The Muckdogs (35-23) took down the Doubledays (31-27) by a score of 5-3 to complete the sweep this weekend. Ramon Delgado (5-1) had a strong start for the win, going five innings with two hits and four strikeouts. Adam Reifer (18) came in to pitch the 9th and got the save. He let up one hit, one run and one walk while striking out one. Auburn's Joel Carreno (5-4) suffered the loss in his five innings with seven hits, five runs, two walks and two strikeouts.
Batavia started their offense in the 1st, scoring once in the inning on a Brett Lilley walk, Colt Sedbrook double and a sacrifice fly by Christian Rosa. They added two in the 2nd when Frederick Parejo double and came around home on a throwing error. Jairo Martinez then doubled and Jose Garcia singled to drive him in. In the 4th, Alex Castellanos doubled and Martinez singled to make it 4-0. The Muckdogs last run came on a Chris Swauger homerun in the next inning.
The Doubledays threatened in the 7th as they scored two runs, the first on a solo-homerun by Adam Amar and the second on a Joel Collins double and Karim Turkamani single. Collins also had a homerun in the 9th, but Batavia held on for the win.
Martinez finished 2-for-3 with a double, run and RBI. The Muckdogs now send seven players to the All-Star game this week before returning to league action at home versus Mahoning Valley on the 21st.