JAMESTOWN, N.Y. - Unfortunately, all good things must come to an end. The Jamestown Jammers saw their five game winning streak come to an end Sunday afternoon at the hands of the Batavia Muckdogs, 4-3. Things were looking good for the Jammers heading into the top of the ninth inning. Jamestown held a 3-2 lead over the Muckdogs, but after the first two batters of the inning were retired, second basemen Mason Davis, and shortstop Javier Lopez both walked against Jammer reliever Miguel Rosario to put runners on second and first with two down. After Eric Dorsch was brought on to try sealing the deal for the Jammers, Batavia first basemen Carlos Duran would deliver the biggest hit of the game. On Dorsch's first pitch, Duran would lace a 2-RBI double to right field to put the Muckdogs ahead 4-3, and deliver the Jammers one of their toughest losses of the season.