#MiLB: @EugeneEmeralds Send Up Another Player, Bust Out The Big Bats In 7-4 Win

LHP Seth Corry fires 4.2 hitless innings

EUGENE – The Eugene Emeralds were expected to play some great quality games with the rise to High-A West affiliate of the San Francisco Giants ball club, but the first place Ems are so red hot every day a new player gets called up.

The Ems are featuring the stars of tomorrow, THIS SEASON.

The latest player to get called up is RHP Jasier Herrera (0-0, 5.23ERA), who has been promoted to the Triple-A Sacramento River Cats. In fact, over the past couple of days, the Emeralds have seen their OPS leader depart for Olympic Qualifying (Diego Rincones), their wins leader depart due to promotion to Double-A (Caleb Kilian), their saves leader depart having also been promoted to Double-A (Jose Marte) and a key bullpen arm get a quick call-up to Triple-A (Jasier Herrera)

Herrera was immediately tasked with providing innings for Triple-A Sacramento as they took on the Reno Aces last night before starting a series against the Las Vegas Aviators.

Save for one tough outing on May 15, Herrera has been solid part of what’s been a very solid bullpen staff as a whole in Eugene, making four appearances so far in 2021 with a 5.23 ERA, eleven strikeouts and no walks in 10.1 innings pitched.

The first place Eugene Emeralds (13-6) kicked off a six-game homestand against the Spokane ball club (6-13) last night at PK Park.

The Emeralds’ fifth-ranked San Francisco Giants prospect LHP Seth Corry was slated to start game one of the series and did not disappoint.

Seth Corry carved out nearly five no-hit innings while Will Wilson belted his fourth homer of the season as the Emeralds stayed tied atop the High-A West behind a 7-4 win over Spokane.

Corry is someone you should go watch at PK Park before he gets called up as well, but despite losing four pivotal pieces to the team’s early season success the Emeralds showed virtually no sign of weakness. The Ems just continue to impress with starting pitching, bullpen pitching, and hitting with each having all had their respective moments in the spotlight again on Tuesday night.

Eugene took the game’s first lead in the bottom of the third when Will Wilson belted his fourth four-bagger of the season – and his third at notoriously pitcher-friendly PK Park – to put the Ems in front, 1-0.

One inning latter, the Emeralds quadrupled the lead starting with an RBI single by Ismael Munguia, giving him 12 RBIs which, at the time, put him as the sole team leader in that category.

Later in the inning and with the bases loaded, Patrick Bailey stepped up and decided to join Munguia atop the team’s RBI list with a bases-clearing double to right that put the Emeralds well in front, 5-0.

Spokane chipped into that five-run margin with a run in the sixth after Willie MacIver engineered an RBI groundout to score Spokane’s first run and make it 5-1, and Hunter Stovall made it a one-run game on one swing of the bat in the eighth with a three-run homer to left, his first round-tripper of the season.

That was as close as Spokane would get, but Carter Aldrete added some insurance for good measure anyways, singling the opposite way to right-center field in the home half of the eighth to score a pair of runs and make it a three-run margin with three outs to go.

In the ninth, RJ Dabovich entered to and showcased why he figures to be the Emeralds’ primary closer for as long as he’s in the Emerald Valley by firing a scoreless, hitless ninth inning while tallying a strikeout to seal a 7-4 Emeralds win.

The Ems and Spokane face off again on Wednesday at 7:35 p.m. at PK Park. Tickets are available at www.EmeraldsBaseball.com


  • Seth Corry – LHP: Despite issuing five free passes to Spokane batters, Spokane was unable to put a ball in play on the talented left-hander as the Giants 5th ranked prospect fired 4.2 scoreless, hitless innings while striking out nine. Currently, Corry is averaging nearly two strikeouts per every inning pitched (29 K’s in 15.1 IP). Honestly, just think about that for a moment.
  • Will Wilson – SS: Sure, he might’ve only gone 1-for-4, but the ‘one’ was a big one as Wilson walloped his fourth homer of the season. In five games played at PK Park this season, Wilson is 8-for-20 (.400) with 3 doubles, 3 HR, 7 RBI and 6 runs scored.
  • Patrick Bailey – C: Bailey’s double down the line proved to be the difference on Tuesday night, turning on an elevated, hanging breaking ball and roasting it into the right field corner to drive home three Emeralds runs. Bailey’s 3-RBI performance is the second time he’s driven home three Emeralds runs in a game this season, both coming against Spokane (May 4 at Spokane).
  • Jacob Gonzalez – 3B: Lost in the shuffle of Corry, Wilson and Bailey’s notable nights was yet another solid performance from the former 2nd rounder Gonzalez. Not only did he showcase the leather at third base, but Gonzo also went 2-for-4 with two doubles in what was his fourth consecutive start. Over those four starts, Gonzalez has gone 5-for-15 (.333) with 3 RBIs.

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