Eugene Emeralds Baseball

Eugene Emeralds Make Playoffs, But Can’t Host Any Playoff Games

The Ems will not host any postseason games in Eugene

EUGENE – Sorry Ems fans, there will be no playoff games at PK Park this season.

The reason for that is simple: their annual lease at PK Park runs out every year on September 10.

Last night, the Emeralds clinched a berth in the High-A West Championship Series behind a 6-0 win over the Tri-City Dust Devils, one of Eugene’s most well-rounded performances of the season to date.

As Ems fans know, prior to this season the Emeralds had operated as a short-season team with a schedule that began in mid-June and concluded, including playoffs, within the first week of September. The terms of the Emeralds’ annual lease at PK Park has run from June 15 to September 10 for more than a decade.

With the Minor League realignment that took place prior to the 2021 season, the Emeralds transitioned from being a short-season team (78 games) to a full-season team (120 games in 2021 | 136 games in 2022).

Since the Minor League Baseball regular season schedule alone extends past that September 10 ‘move-out’ date, this week’s regular-season-ending series against the Tri-City Dust Devils will instead be played in Pasco, Washington. It was previously scheduled to be a home series for the Emeralds, but the Oregon Ducks requested that the Ems adhere to their previous agreement and cease baseball operations at PK Park.
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Eugene earned a 6-0 victory over the Tri-City Dust Devils while Spokane eliminated the Everett AquaSox behind a 6-3 victory, thereby earning a postseason berth for Spokane despite the Aquasox being in 1st place for long stretches of the regular season.

With four games to go in the regular season, the High-A West Championship Series is solidified: the Eugene Emeralds vs. Spokane.

The Ems and Spokane will begin a best-of-five series that will determine the High-A West Champion on Tuesday, September 21.

The entirety of the series will be played at Avista Stadium in Spokane, Washington.