Every eye in Eugene and around the country is on Ducks football, as we are rapidly approaching the beginning of a fresh season. With lofty expectations and electric excitement surrounding the team, much is lost in the rest of the world... Continue reading →
The Oregon Ducks pulled off quite a comeback to get back to the NCAA Tournament in 2015 after a great start the team seemed to sputter into April and May before mounting a comeback winning nine of their last ten regular season games. Winning is importa... Continue reading →
PK Park has been a bucket list item for me since the program was restarted in 2009 and the plans for the park came to light. Football is by far and away my first love, but baseball follows closely. My perspective is largely painted by the games I’ve... Continue reading →
The Oregon baseball team has been on a slide as of late. Pitching struggles and an inability to score runs consistently have resulted in losing four straight games before getting a win last Sunday at Cal. With 14 games in the next 19...
The Oregon Ducks baseball team closed out a series sweep of visiting St. John’s University in exciting fashion at PK Park Sunday afternoon after senior catcher Shaun Chase went yard with a two-run home run to help Oregon win, 8-6. The Ducks improve to 13-2...
The first month of the baseball season is over, and so far, the Ducks have looked like a team ready to make a trip to Omaha. To begin the season, Oregon is 10-2 and has a high ranking in all six...
EUGENE, Oregon – Jacob Corn gave up one run over seven innings and Mitchell Tolman had six RBI to lead the Ducks to an 8-2 win over Portland on Tuesday at PK Park. How It Happened: Tolman opened the scoring for the Ducks (8-1) with a RBI double in the bottom half of the first … Continue reading »
The No. 20 Oregon baseball team didn’t need a late rally to overcome New Mexico State Saturday afternoon, defeating the visiting Aggies in a 22-7 romp at PK Park, and improving to 6-1 overall. NMSU remains winless, falling to 0-7 on the... Continue reading →
EUGENE, Ore. — The phrase “hitting it out of the park” has a whole new meaning for one Springfield woman. This, after a foul ball falls in an unexpected place during an Ems game Friday night. A foul ball caught her on the move outside of PK Park. “We were passing Autzen Stadium and a … Continue reading »
Four games remain in the Northwest League schedule for the Eugene Emeralds including the final two games with Vancouver on Thursday and Friday and the final road trip of the season at Hillsboro starting on Saturday night. Eugene is currently on a three game losing streak and have now lost another series at home falling in the last three games(of this five game series) against Vancouver.