JAMESTOWN N.Y. - The Jamestown Jammers improved their record to 28-15 with a 2-1 win over the Staten Island Yankees Thursday at Russell Diethrick Park. The win was Jamestown's second of the three game series, and avenged Wednesday night's loss to the Staten Island club.
The Jammers broke out the bats early, as Adam Frazier doubled home Harold Ramirez in the bottom of the first inning to take a 1-0 lead. Frazier came through again in the sixth, singling to lead off the inning and scoring on a fielder's choice off the bat of Danny Collins.
A Jamestown error led to a lone Yankees run in the top of the seventh, but that was all the scoring the visitors would see, as the Jammers clinched the series win.
Cody Dickson started and got the win on the mound for Jamestown, holding Staten Island scoreless through five innings of work while racking up four strikeouts. Shane Carle picked up a lengthy save after pitching the final four innings.
Frazier notched three hits, including a double, and Erich Weiss added two hits in the winning effort.
The Jammers' homestand continues through the weekend with a three game series against the Brooklyn Cyclones at Russell Diethrick Park. Game one is slated for a 7 p.m. start Friday night.
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