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 »

Sox Snap Ems’ Streak

Courtesy: Eugene Emeralds Media Services EUGENE, Ore.– Things looked good early for the Emeralds as they scored first for the fourth straight night. Anthony Torres and Miguel Del Castillo each singled in the 2nd inning to set up a Michael Bass RBI knock and a Marcus Davis sacrifice fly making it 2-0 Eugene. One of … Continue reading »

Renfroe, Ems Win Third Straight

Courtesy: Eugene Emeralds Media Services EUGENE, Ore.– The Emeralds came into game four of this five game series with Everett looking for their first three-game winning streak of the season. Lefty Jeff Enloe started for Eugene and with his strict pitch count went just two innings retiring all six men that he faced. Eugene’s offense … Continue reading »

Renfroe, Ems Win Again

Courtesy: Eugene Emeralds Media Services EUGENE, OR – The Emeralds got another outstanding start from Erik Schoenrock and the offense broke the game open late in an 8-0 win over first place Everett. Schoenrock allowed a one-out double in the 2nd inning to catcher Carlton Tanabe and that would be the only hit he would … Continue reading »

Eugene Emeralds Welcome Guest Mascot

EUGENE, Ore. — There’s not just one fun opportunity for Eugene Emeralds baseball fans, but two! Sluggo has a special guest at PK Park this weekend. His name is Reggy. What’s different about him from other mascots is that he talks. He actually spends most of his time on the East Coast, but he’s been … Continue reading »

Ems Win in Renfroe’s Debut

Courtesy: Eugene Emeralds Media Services EUGENE, OR – Riding a three-game losing streak, it looked like more of the same after three innings Thursday night when the Ems offense had been held hitless and managed just two baserunners.  In the bottom of the 4th, 1st round pick Hunter Renfroe led off with a single and Trae Santos followed with … Continue reading »

Olson One-Hits Ems

Courtesy: Eugene Emeralds Media Relations EUGENE, OR – Erik Cabrera got things off to a good start for the Ems, as the right hander struck out the side in order in the top of the 1st. From there he would work in and out of trouble. From the 2nd through the 5th Everett put at … Continue reading »

Livengood Gives Baseball Second Chance

EUGENE, Ore. — For Eugene Emeralds pitcher Justin Livengood, a career in professional baseball wasn’t always the plan. “I’ve always grown up hunting and fishing,” Livengood said. “And I thought as an 18-year-old kid that hunting and fishing was what I wanted to do for the rest of my life.” After graduating from high school … Continue reading »

Trae Santos: A Dream for Two

EUGENE, Ore. — Trae Santos has always been a big star on a little island. The Emeralds’s first baseman is from Guam, a U.S. territory in the South Pacific. Population: 160,000. The same as Eugene. When he was 12-years-old, Santos led the Guam All-Stars to the semifinals of the Little League World Series. The next … Continue reading »

Ems Drop Finale in Spokane

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.

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