EUGENE, Ore.– The Eugene Emeralds celebrated the 4th of July a day early at PK Park with a fireworks show, but before that, the Ems’ bats erupted in a 6-1 win over Spokane. Jalen Goree, a walk-off hero on Thursday night, started the scoring off for Eugene with an RBI single in the third. Later … Continue reading »
EUGENE, Ore.– “One of the biggest things that was a wake-up call was, towards the end of spring training, we had 10 or 15 guys get released and it was like, ‘Okay, this really a job.’” In his second season with Eugene, Emeralds catcher Mike Miller is already seeing the difference between life as a … Continue reading »
Courtesy: Eugene Emeralds EUGENE, Ore.– The Emeralds clinched at least a series split with a walkoff win against Spokane. In the top of the first it looked like the Indians might get on the board when they used a pair of singles and a walk to load the bases with one out. Thomas Dorminy, Eugene’s … Continue reading »
Courtesy: Eugene Emeralds EUGENE, OR – The Emeralds hosted the Spokane Indians in a see-saw game 4 of a 6-game series. The Indians struck first off Ems starter Logan Jernigan when leadoff man Seth Spivey doubled and scored after a pair of pass balls. Eugene would get on the board in the bottom … Continue reading »
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Courtesy: Eugene Emeralds EUGENE, OR – The Emeralds and Indians split a doubleheader Monday afternoon. Eugene was the road team in their own ballpark for game one as the two teams made up a rain out from a game originally scheduled to be played June 17 in Spokane. The Ems offense was ready to go right out … Continue reading »
Courtesy: Eugene Emeralds EUGENE, Ore.– The Emeralds came into Saturday night’s game looking to salvage the final game of a three-game series against the rival Volcanoes. They ran into a left-handed starter for the Volcanoes in Andrew Leenhouts who was determined to bring home the sweep. Leenhouts retired the first 15 men that he faced … Continue reading »
EUGENE, Ore.– The Eugene Emeralds and Salem Volcanoes combined for a Northwest League record-breaking 39 strikeouts in a game that featured jaw-dropping pitching and big hits. In the top of the 14th inning, Salem’s Fernando Pujadas hit a solo home run to eventually win, 5-4.
EUGENE– The Ems returned home from Tri-City to open an eight-game home stand. Trae Santos’ Sunday Sports Extra Top-5 nominee wasn’t enough to keep Salem-Keizer from a 5-2 win. Watch highlights here.
Courtesy: Eugene Emeralds After an offensive explosion the night before that saw the Ems triumph, 8-7, it was the Dust Devils who prevailed in a pitchers duel Wednesday night, this time by the final score of 1-0. Entering tonight’s ballgame, the Ems had scored first in seven of their past nine games, but the Dust … Continue reading »