WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. - Three pitchers combined on a shutout as the Jamestown Jammers (24-31) made it three wins in the last four games in the New York-Penn League on Friday night.
Helpi Reyes, Miguel Fermin and Jose Rodriguez held Williamsport (19-37) to a pair of singles as the Jammers recorded a 5-0 shutout win in the Pinckney Division at Bowman Field.
Reyes went six innings to improve his season's record to 2-5. He gave up one hit with five strikeouts and two walks.
Miguel Fermin pitched the seventh and Jose Rodriguez the final two innings to record the shutout.
Both Williamsport hits were singles by Chris Serritella in the first off Reyes and in the ninth off Rodriguez. Serritella's single was an infield hit off Reyes' glove while his second hit was a single to right field.
There wasn't any scoring until the fifth when the Jammers struck for three runs off Josh Warner (2-6). Pedro Mendoza singled and advanced to second on a stolen base. Yefri Perez wsa then hit by a pitch.
Michael Main singled in Mendoza and then swiped second to set up Cody Keefer's two-run single.
The Jammers didn't score again until the eighth when Main doubled and went to third on a sacrifice bunt by Keefer. Jesus Solorzano drove in his team-leading 25th run with a sacrifice fly to center fielder Kyle Hoppy, the former Orchard Park High School standout.
In the ninth, Anthony Gomez singled off Ramon Oviedo and eventually scored on Perez's infield out.
Jamestown looks for the sweep at 7:05 p.m today at Williamsport before playing Sunday and Monday at Mahoning Valley.
Sunday's game begins at 5:05 p.m. and Monday at 7:05 p.m.