JAMESTOWN, N.Y. - The Lowell Spinners scored four runs in the first inning and never looked back as they outslugged the Jamestown Jammers, 11-7, on Sunday afternoon at Diethrick Park.
Jamestown (29-28) tried to rally several times and cut the advantage to two multiple times, but Lowell seemingly had an answer each time to send the Jammers to their third straight series loss.
Josh Adams was one the bright spots for the Jammers as he had two hits, including his first professional home run, and two RBI. Jobduan Morales also crushed a solo homer, while Ryan Goetz and Brian McConkey each chipped in with a double as seven of the nine starters had hits.
On Saturday, Goetz pounded out four hits, and the Jammers held off a late comeback attempt by the Spinners to win, 8-6, at Diethrick Park.
After falling behind early, the Spinners battled back to cut into the deficit; however, Jamestown had an answer each time as they scored in six consecutive innings to prevent Lowell from a second rally in as many nights.
Goetz had a pair of singles and triples, scored twice and drove in two runs to lead the offense. Morales added three hits with a double, two RBI and two runs, while Pedro Mendoza delivered a single and double. McConkey chipped in with a solo homer.
The Jammers have two days off for the All-Star Break before a 12-game road trip.