Emeralds Drop Second Game In Boise

Ems Strike Early, Falter Late In Boise

EUGENE, OR – In game one in Boise, the Eugene Emeralds’ (7-6) offense sputtered in a 4-0 loss. In game two, the pitching faltered on the way to an 11-5 defeat at the hands of the Boise Hawks (5-8) in front of 2,831 fans at Memorial Stadium.

Unlike the previous night, the Emeralds stuck first in their very first at-bat, with Jake Slaughter lining a ball up the middle to score Luis Vazquez off left-handed starter Breiling Eusebio, putting Eugene up, 1-0.

The lead would be short-lived, however, as Ems’ starter Zach Mort struggled with his fastball command early. After walking Isaac Collins to lead off the bottom of the first, Ezequiel Tovar tripled down the right field line to tie the game, before Michael Toglia singled to right to score him and give the Hawks a 2-1 lead.

The Ems would answer in the second, receiving an RBI single from Fernando Kelli to the game back up at 2-2, but that would be as close as the Emeralds would get the rest of the way.

With Mort still in the game, the Boise Hawks’ offense locked in during the third. Michael Toglia belted a one-out double to right before scoring on a single from Aaron Schunk. Joe Aeilts then came to the dish and promptly scalded a 1-0 pitch the opposite way to right field, clearing the wall for his first home run of the season.

Bladimir Restituyo would then follow up that effort with a double before stealing third base and heading home on an errant throw from Jonathan Soto. When the dust had settled on the inning, the Hawks were ahead, 5-2
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After trading runs in the middle innings, it seemed as if the Ems would climb their way back in the ballgame in the seventh. After an infield single from Yonathan Perlaza off reliever Eris Filpo, Brandon Vicens drew a walk to put runners on first and second with two outs. Rafael Mejia then drove an 0-2 pitch deep down the left field line, plating both Perlaza and Vicens, trimming the deficit to 8-5.

However, the Hawks put the game away in the eighth. With Casey Ryan pitching, Aaron Schunk tripled to right in the frame, scoring Toglia, who had walked to start the inning, before Restituyo singled to drive in Schunk. Trevor Boone immediately followed that effort with an RBI single of his own, putting the Hawks ahead, 11-5.

Ems’ manager Lance Rymel was ejected in the eighth inning, arguing a check swing call in an at-bat to Yorvis Torrealba. Base umpire Kyle Stutz threw out the Eugene manager quickly for arguing the call as Rymel seemingly looked to spark his team’s effort going into tomorrow night’s game.

Zach Mort, the Emeralds’ starter, was touched up for six runs on nine hits in his 4.0 innings of work, his first runs surrendered of the season in his third start. Jesus Tejada gave up two runs in his 2.0 innings of relief work following Mort. Ruben Reyes struggled in the seventh inning, leaving with just 0.2 innings pitched. Casey Ryan prevented a run from scoring by securing the last out in the frame before giving up three runs in the eighth inning.

Breiling Eusebio, the Boise starter, lasted 3.0 innings while giving up two runs along the way, his longest outing of the season. Eris Filpo went 4.0 innings in relief of Eusebio, surrendering just one earned run. Joel Condreay and Steven Jones pitched scoreless eighth and ninth innings to preserve the victory.