AUBURN - The Jamestown Jammers' losing streak reached five games after they suffered a 7-0 New York-Penn League loss to the Auburn Doubledays on Wednesday night.
The big blow for Auburn was a grand-slam home run by J.R. Higley in the third inning with none out to give the hosts a 4-0 lead.
Auburn added another run in the fourth on an RBI single by Spencer Kieboom.
Two more Doubledays runs scored in the sixth on a two-out, two-run single by Kieboom.
The Jammers had only five hits off two Auburn pitchers and not many scoring threats.
After going down in order in the first three innings, Jamestown had runners at first and second with two outs in the fourth and didn't score.
Rony Peralta hit a two-out double for the Jammers in the fifth, but the inning ended with a strikeout.
In the eighth, Jamestown had runners at first and third with one out, but a double play ended the inning.
Matt Milroy took the pitching loss for the Jammers and the winning pitcher was Pedro Encarnacion.
The leading hitters for Jamestown were Yefi Perez and Peraly with two hits each.
The Jammers head to Batavia tonight for a game at 7:05.