The Jamestown Jammers fell to the Batavia Muckdogs, 7-1, at home on Wednesday night after taking Tuesday off for the New York-Penn League All-Star Game.
The Jammers are now 29-33 and tied for second place in the Pinckney Division along with Batavia, which has now won a pair of games in a row.
The Muckdogs got the night started in the third inning by driving in three quick runs to grab the early lead. Carlos Duran cracked a two-run single to send home Wildert Pujols and Mason Davis off Jammers starter Frank Duncan.
Duncan began the game on the hill and fell to 3-3 on the year with three strikeouts in four innings of work.
Before getting out of the jam, Duncan gave up another run to Aaron Blanton, who struck a fly-ball single that scored Javier Lopez.
Scott Squier earned the start on the mound for Batavia and was great through six innings, fanning four and improving his record to 3-2.
The Jammers offense showed some life after falling behind 3-0. Trace Tam Sing started the home half of the third with a walk, before moving to third on a fly ball and a Batavia error.
Tam Sing then had more good fortune and sped home on a passed ball by Duran for Jamestown's only run of the night.
After making it though four innings, Duncan was relieved by Jose Regalado who managed a pair of innings before giving way to Jerry Mulderig.
Mulderig got into trouble in the top of the seventh and gave up an RBI single to Brad Haynal to make it 4-1 Batavia.
Rodrigo Vigil then added another pair of runs when he struck a double to plate Haynal and K.J. Woods.
Before ending the night, the Muckdogs added an insurance run on a triple by Javier Lopez for the 7-1 final.
The Jammers were outhit by Batavia, 18-4
The Muckdogs left 11 runners stranded to just six for the Jammers.
The teams will meet again tonight at 7:05 p.m. at Diethrick Park.