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 Emeralds head coach Robbie Wine: Eugene Emeralds hitting coach Homer Bush: Eugene Emeralds infielder Trae Santos: Eugene Emeralds outfielder Nick Schulz: Eugene Emeralds pitcher Aaron Cressley Eugene Emeralds pitcher Chris Huffman:
Courtesy: Eugene Emeralds Media Services EUGENE, Ore.– Emeralds right hander Erik Cabrera entered his 10th start of the season still looking for his first victory. In the top of the 1st inning he walked the leadoff man Ian Parmley only to come back and strike out the next two hitters. Parmley stole second base for … Continue reading »
Courtesy: Eugene Emeralds Media Services EUGENE, Ore.– In game 4 of the series with Vancouve the Emeralds finally scored first, netting a run in the bottom of the 1st after a leadoff single and a fielding error by 1B L.B. Dantzler. Right hander Bryan Verbitsky gave Eugene 3 shutout innnigs of work allowing a hit … Continue reading »
Courtesy: Eugene Emeralds Media Services EUGENE, Ore.– For the third straight night Eugene fell behind in the early innings. Coby Cowgill was making his first start after coming out of the bullpen nine times this season. First baseman Dan Arcila doubled in catcher Michael Reeves to give Vancouver a 1-0 lead. The Emeralds offensive would … Continue reading »
Courtesy: Eugene Emeralds Media Services EUGENE, Ore.– For the second straight night Eugene fell behind in the early innings. Lefty starter Erik Schoenrock allowed one hit in the first two innings while striking out 5 Canadians. In the 3rd inning he walked the leadoff man David Harris and Vancouver scored a couple of runs using … Continue reading »
SPOKANE, Wash. — For the first time all series, the Eugene Emeralds did not score the first run in Spokane, but it did not change the result. The Spokane Indians scored twice in the third, proving to be enough in a 2-1 win over the Ems Monday night.