NILES, Ohio - Juancito Martinez of the Jamestown Jammers was named the most valuable player of the New York-Penn League All-Star game on Tuesday night at Mahoning Valley.
Martinez, who started in center field for the National League All-Stars, was 2 for 2 with two stolen bases, an RBI and a run scored to lead his team to an 8-1 win over the American League All-Stars.
Martinez was the only player in the game, that started nearly an hour late because of rain, to pick up two hits.
The Jammers also had the MVP in 2005 when Gaby Sanchez won the honor.
Jamestown closer Nick Wittgren, who is second in the league in saves with 11, opened the second inning and pitched one-third of an inning and allowed one hit.
Jesus Solorzano of the Jammers started in right field and flied out to center field and left field.
Teammate Viosergy Rosa, who started at first base, also batted twice and struck out and flied out to center field.
Jamestown returns to action tonight when it opens a two-game series at State College.