STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. - It was another rough night at the dish for the Jamestown Jammers during a 3-0 loss to the Staten Island Yankees on Friday.
Jamestown (6-12) was limited to just four hits in the rubber game of the three-game set with the Yankees. Jamestown's six-game road trip continues Saturday when it opens a three-game set with the Brooklyn Cyclones. The team returns home to Diethrick Park Wednesday against the Vermont Lake Monsters.
On Friday, Jamestown led off the game with a Yefri Perez single, but would manage just three hits the rest of the way - a Juancito Martinez double in the third, a Viosergy Rosa double in the fourth and a Kentrell Dewitt single in the seventh.
Other than those four hits, it was a wild struggle at the plate for the Jammers who lost despite giving up minimal runs for the second straight night.
Staten Island grabbed a 1-0 lead in the fifth on an RBI single from Daniel Lopez and added two more runs in the eighth when Lopez tripled home two more runs.
Ryan Newell suffered the loss, allowing one run on one hit in two-thirds of an inning. Starter Blake Logan allowed just one hit in four innings of work and took a no decision.
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2b-Juancito Martinez (J), Viosergy Rosa (J). 3b-Daniel Lopez (S). WP-Andrew Benak. LP-Ryan Newell. S- Taylor Garrison.