It was another tough night for the Eugene Emeralds on Monday, falling to the Salem-Keizer Volcanoes, 9-7, and moving to 10-15 on the year.
Sunday evening was a good night for the Eugene Emeralds, until it wasn’t.
It was another rough night for the Eugene Emeralds on Friday, losing by a final score of 10-4.
It was déjà vu for the Eugene Emeralds.
After two weeks, the search for Oregon baseball’s new head coach has come to a close.
On day two of the 2019 MLB Draft, Oregon infielder Spencer Steer became the highest position player drafted since the school’s baseball program returned in 2009. He was picked in the third round, 90th overall, by the Minnesota Twins. His estimated pick value according to MLB.com is $657.6K.
Ryne Nelson has taken the next leap in his baseball career as he was selected by the Arizona Diamondbacks with the 56th pick in the MLB draft.
The University of Oregon and baseball head coach George Horton have mutually agreed to not exercise his 2020 option. In 11 years as head coach for Oregon, the Ducks put up a 373-278-1 record, making the regional round of the NCAA Tournament four times and the Super Regional round once in 2012.
A barrage of offense in the third inning opened up the second game between Oregon and UCLA. The top ranked Bruins came alive at the top of the third, scoring six runs. But the Ducks did not go away quietly as they scored the final five runs of the game as the Ducks attempted a gritty comeback.
Ryne Nelson let out a yell of triumph as he strode off the mound. The reason? He had just struck out the potential No. 1 overall pick in the 2019 MLB draft, Oregon State catcher Adley Rutschman, with a 100 mph fastball to strand the bases loaded.
In a battle of two dominant pitchers, Robert Ahlstrom toed the mound for Oregon baseball (27-28, Pac-12 10-18) against No.1 UCLA (46-8, Pac-12 23-5) Ryan Garcia, who on the season owns a 8-0 record and 1.30 ERA. The Ducks were not able to capitalize off of a stellar outing by Ahlstrom, losing 4-2.
After dropping its final road game of the season to UC Riverside 3-1, Oregon baseball (27-27, 10-17 Pac-12) returns to Eugene where it awaits the UCLA Bruins (45-8, 22-5 Pac-12), who were recently named the consensus No. 1 team nationally for the tenth consecutive week.
Oregon baseball (27-27, 10-17) fell to UC Riverside (19-34, 7-14) 3-1 Monday afternoon in Riverside, California. The Ducks offense could not support a good outing from Oregon's pitching staff.
Oregon baseball fell short, 8-2, in its Sunday afternoon game against the University of Southern California. Going into the game, the Ducks had dropped game one of the away series 10-6 and taken game 2 by a margin of 10-7.
Oregon baseball (27-25, Pac-12 10-16) earned a bounce-back victory Saturday afternoon, as they took game two of a three game series 10-7 against USC (22-27-1, Pac-12 10-14-1).
Oregon baseball (26-25, Pac-12 9-16) fell to the USC Trojans (22-26-1, Pac-12 10-13-1) Friday night 10-6 in the first of a three game series.
While Oregon baseball’s (26-24, Pac-12 9-15) bullpen has struggled recently, they delivered in a big way during the sixth inning against Gonzaga (28-21, WCC 16-8).
Oregon baseball (25-24, Pac-12 9-15) scored all three of its runs early on, and pitcher Ryne Nelson held off an Oregon State (33-15-1, Pac-12 19-5) comeback in the final innings to avoid a Civil War series sweep with a 3-2 win on Sunday at PK Park.
The Ducks' hopes for a rebuttal after Friday night’s 4-1 loss to their in-state rivals, the No. 12 Oregon State Beavers, were dashed on Saturday.
Oregon State took an early lead following the second pitch of the game when Beau Philip's hit a solo home run to left field. The Beavers never gave up their lead following the home run.
This weekend marks the beginning of a three game Civil War between Oregon baseball (24-22, 8-13) and Oregon State (31-14-1, 17-4). One, a program in a downswing, which hasn’t finished better than eighth in the league in four years. The other; a powerhouse coming off a national title, hoping …
A three-run eighth inning was all Oregon baseball needed to defeat Portland Tuesday night, as Sam Novitske emerged as the hero for the Ducks in their 4-1 victory.
