AUBURN - The Jamestown Jammers exploded in picking up two wins and swept a three-game series from the Auburn Doubledays in the New York-Penn League on Saturday night.
Jamestown pounded out 36 hits and scored 29 runs in the two games against the Doubledays. The Jammers had 20 hits in a 14-1 verdict in the regularly-scheduled game after getting 16 hits in a 15-5 victory in a game suspended from Friday.
The wins lifted the Pinckney Division leaders to 12-6 on the season and made it four victories in a row.
The Jamestown Jammers put together a season high of 15 runs and had 16 hits in rolling to their third straight win in the opener against Auburn.
Before the rains came on Friday to suspend the action, the Jammers held a 1-0 lead on a single by Adam Frazier and an RBI double by JaCoby Jones.
When action resumed in the third inning, Cesar Lopez (1-1) was on the mound and Auburn tied it at 1-1 on two walks and a throwing error by Mike Fransoso.
The 1-1 tie was broken with four runs in the sixth inning.
Jin-De Jhang singled with one out in the against Silvio Medina, Danny Collins was hit by a pitch followed by Ramirez singling in Jhang to knock out Medina and on came Mike Sylvestri. Fransoso greeted him with an RBI single and Espinal banged out a two-run single to complete the scoring in the sixth.
Four more Jammers' runs were scored in the seventh for a 9-1 lead.
Fransoso singled home a pair and Espinal doubled in two more against Sylvestri and Mike Mudron.
Poole of Auburn hit a three-run home run off Jared Lakind in bottom of the bottom of the seventh to key a four-run inning to slice the Doubledays' deficit to 9-5.
However, the Jammers came back with six runs in the eighth.
Jones singled in the first two runs, Jhang singled in the next two and Ramirez doubled in two more. Overall, the Jammers had seven hits in the inning.
Jamestown started its barrage in the regularly-scheduled game against Robert Orlan (0-1) in the first inning as Jones singled and Harold Ramirez doubled him home for a 1-0 advantage.
The Jammers completely blew it open with a seven-run second against Orlan.
Fransoso and Elvis Escobar singled and Beau Wallace walked to fill the bases. Yhonathan Barrios singled home two runs to make it 3-0.
Adam Frazier had an RBI single and after Barrios then was caught stealing home, Jones singled and Ramirez walked to fill the bases again. Danny Collins crushed a three-run triple to center field to increase the score to 7-0 and Fransoso followed with an RBI single for an 8-0 lead.
Two more runs came in the third as Frazier added an RBI single and another scored on one of three errors by shortstop David Masters.
The Jammers extended the lead to 12-0 in the fourth as Barrios had an RBI grounder and Jones an RBI single.
Auburn finally got on the scoreboard in the sixth on a throwing error by Fransoso and a two-out single by Jordan Poole to make the score12-1.
The Jammers added two runs in the seventh when Jones doubled, Ramirez singled him home before Collins doubled and Fransoso had an RBI single.
Chad Kuhl, winner Justin Topa (1-1) and Kurt Yacko hurled a four-hitter with six strikeouts and only one walk. The run was unearned.
Jamestown plays at Diethrick Park today at 4:05 p.m. against the Batavia Muckdogs.