#MiLB: Emeralds First To Thirty Wins In High-A West

Eugene secures the series win over Vancouver

EUGENE – Another week, another series win. The Eugene Emeralds (30-17) became the first High-A West team to reach thirty wins after downing the Vancouver Canadians (26-22) by a final score of 7-2 on Sunday afternoon, clinching a 4-2 series win for the Ems in the process.

It was a quick 1-2-3 first inning at the plate for both teams, but Eugene struck first in the second inning, and it all started thanks to the team’s most recent addition.

Catcher Ricardo Genovés, who was making his Emeralds debut on Sunday after recently being promoted from Low-A San Jose, led off the inning by working a walk on four pitches. One batter later, Sean Roby took a ball low in the zone and roped it into the left field corner for a double that scored Genovés to put the Emeralds up, 1-0. Following a pair of groundouts in the ensuing two at-bats, Tyler Flores yanked a single to the right side to score Roby and double Eugene’s early advantage.

It became 3-0 one inning later on one swing of the bat when Tyler Fitzgerald hit his third homer of the series, all of which coincidentally landed in the vicinity of the Canadians bullpen, and after another Genovés walk later in the inning, Roby made it 5-0 by taking another ball low in the zone and sending a towering blast over the left field fence, making it 5-0 with his fifth homer of the season.

Vancouver immediately responded with their own pair of homers, the first coming from Sebastian Espino to lead off the fourth inning, and the second coming from Luis De Los Santos, both solo homers that together made it 5-2 in the fourth.

The C’s could get no closer, though, as Eugene would go on to pad their lead and ultimately cruise the rest of the way. Ricardo Genovés capped off an impressive High-A debut in the sixth with a single to score a pair of Emeralds runs that made it 7-2, and the bullpen stymied Vancouver the rest of the way to seal a 7-2 win and wrap up another 4-2 series win over the Canadians.

Emeralds starting pitcher Kai-Wei Teng finished the day with a no decision, firing 4.2 innings with six hits, two earned runs, three walks and three strikeouts.

The Eugene Emeralds enjoy an off day on Monday before heading up the I-5 to kick off a six-game series against the Hillsboro Hops.


  • Winning Pitcher: Travis Perry (4-1, 2.73 ERA): 1.1 IP | 0 H | 0 R | 1 BB | 1 K
  • Losing Pitcher: Brian Rapp (0-2, 7.88 ERA): 3.0 IP | 4 H | 5 R | 5 ER | 4 BB | 2 K
  • Save: N/A
  • HR(s): Eugene: Tyler Fitzgerald (7), Sean Roby (5) | Vancouver: Sebastian Espino (2), Luis De Los Santos (6)

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  • Ricardo Genovés – C: Not a bad first impression, eh? The 28th ranked prospect in the Giants system per MLB.com went 1-for-2 with two RBIs, two runs, and three walks in his debut with the Emeralds.
  • Tyler Fitzgerald – 2B: Fitzy finished off an impressive series by going 3-for-5 with a solo homer. Over the six-game series against the C’s, Fitzgerald went 9-for-21 with three HRs and five RBIs.
  • Sean Roby – DH: With his family in the stands, Roby saved perhaps his best offensive performance of the homestand for last, going 3-for-5 with a HR, a double, three RBIs and two runs scored.
  • The Bullpen: Between Travis Perry, Ryan Walker, Taylor Rashi and Tyler Schimpf, the ‘pen combined to fire 4.2 innings with four strikeouts while allowing just one hit and two walks.