BATAVIA- The Jamestown Jammers dropped their eighth straight New York-Penn League game with a 9-2 loss to Batavia on Monday night.
Jamestown is now tied for last place in the Pinckney Division with Mahoning Valley after losing the first game of a two-game series.
The Muckdogs were outhit by Jamestown, 12-11, but were able to pick up the win with six runs in the bottom of the eighth to seal the victory.
Jamestown opened the scoring with a run in the second inning when Tyler Filliben smacked a double, his sixth double of the year, to right field to score Kevin Krause.
The lead did not last long as Batavia tied the game in the bottom of the inning when Ryan Aper doubled home Javier Lopez to tie the game.
The Muckdogs then went up 2-1 in the fourth thanks to Mason Davis' RBI double and then made it 3-1 with a run-scoring double from Victor Castro in the fifth.
Jamestown was able to pull the game back to within a run in the sixth on Chase Simpson RBI groundout.
But Batavia exploded for six runs in the eighth to put the game away, highlighted by a two-RBI triple from Aper and Brian Anderson's two-run home run.
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Alex McRae (0-1) earned his first loss of the year on the hill for Jamestown. Jose Adames (3-0) was the winner for the Muckdogs.
The teams face off again today at 7:05 p.m.