Lancaster was hurt again by its bullpen Thursday night in a 17-8 loss to San Jose in front of 3,414 at the Hangar.
Jermaine Clark had three hits and three runs batted in and Joel Ramirez drove in two runs with a double and a squeeze for the JetHawks (35-70, 12-23 in the second half).
Justin Kaye allowed five runs on six hits in the seventh inning, giving the Giants a 13-8 lead.
Mike Glendenning hit an RBI double for San Jose.
Outfielder Shane Monahan, a member of the JetHawks’ inaugural team in 1996, was recalled by the Seattle Mariners on Thursday.
Monahan, grandson of hockey great Bernie “Boom Boom” Geoffrion, was batting .255 for triple-A Tacoma.
Up next: At the Hangar, vs. San Jose, today-Saturday; vs. Bakersfield, Sunday-Tuesday.
AROUND THE LEAGUES
Scanning Wednesday’s box scores:
Triple A--Dan Cey (El Camino Real) raised his average to .290 with three hits for Salt Lake (Twins) in a 9-7 victory over Fresno. . . . Tim Laker (Simi Valley, Oxnard College) hit his 24th double for Nashville (Pirates) in a 15-4 rout of Memphis. . . . Gary Matthews Jr. (Granada Hills, Mission College) had two hits and two RBIs for Las Vegas (Padres) in a 7-6 loss to New Orleans.
Double A--Darrell Dent (Montclair Prep) stole his 21st base for Bowie (Orioles) in a 7-5 loss to Reading. . . . Ryan Stromsborg (Notre Dame) had four hits, including his ninth home run and two RBIs, for Knoxville (Blue Jays) in an 11-4 victory over Orlando.
Class A--Terrmel Sledge (Kennedy, Cal State Northridge) had five hits and two RBIs for Everett (Mariners) in a 10-3 victory over Eugene. . . . Wayne Nix (Monroe) allowed two runs in five innings and improved to 7-4 for Modesto (Athletics) in a 13-4 victory over Stockton. . . . Eric Cole (Antelope Valley, Antelope Valley College) had two hits and two RBIs for Kissimmee (Astros) in a 3-2 victory over Tampa. . . . Darren Dyt (Northridge) had two hits for Peoria (Cardinals) in a 10-2 loss to Wisconsin.
Rookie--Jon Puccinelli (Notre Dame) had two hits for the Padres’ Arizona League team in a 7-2 loss to the Mariners.