Jammers Legacy To Stay In Jamestown

JAMESTOWN – Although the Jammers management will be moving on to Milawukee, the team’s brand will stay along with its legacy.

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From 2016-2018, the Jamestown Jammers made the playoffs each year.
In 2016, the Jammers made it to the Wild Card Round of the playoffs and lost.
In 2017, the team went all the way to the Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League (PGCBL) Championship, losing the deciding game three against the Mohawk Valley Diamond Dawgs.
The 2018 Jamestown Jammers lost only one time at home the whole regular season.
Due to the Babe Ruth World Series occurring at Dietrich Park during the PGCBL playoffs, the Jammers had to play their home playoffs games at a neutral baseball field in Newark, New Jersey.
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In the 2018 playoffs, the Jammers knocked off the Geneva Red Wings in five games, returning to the PGCBL championship for a second consecutive year, this time against the Amsterdam Mohawks.
The Jammers defeated the Mohawks in three games to be crowned the 2018 PGCBL Champions.
With all of the accomplishments in their final two seasons in the PGCBL, Jammers manager, Anthony Barone was named the Coach of the Year for two consecutive seasons.
The Jammers also had players drafted in the MLB.
Former Jammers outfielder, Tolly Fioltei, was a 38th round draft pick by the Chicago Cubs in 2016. Pitcher, Chris Vallimont, was a fifth round pick by the Miami Marlins in the 2018 draft.