BATAVIA - It wasn't a good trip to Batavia for the Jamestown Jammers in the New York-Penn League on Monday.
The Jammers lost a pair of one-run decisions, losing a suspended game, 5-4, and the regularly-scheduled game by a 2-1 count in the Pinckney Division at Dwyer Stadium.
Jamestown now has 13-8 record and the two defeats snapped a five-game winning streak.
Batavia has won three of four games, all by one run, versus the Jammers and is even for the season with a 9-9 record.
The Jammers battled back from a 4-0 to tie at 4-4 only to lose in the bottom of the ninth inning of the suspended game from June 27.
Kevin Kleis (1-1) was on the mound in the ninth when Batavia scored the tie-breaking run. He began by hitting J.T. Riddle with a pitch, Ryan Aper sacrificed and Cooper Johnson reached on a error by third sacker Mike Fransoso. Justin Bohn then delivered the winning tally with a single to center field.
Jamestown got its first run in the fifth inning when Francisco Aponte doubled, took third on a wid pitch from Ryan Newell and scored on an infield out by Edwin Espinal.
The Jammers got another in the sixth to reduce the margin to 4-2 as Dave Valesente had an RBI double to plate Fransoso, who was aboard on a fielder's choice.
In the seventh, the Jammers tied the game at 4-4 with two runs.
Aponte singled, a wild pitch by Newell put him on second and he came around on Espinal's single. Later, Espinal scored on Elvis Escobar's single.
Batavia hit starter Isaac Sanchez with four runs in the first inning back on June 27. Connor Burke hit a two-run double, Javier Lopez and Avery Romero had RBI singles.
After that inning, Sanchez finished with seven shutout innings in which he allowed nine hits with five of them in the first inning. He fanned four and walked two.
Aponte and Escobar led the Jammers with two hits while Bohn and Chad Wallach had two for the Muckdogs.
The regularly-scheduled game saw the teams tied at 1-1 until the sixth when the Muckdogs pushed across the winning run against Axel Diaz (0-2).
With one out, Carlos Lopez and Felix Munoz hit back-to-back singles to set up Avery Romero, who lofted a sacrifice fly to center fielder JaCoby Jones for the winning run.
Jamestown scored its only run in the fourth against Miguel Del Pozio when Danny Collins singled, Harold Ramirez walked and Espinal drove in Collins with a single.
Shane Carle had his best effort of the season by going five innings for the Jammers and allowing an unearned run with two strikeouts and no walks.
The run came in the first inning when Carlos Lopez reached base on second baseman Mike Fransoso's error. Austin Dean singled and Romero came through again with a two-out RBI single.
Jamestown threatened in the fifth against Reid Redman when with two outs Jones and Jin-De Thang singled, but Redman retired Collins on an infield pop fly.
Overall, the Jammers had just six hits against four Batavia pitchers.
Jamestown attempts to get back on the winning track when it meets Batavia at 7:05 tonight at Diethrick Park.
The next home game is July 17 when Connecticut visits at 7:05 p.m..