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Eugene Emeralds complete three game sweep against Boise


The Eugene Emeralds (3-4) grabbed their third straight win against the visiting Boise Hawks (4-4) with a 9-5 game three win. Despite dropping their first four games of the season, the Emeralds have now hit their first stride of the season. Similar to their last two games against the Hawks, the Emeralds got out to […] Continue reading →

Eugene Emeralds Win Two In A Row, Turner Sparking Offense


The Eugene Emeralds seem to have found their early season stride, it just took playing in front of the home fans at PK Park to do it. After starting the 2014 season on the road vs Spokane 0-4, the Ems have won two straight including an 8-7 victory in extra innings on Wednesday night. Robbie

Jalen Goree hits walk off in bottom 11th to give Eugene Emeralds 8-7 win over Hawks


The Eugene Emeralds (2-4) picked up their second straight win after handing the visiting Boise Hawks (4-3) an 8-7 loss in extra innings. The Emeralds captured the series win. The Emerald bats were hot to begin the game. After giving up a run to the Hawks to open the game, the Emeralds answered with three runs […] Continue reading →

Ems Top Boise in Home Opener for 1st Win


Courtesy: Eugene Emeralds EUGENE, OR – The Ems came home from the first roadtrip winless but after some timely hitting and strong pitching Eugene gave a 3,508 person crowd what they came to see. The scoring started in the second inning when a hit batsman and a Felipe Blanco double setup runners in scoring position. … Continue reading »

Eugene Emeralds 2014 Season Off to A Rough Start at 0-4


The Eugene Emeralds(0-4) are off to a rough start this season and will host Boise at PK Park in their home opener on Wednesday at 7:05pm.

Photos: Ducks get shut out by Cal Bears 6-0 in game 2


The Oregon baseball team couldn’t muster a hit until the sixth inning and didn’t score a run all night as the Ducks lost to the California Golden Bears 6-0 Friday at PK Park. Bears’ starting pitcher Kyle Porter went eight innings, giving up two hits, two walks and two hit-batsmen while striking out eight. Jeff Gold […] Continue reading →

Club baseball wins first league title since 2008, falls short in regionals


The Oregon club baseball team captured its first league championship since 2008 by beating rival Western Washington on the last weekend of April. The Northern Pacific West champions then traveled to Missoula, Montana for the NoPac Regional this weekend. If they won, it would grant the Ducks a trip to the World Series in Tampa […] Continue reading →

Photos: Oregon Baseball — Ducks conquer Washington State Cougars 6-3


The Oregon Ducks baseball team (29-10, 8-5 Pac-12) hosts the Washington State University Cougars (17-17, 7-6) at PK Park in Eugene on Friday, April 18. The Ducks played the Cougars in the first game of the series on Thursday, and beat them in a rainy matchup 11-1. Between Oregon infielder Mitchell Tolman being named national […] Continue reading →

Oregon Ducks PK Park Named One of the Coolest Venues in College Baseball


The NCAA has named Oregon’s PK Park as a ‘must see.’ The #3 must see college ballpark in the country. Quite an honor for a venue that is just five years old. It opened in 2009 when the Oregon Baseball program returned from a long hiatus. In just ... Continue reading →

Oregon baseball’s Mitchell Tolman named national hitter of the week


The National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association named Oregon third baseman Mitchell Tolman the national hitter of the week on Tuesday, a day after he earned Pac-12 player of the week honors. He now has two NCBWA hitter of the week awards in his career (first this season). Tolman hit .600 (9-for-15) with six RBIs in No. […] Continue reading →

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