WILLIAMSPORT - The Jammers hit the road for the first time this season and found their bats in the process.
Jamestown plated four runners in the top of the first and got an outstanding pitching performance from starter Luis Chironis and three relievers in a 6-1 victory over Williamsport on Monday.
With the win, Jamestown improves to 2-2 on the season.
In the big top of the first, Brent Keys started things off with a walk and advanced to third on a single by Noah Perio. Moments later, Keys scored and Perio moved to third on an RBI single by Marcell Ozuna.
Ryan Fisher would bring home two more runs with a triple and Sequoyah Stonecipher delivered an RBI groundout to plate the fourth run of the inning just as the first out of the game was recorded.
The big inning would be more than enough for Jamestown pitching that would only allow one run all evening.
That score came on a Kyrell Hudson RBI groundout in the fifth.
Chironis got the start and allowed four hits in four innings, striking out five and walking one. He was relieved by winning pitcher Issac Morales who allowed the lone run on no hits in three innings.
He walked three and struck out two before relievers Robert Holmes and Jordan Conley closed things out in the eighth and ninth.
Jamestown is back in action Tuesday when it again visits Williamsport in a 7:05 p.m. start.
Jamestown 400 000 002 - 6 9 0
Williamsport 000 010 000 - 1 5 1
2b-Edgar Duran (W). 3b-Ryan Fisher (J). WP-Luis Chironis. LP-Percival Garner.