The Hillsboro Hops came to Eugene and dominated with the bat beating the Eugene Emeralds over a three game set, 29-12 and leaving Robbie Wine's team staring down the barrel of a five game road trip to Everett starting on Tuesday.
The Eugene Emeralds will look to take the series win over Salem-Keizer on Friday night.
After dropping game one against Everett (7-6), the Eugene Emeralds (7-6) won two straight to take the series. Despite the loss, the Aquasox remain atop of Northwest League North. In a close game, the Emeralds were the first to get on board. After River Stevens led off with a double to left field, Franchy Cordero brought him […] Continue reading →
After dropping game one against the visiting Boise Hawks (15-14), the Eugene Emeralds (13-16) turned the series around with a 5-2 game two victory. Despite recording nine hits, the Hawks failed to convert enough offensive opportunities into scores. The Emeralds pitchers held their own on the mound tonight. Starting on the mound was right-handed pitcher […] Continue reading →
EUGENE, Ore.– The Eugene Emeralds celebrated the 4th of July a day early at PK Park with a fireworks show, but before that, the Ems’ bats erupted in a 6-1 win over Spokane. Jalen Goree, a walk-off hero on Thursday night, started the scoring off for Eugene with an RBI single in the third. Later … 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 »
The Eugene Emeralds put together a solid victory on Sunday night against Spokane and will look to continue the positive trend this week.
Earlier in the season, the Eugene Emeralds (7-9) dropped their first four games against the Spokane Indians (13-3), who currently sit atop of the Northwest League North. Today, the Emeralds took game one against the Indians to begin their five game home stand, handing them just their third loss of the season. “It’s one day […] Continue reading →
The Eugene Emeralds used timely pitching to stay in the game and came back to defeat Salem-Keizer on Saturday at PK Park.
EUGENE– The Ems returned home from Tri-City to open an eight-game home stand. Trae Santos’ Sunday Sports Extra Top-5 nominee wasn’t enough to keep Salem-Keizer from a 5-2 win. Watch highlights here.