#MiLB: Ems Drop Game To Struggling Dust Devils

PASCO – The analytics will tell you that allowing only four hits in a ballgame is usually a recipe for a victory, but Wednesday night was not one of those nights.

A solid outing from Ems starting pitcher Seth Corry was spoiled by the Tri-City Dust Devils (4-10) who snapped a nine-game skid behind a 6-3 win over the Eugene Emeralds (9-5) on Wednesday night at Gesa Stadium.

The story of the night through four innings was Emeralds starting left-hand pitcher Seth Corry, the fifth-ranked prospect in the San Francisco Giants system. The kid from Utah dazzled over his first four innings, issuing three walks and fell behind in counts numerous times, yet time and time again found ways to coolly and calmly work out of jams and often punch batters out in the process, scattering eight strikeouts over his first four frames.

As he kept working out of trouble, the team left him out too long and Corry’s pitch count continued to climb. After notching his ninth strikeout to start the fifth inning, Corry surrendered his first hit of the day which was immediately followed by plunking a Dust Devils batter on his back foot with a curveball that snapped just a bit too hard on a 1-2 count.

That put runners on first and second and, with Corry’s pitch count just shy of 80 (76 pitches, 39 strikes), the lefty was lifted for Tyler Schimpf who entered aiming to keep the game scoreless.

But having been held scoreless for the first 13.1 innings of the series, TC’s offense had clearly had enough as Livian Soto doubled to score the first two runs of the ballgame, and Brendon Davis followed two batters later with a three-run homer to put the Dust Devils in the driver’s seat, 5-0.

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The Ems responded immediately by loading the bases with no outs in the top of the sixth, but they were only able to muster a single run as Will Wilson’s sac fly brought home Ismael Munguia to make it a four-run game.

TC restored their five-run advantage in the home half of the frame with a solo homer from Harrison Wenson, his second of the season, but Eugene responded with a four-bagger of their own in the form of a two-run tater from Tyler Fitzgerald, the second round-tripper of the season for the former Louisville Cardinal.

Fitzgerald’s blast breathed life back onto the Emeralds offense who appeared to, potentially, be finding their usual prolific form, but ultimately Fitzgerald’s homer was the last that the Emeralds offense was notably heard from as they fell by a final of 6-3.

With Everett’s loss and Vancouver’s win on Wednesday evening, the Emeralds missed a chance to move into a three-way tie for first place, and thus remain a game behind the AquaSox and Canadians in the standings.

Eugene will face off against the Tri-City Dust Devils again on tonight at 6:35 p.m. at Gesa Stadium before they return home the following week when they will start a six-game series against Spokane on May 25.