River Cats third Triple-A National Championship in their 20-year history. They previously won championships in back-to-back seasons in 2007 and 2008.

The River Cats were named the most valuable Triple-A baseball team by Forbes magazine in 2016.

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