Ems Drop Another One to Tri City, 5-4

Courtesy: Eugene Emeralds PASCO, Washington – For the sixth time in the past eight games the Emeralds got on the scoreboard first, but the Tri City Dust Devils responded quickly and never looked back as they handed Eugene their second straight loss, 5-1. After the Ems had their four-game win streak snapped in dramatic fashion … Continue reading »

Tri-City Ends Ems’ Win Streak at Four

Courtesy: Eugene Emeralds PASCO, Wash.– The Ems were as close as four outs away from winning their fifth straight and moving above .500 for the first time this season, but a wild and explosive eighth inning led to a Dust Devils comeback as the Emeralds fell, 6-4. The Emeralds entered tonight’s game having scored first … Continue reading »

Ems Beat Tri-City for 4th Straight Win

Courtesy: Eugene Emeralds PASCO, Wash.– The four-game skid to start the season is a distant memory in the mind of the Eugene Emeralds as they picked up their fourth straight win Saturday night, a 6-1 win over the Tri-City Dust Devils. With the win, the Ems have their first road win of 2014 while also … Continue reading »

Board to Select Civic Stadium Buyer

EUGENE, Ore. — It’s been years in the making, and Wednesday a buyer may finally be selected for Civic Stadium. The stadium has been vacant ever since the Eugene Emeralds baseball team decided to relocate for the 2010 season. Wednesday, the Eugene school board may finally select an offer. There are three bids: from the … Continue reading »

PK Park Celebrates Dog Days of Summer

EUGENE, Ore. — The Eugene Emeralds invited everyone to bring their dogs to Tuesday’s game for the Dog Days of Summer event. For $2 people could purchase a “Pooch Pass” in addition to their game tickets. “It’s a lot of fun to bring your pets and share them with everybody and enjoy a baseball game,” … Continue reading »

Ems Tripped Up on Bobble-Foot Night

Courtesy: Eugene Emeralds Media Services EUGENE, Ore.– The Emeralds welcomed in the two-time defending champion Vancouver Canadians Friday night for the opener of a 5-game series. It was the Canadians that struck first in the 2nd inning, taking advantage of a Michael Bass fielding error at second base. Melvin Garcia singled to score Dan Arcila … Continue reading »

Ems Walk Off, Take Series from Boise

Courtesy: Eugene Emeralds Media Services EUGENE, Ore.– For the second straight night the Emeralds took an early 2-0 lead. Ronnie Richardson ledoff the first inning getting hit by a pitch, and Henry Charles followed with a single. With Hunter Renfroe at the plate, Boise starter Paul Blackburn uncorked a wild pitch allowing Richardson to score. … Continue reading »

Renfroe, Perez Pace Ems Past Hawks

Courtesy: Eugene Emeralds Media Services EUGENE, Ore.– The Emeralds entered Wednesday looking for a spot start from one of their newest arms, lefty Christian Miller. He had made just one Northwest League appearance coming into the game, but was able to complete four shutout innings. Miller scattered four hits and a walk to get the … Continue reading »

Ems Start 2nd Half with Loss to Boise

EUGENE, Ore.– Emeralds starting pitcher Tayron Guerrero left the game with an injury in the 3rd inning. Reliever Michael Kelly inherited a bases loaded and nobody out situation and allowed two of the runners to score on after a walk and a wild pitch. Kelly would again get in trouble in the fourth inning after … Continue reading »

Emeralds Season Starts Friday

EUGENE, Ore. — Minor League baseball gets started in Eugene Friday and the Emeralds are getting ready to open their season. The Em’s season kicks off Friday at 7:05 p.m. and opening weekend tickets are already selling out. Since the Ducks lost in their regional last week, the Ems staff has been transforming PK Park … Continue reading »

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