The Oklahoma City RedHawks earned a series split with the Sacramento River Cats on Sunday behind a potent offensive attack in a 9-3 victory at Raley Field.
The RedHawks (25-17) scattered 10 hits and scored first for the first time all series when Sacramento third baseman Josh Horton's throwing error allowed a run in the third inning.
Oklahoma City then added three more runs in the fourth and the rout was on.
Sacramento (24-19) beat Oklahoma City 6-3 late Saturday night.
AT THE PLATE
Fernando Martinez and former Oklahoma State catcher Jason Jaramillo each drove in two runs, with Jaramillo's two-run double in the fourth capping the hot start. Martinez went 2 for 4 and Jaramillo went 1 for 3, respectively.
Shane Peterson and Michael Choice each drove a run in for Sacramento.
ON THE MOUND
Oklahoma City limited Sacramento to just four hits, but walked a season-high nine.
Right-hander Brad Peacock (1-1) earned the win, throwing five innings and allowing one earned run on three hits.
Sacramento starter Justin Thomas (2-3) had allowed just one run in his two previous starts entering Sunday, but allowed seven runs — four of which were earned — in four innings of work.
The RedHawks continue their 13-game road trip when they open a series in Fresno at 9 p.m. Monday night.