NILES, Ohio - The Jamestown Jammers completed a two-game sweep of the Mahoning Valley Scrappers on Monday night with an 8-4 New York-Penn League win.
The Jammers built up an 8-0 lead after seven innings.
Jamestown scored its first two runs in the second inning after two were out.
Pedro Mendoza doubled and scored on a single by Sharif Othman. Then Othman scored when Rony Peralta reached on a fielding error by left fielder Andrew Campbell.
The Jammers' lead moved to 3-0 in the fifth when Peralta walked with one out, stole second and moved to third on a throwing error on Scrappers' catcher Richard Stock. Peralta scored on a sacrifice fly by Yefri Perez.
The Jammers doubled their score with three runs in the sixth.
Jesus Solorzano led off with a triple and scored on a sacrifice fly by Felix Munoz, that was dropped by right fielder Juan Romero for a two-base error and Munoz ended up on second. With one out, Pedro Mendoza singled and with two outs he and Munoz scored on a single by Peralta.
The Jammers extended their lead to 8-0 in the seventh.
Cody Keefer reached on a fielding error by third baseman Erik Gonzalez with one out and moved to third on a single by Solorzano. Keefer scored on a wild pitch. After Felix Munoz was safe on an error by shortstop Robel Garcia, the Scrappers' fifth miscue of the game, Anthony Gomez singled to drive in Solorzano.
Mahoning Valley made things interesting by scoring four runs in the bottom of the ninth off Jamestown reliever Chipper Smith. He took over for starting pitcher Drew Steckenrider, who picked up the win after working five innings and allowing one hit.
With one out, Juan Romero walked and Erik Gonzalez followed with a home run.
After two were out, it was deja vu as Aaron Siliga walked and Andrew Campbell homered to cut the Jammers' lead to 8-4.
After Joseph Wendle singled, Casey McCarthy came in to pitch and ended the game by striking out Joe Sever.
The Jammers open a four-game series with Williamsport today a 5 p.m. doubleheader at Diethrick Park.