The Salt Lake Bees let one inning cost them a game in a 6-4 loss to the Sacramento River Cats on Friday night in front of an announced 11,918 in Smith's Ballpark. The loss evened the series at one win apiece. Sacramento (36-55) scored six runs in the fourth inning on three hits, two walks, three errors and a sacrifice fly to break open what had been a scoreless game up until that point.
Bees outfielder Shane Robinson went 2 for 5 and now has 14 multi-hit performances in his last 18 games. Robinson, who is batting .340, is just one of the red-hot hitting outfielders for the Bees (51-41), who'll add Eric Young Jr. from the majors in the next couple days to a group that already includes Cesar Puello (.393 batting average and 26 RBIs in 30 games with Salt Lake) and Ramon Flores (.314 average, 46 RBIs).