Oregon baseball (23-22, 8-13) was blown out by Arizona on Sunday 28-7, losing its ninth game in its last 10 games while being swept for the second time in conference play. The game ended after eight innings due to the getaway day curfew rule.
Oregon baseball (23-21, Pac-12 8-12) fell to Arizona (21-23, Pac-12 9-14) 9-8 Saturday night, as Arizona came from behind to tie the game in the ninth inning, and then win it in the 11th off of an errant throw by Ducks pitcher Ryne Nelson.
Oregon baseball (23-20, Pac-12 8-11) fell to Arizona (20-23, Pac-12 8-14) 17-6 Friday night, as the pitching staff continued to struggle.
One day after ending its five-game losing streak with a 12-4 win over Cal in Berkeley, the Oregon baseball team (23-19, 8-10) returned to the loss column, this time in a 4-3 defeat to San Jose State on Monday.
Oregon baseball (23-18, 8-10) ended its five-game losing streak on Sunday, using a seven-run fifth inning to defeat Cal 12-4.
Oregon baseball (22-17, 7-9), fresh off being swept by Pac-12-leading Stanford, was defeated by Cal 8-7 Friday night, blowing a one-run lead in the ninth inning on two solo home runs, one being a walk-off home run by catcher Korey Lee.
Oregon baseball is in the midst of a 10-6 stretch heading into the last month of the season, and the Ducks are attempting to make their first postseason since 2015.
Cole Stringer hasn’t been the same pitcher since February 2.
Oregon baseball fell to Stanford in game one of a three-game series Thursday night, 5-4.
Oregon baseball, winners of three of four games on a Washington road trip, returns to PK Park to host the conference leading and a consensus top-5 ranked Stanford squad.
Oregon baseball completed a five game road trip with a 7-6 come from behind victory Monday night against the Gonzaga Bulldogs.
Oregon baseball was trailing by four runs and needed a miracle shot and Spencer Steer delivered just that in the top of the ninth inning.
One day after defeating Washington State 21-3, Oregon Baseball was able to capitalize off Washington State errors, and Cullen Kafka produced another quality start as the Ducks defeated the Cougars 11-8 Saturday afternoon.
With basketball season finished, focus has been placed on Oregon diamond sports. Oregon baseball, riding a three-game win streak, which included a midweek 12-8 win over Oregon State, stayed hot on Friday.
Oregon baseball defeated No. 7 Oregon State 12-8 Tuesday night in Corvallis, Oregon. The Ducks' offense exploded early and rallied late to beat their in-state rival. The Ducks' 12 runs are the most they've scored against Oregon State since May 13, 1978.
Oregon (18-12, 5-4 Pac-12) played two games against Fresno State (15-11, 4-5 Mountain West) at PK Park on Saturday. The second game featured a 40-minute rain delay, Oregon came away with the win to even the series at two games each.
A day after Fresno State pummeled the Ducks with eight runs in one inning, Oregon was able to limit the Bulldogs for much of the game, but once again the Ducks’ bullpen allowed late runs, and Oregon’s offense was far from supportive enough.
After a 55 minute rain delay, the weather began to settle as the rain and thunder diminished from the sky.
Oregon baseball won both games of its doubleheader against Utah on Sunday, completing the sweep over the Utah Utes. The sweep is Oregon's first in conference since they did it to Utah in Eugene in May of 2018. It also marks the first road sweep since the Ducks swept San Diego State the openi…
Following a confusing 24 hours in which their game on Friday was changed to be a doubleheader on Saturday due to weather, and then that doubleheader was moved to Sunday, the Oregon baseball team took the field in Salt Lake City to play the Utah Utes on Saturday.
Oregon baseball (12-9, 2-4 Pac-12) was less than 24 hours removed from handing No. 20 Arizona State (22-1, 5-1 Pac-12) its first loss of the season, and the Ducks were searching for the series win.
Oregon was searching for the game-winning run for four straight innings, leaving 15 runners on base. Oregon (12-8, 2-3 Pac-12) was deadlocked with No. 20 Arizona State (21-1, Pac-12 4-1) in the 12th inning.