The Amsterdam Mohawks’ six-game winning streak came to an end Tuesday night courtesy of a gem from Oneonta Outlaws pitcher Tyler Sausville and one big inning that allowed the Outlaws to capture a 5-2 win at Damaschke Field.
Sausville was brilliant over seven shutout innings, holding the Mohawks to two hits and walking three while striking out nine.
He left the game with a 5-0 lead, as the Outlaws got a run in the third inning when Trey Miller scored on a double steal, then plated four runs in the fourth on an RBI single by Henry Pelinski, a bases-loaded walk to Logan Hutter and a two-run single by Mario Disso.
Amsterdam got a run back in the eighth on Nick Giamarusti’s RBI groundout, and a Paul Winland RBI single made it 5-2 in the ninth, but a double play ended the game and dropped the Mohawks to 20-4 on the season.
Amsterdam will be back home at Shuttleworth Park Thursday to face the Albany Dutchmen, with first pitch scheduled for 6:35 p.m.