The RedHawks' losing streak has hit double digits.

OKC's offense put some runs up Monday night, but the pitching couldn't hold on in an 8-5 loss to the Sacramento River Cats.

Trailing 4-1 in the bottom of the third, Matt Downs doubled home two runners to cut the River Cats' lead to 4-3.

Oklahoma City even took the lead in the fourth when J.B. Shuck hit an RBI single to put OKC on top 5-4, but it was déjà vu for OKC.

The RedHawks' bullpen allowed four runs to score in the game's final four innings, and it is loss number 10 in a row.

The ‘Hawks will look for better luck when they open up a four-game home series with Fresno starting Tuesday night in Bricktown.