JAMESTOWN, N.Y. - Jamestown rallied late to erase a two-run deficit, but Lowell scored first in extra innings to earn a 3-2 victory over the Jammers Friday at Diethrick Park.
Around 636 fans watch the Spinners win the rubber match of the three-game series. Jamestown (20-24) opens a three-game home series with Hudson Valley on Saturday.
Lowell plated the only two runs of the game through seven innings. The first run scored on an error in the third inning and Mookie Betts added an RBI groundout in the top of the fifth to make it 2-0. Jamestown's offense didn't come around until the eighth inning when the hosts pushed two runs across the dish.
Michael Main led off the eighth with a double and scored on Matt Juengel's single. Anthony Gomez followed Juengel with a walk and two wild pitches by Lowell pitcher Gregory Larson allowed Juengel to score the tying run.
The game remained tied through the ninth inning, but the Spinners quickly scored in the 10th. Betts led off with a double and Aneury Tavarez was next hit by a pitch. A single by Jake Davies loaded the bases and Tim Roberson's sacrifice fly brought home what would prove to be the winning run.
Main had three of the Jammers' seven hits. Juancito Martinez, Juengel, Cameron Flynn and Yefri Perez also had hits. Nick Wittgren was hit with the loss despite striking out the side in the 10th. He is 0-2 on the season with an impressive 1.66 ERA and 11 saves.
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2b-Cameron Flynn (J), Michael Main (J), Mookie Betts (L). WP-Gregory Larson. LP-Nick Wittgren.