Jammers’ season comes to an end with 6-0 loss Sunday
STATE COLLEGE, Pa. – The Jamestown Jammers’ season came to an end Sunday with their 6-0 loss to the State College Spikes during the first round of the New York-Penn League playoffs.
The Jammers’ managed just four hits in the win-or-go-home game, as Andrew Pierce went seven innings to pick up the win. He struck out seven and didn’t walk a batter, before giving way to Mitch Harris, who pitched two hitless innings to pick up the save.
Cody Dickson suffered the loss after he allowed five runs on five hits while striking out four and walking one over five innings.
At the plate for Jamestown, Harold Ramirez, Adam Frazier, Austin Meadows and Reese McGuire all singled. The Jammers finished the game 0 for 2 with runners in scoring position while leaving three runners stranded on base.
The Spikes got on the board with a pair of runs in the bottom of the first on a home run by David Washington. They added a run in their half of the third after Jimmy Bosco grounded into a double play that chased home Michael Schulze.
In the bottom of the fifth, Bosco and Luis Perez started the inning with back-to-back doubles for one run while Perez came home on an RBI ground out off the bat of Cesar Valera. The Spikes’ final run came home in the bottom of the eighth after Washington singled home Steven Ramos.
The Jammers opened the series with a 6-5 win on Friday night, but fell on Saturday, 12-4, forcing a winner-take-all Game 3 on Sunday.