STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — After winning 15-1 on Saturday, the Jamestown Jammers fell to the Staten Island Yankees Sunday, 11-5, before a crowd of 7,171 fans.

The Jammers committed three errors, which helped the Yankees score 10 runs in the middle innings to turn a tie game into a loss. The setback drops the Jammers (24-19) into a tie with Auburn and a game behind Mahoning Valley (25-18) for first place in the Pinckney Division.

See the Journal’s Monday, August 1st edition for full story.

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