Enjoying the best season in years, the Jamestown Jammers finished with the third-best record in the New York-Pennsylvania League at 43-32 and also were at or near the top of several statistical categories.
Harold Ramirez and Jeff Roy tied for the lead in stolen bases with 23 apiece and Brett McKinney shared the lead with Zac Reininger of Connecticut with 10 saves.
Adam Frazier was third in batting with a .321 average and Jammer teammate Edwin Espinal was third with 41 RBIs.
As a team, the Jammers led the league in batting average for most of the year but fell to second with a .270 average. State College was first with a .275 average.
The Jammers led the league in runs with 355 while State College was right behind with 354. Mahoning Valley scored the least with 219.
There were 22 points between the Jammers and the next team in batting, which was Hudson Valley at .248. Connecticut was the worst-hitting team with a .221 average
On the mound, the Jammers were 10th in the 14-team league with an earned-run average of 3.26. They did lead the league with 10 shutouts.
Justin Topa led the Jammers in wins with five en route to a 5-2 season. The Jammers led the league with 66 hit batsmen and allowed 50 home runs.
Williamsport led the league in home runs with 50 while the Jammers hit 27 to tie Connecticut for ninth place. Lowell hit the fewest with 15 homers.
Zach Green of Williamsport was high with 13 homers followed by Connor Bierfeldt of Aberdeen with 12 and Mike Martinez of Tri-County with 11. Dan Collins was high for Jammers with seven homers.
For the season, the Jammers drew 38,728 fans for an average of 1,076 per game. Brooklyn was tops in attendance (232,224), an average of 6,276.