– The 2015 Pac-12 Football Media Days begin tomorrow at 9 a.m. with conference commissioner Larry Scott’s press conference. Oregon head coach Mark Helfrich will answer questions Friday at 12:25 p.m., and running back Royce Freeman and linebacker Rodney Hardrick will follow at 12:38 p.m. The two-day event be held … Continue reading →
Two middle infielders were forced to leave the game including Franchy Cordero after being hit in the hand by a fastball and Jalen Goree left the game in the ninth after a throw to first base and experiencing some ‘discomfort’ in his throwing arm. These two are keys to the playoff run for the Eugene Emeralds and their situation bears watching moving forward.
Courtesy: Eugene Emeralds EUGENE, Ore.– The Emeralds were facing a left-handed starter for the 2nd straight game and they were hoping to greet Ryan Yarbough with a 5-run 1st inning as they had Luiz Gohara the night before. Instead, Yarbough came out dealing retiring the side in order with a couple of strike outs. Eugene … 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 »
PASCO, Washington: The Eugene Emerald’s 4-game win-streak came to an end Sunday, as Tri-City rallied to win 6-4 in Pasco.
Quite the summer it’s been of Eugene Emeralds baseball. While there were ups, and mostly downs, here are the photos for the Ems’ final home game.
A rain delay at PK Park made for some pretty crazy interactions between the Ems mascots and some of the players. Take a look at the silliness that ensued.
If the Ems plan on competing for a playoff berth, they’re running out of time. Salem-Keizer got the best of the Ems by a score of 3-0, a fifth straight loss.
George Roberts hit a two-run home run into the Eugene Emeralds’ bullpen in the eighth inning and it was enough to give Hillsboro a 2-1 win over the home Ems.
The Eugene Emeralds are finally back after a long stretch on the road. Unfortunately, they fell 2-1 in front of a friendly crowd at PK Park.