The El Paso Chihuahuas have the second-best record in the Pacific Coast League at 47-29 but surprisingly have been much better on the road than at home. They stand two games above .500 in Southwest University Stadium while 28-12 away from their home confines. The team looks to bounce back from tonight’s 7-4 loss to Tacoma.
Starting tomorrow, the Chihuahuas will welcome the Sacramento River Cats and their 39-37 record. The River Cats have been very good on the road with a 22-14 record, but in their previous series with El Paso, they lost three of four games.