BATAVIA-The Jamestown Jammers fell to 17-24 on the year in the New York-Penn League after dropping a 7-2 New York-Penn League decision to the Batavia Muckdogs (20-21) on Friday.
Jamestown is now in last place in the Pinckney Division after it could not overcome a five-run inning from Batavia in the bottom of the third.
Wildert Pujols got the scoring started with a line drive single that brought home Hiram Martinez. The Muckdogs then quickly made it 2-0 thanks to a double by Carlos Duran, after which Victor Castro reached home on a fielder's choice.
Kevin Grove did the rest of the damage with a two-run homer over the left-field fence that scored Duran and Castro before Jamestown starting pitcher Montana DuRapau could get out of the inning.
DuRapau is now 0-1 on the year after fanning three in five innings while Steven Farnworth picked up the win on the hill for Batavia. Farnworth took over for starter Ben Holmes in the fifth and earned his first win of the season with one strikeout and three hits in four innings.
The Jammers responded well in the fourth with a pair of runs to make it 5-2.
A groundball single to center by David Andriese scored Michael Suchy while Erik Lunde brought home Kevin Ross.
Jamestown left seven runners stranded on base to just four for the Muckdogs, who had a pair of fielding errors on the day.
That would be the only offense that Jamestown could muster while Batavia was able to extend its lead in the sixth with a two-run double by Ryan Aper, his seventh of the season.
Batavia will now travel to Diethrick today to face the Jammers at 7:05 p.m.