Earlier today, San Francisco sent 2 players to their AAA affiliate Sacramento Rivercats. Pitcher Shaun Anderson and outfielder Steven Duggar will both begin the season in Sacramento whenever the season decides to kick off.
Anderson had an off Spring Training, going 0-1 in 4 games with only 5 strikeouts against his first 25 batters he faced. He had an ERA of 19.29 in only 4.2 innings pitched with 3 homers and 1 walk issued. Last season, the University of Florida alum was 3-5 in 28 games and made 16 starts for then manager Bruce Bochy. He also recorded 2 saves and had 70 strikeouts in 96 innings with a 5.44 ERA during his rookie campaign.
Steven Duggar was also sent down to begin the season with the Rivercats. His 2019 season was cut to 73 games due to shoulder problems, he finished with 4 homers and drove in 28 runs with a .234 average in those games. While with Sacramento, the Clemson alum hit .337 in 23 games with 3 home runs and 13 RBIs including 6 doubles and a triple.