#MiLB: @EugeneEmeralds’ Labour Named High-A West Player Of The Week

A three-homer week with nine RBIs in five games sees Labour garner the weekly honor

EUGENE – Emeralds OF Franklin Labour has been named the High-A West’s Player of the Week for the week of June 14-20.

Over five games played, Labour finished the week with a .455 batting average, nine RBIs, seven walks, and three home runs. Labour slugged 1.364 over the five-game span while also posting an incredible 1.995 OPS.

Following his big week at the plate, Labour is now ranked sixth in the High-A West in RBI (26), seventh in slugging (.500), seventh in home runs (6), and eighth in OPS (.889).

Labour and the first place Emeralds continue their current homestand with a six-game series against the Vancouver Canadians that runs Tuesday through Sunday of this week.

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Tuesday, June 22, is Grunge Night for fans while Pride Night returns June 25. On June 5, the San Francisco Giants, the Major League affiliate of the Eugene Emeralds, became the first-ever Major League franchise to sport PRIDE jerseys in-game.

This year’s PRIDE Night will be highlighted by an Emeralds PRIDE flag giveaway thanks to Kendall Auto Group. On June 25, the first 1,000 fans that enter the home plate gate at PK Park will receive a free Emeralds PRIDE flag.

Additionally, the Emeralds will once again don specially designed Emeralds PRIDE jerseys on June 25. The game-worn Emeralds PRIDE jerseys will be available for sale via online auction. Information regarding the online jersey auction will be available later this week at www.EmeraldsBaseball.com.

Proceeds from the Emeralds PRIDE jersey auction will benefit the Matthew Shepard Foundation, a nonprofit founded by the parents of the foundation’s namesake, Dennis and Judy Shepard.