Jairo Pomares Joins Eugene Emeralds Roster

EUGENE – The Eugene Emeralds have added outfielder Jairo Pomares to the team’s active roster from Low-A San Jose.

Just 21-years-old and hailing from Sancti Spiritus, Cuba, the left-handed hitting Pomares has been on a tear of late in Low-A San Jose, batting .429 in the month of August with 5 doubles, 3 HRs, 10 RBIs and an OPS of 1.188.

On the season, Pomares is slashing .372/.429/.693 with 14 HRs, 44 RBIs and an insane 1.122 OPS over 51 games played.

Per Baseball America’s recently updated midseason prospect rankings, Pomares checks in as the eighth-ranked prospect in the San Francisco Giants system, having showcased, “the most power of his short career with San Jose, all without a sacrifice to his hittability or on-base skills.”

Pomares joins an Emeralds offense that since the start of July ranks in the top ten in all of High-A in numerous offensive categories including batting average (.263 | 6th), runs (249 | 4th), hits (373 | 3rd), home runs (65 | 5th), on-base percentage (.343 | 7th), slugging (.473 | 5th), and OPS (.815 | 5th).

His arrival comes right as the Emeralds prepare for the regular season’s most crucial series to date, a seven-game showdown against the first place Everett AquaSox starting today at PK Park.

Eugene enters the series just 3.0 games behind Everett in the standings with 30 games to go in the regular season.

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Pomares is the ninth player currently on High-A Eugene’s active roster that has been called up from Low-A San Jose to High-A Eugene this season, following C Brett Auerbach, C Robert Emery, C Ricardo Genovés, SS Marco Luciano, RHP Ryan Murphy, RHP Austin Reich, OF Armani Smith, and LHP Chris Wright.

Emeralds outfielder Heath Quinn has been promoted from the High-A West’s Eugene Emeralds to the Double-A Richmond Flying Squirrels.

The former highly touted prospect has fought tough-luck injuries over the past few seasons, but this season has seen him serve as a consistent contributor, particularly over the past month of play. He departs the Emerald Valley having batted .265 with 8 HRs, 22 RBIs and a .846 OPS in 35 games with the Ems.

During July 12-18, Quinn put together a week to remember during Eugene’s trip to Spokane for a six-game road series, going 9-18 (.500) with 4 HRs, 12 RBIs, 8 runs scored and 3 walks while slugging 1.167 and posting a 1.758 OPS to earn High-A West Player of the Week.

Quinn is the is the ninth Emerald to be promoted to Double-A Richmond this season, following RHP Caleb Kilian, RHP Jose Marte, RHP RJ Dabovich, INF Simon Whiteman, C Brandon Martorano, OF Diego Rincones, SS Will Wilson and RHP Ryan Walker (Walker has since rejoined the Emeralds after a brief stint in Richmond).

The Eugene Emeralds start a seven-game series against the Everett AquaSox tonight at PK Park at 7:05 p.m. with the Emeralds entering the series just three games behind the first place Frogs with 30 games left in the regular season.