The Outlaws followed a 6-5 loss in eight innings to the Salt Cats on Saturday with an 8-4 victory at Damaschke Field.
Both games were scheduled for seven innings.
In the first game, the Outlaws scored four times in the bottom of the seventh to tie the score at 5. Jake Levine and Oneonta High graduate Chris Pindar had RBI singles during the inning. Pindar scored the tying run an error.
But Syracuse answered with a run off of losing pitcher Reid Van Woert in the eighth.The winning run scored when Cristian Fiorito drew a bases-loaded walk.
Levine and Pindar each had two hits for the Outlaws, who received two hits apiece from Levine, Brandon Stephens and Howard Joe in the second game.
Levine tripled and scored on a single by Pindar during the Outlaws’ four-run first inning, which included a two-run double by Mitch Hollander.
Syracuse rallied to tie the score at 4, but Oneonta took the lead for keeps with a run in the fourth inning. Joe led off the Outlaws’ fourth with a single, went to second on a wild pitch, reached third on a sacrifice bunt by Hollander and scored on a two-out single by Ryan Tomita.
Pindar walked in the fifth and scored on Stephens’ double to make it 6-4. Levine hit a two-run triple in the sixth to cap the scoring.
Elmira 9, Cooperstown 3
Like the Oneonta Outlaws, the Cooperstown Hawkeyes were supposed to play a doubleheader Sunday but only played one Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League game.
The Hawkeyes (11-11) lost to the Elmira Pioneers, 9-3, at Doubleday Field. The second game was postponed by rain. No makeup has been announced.
No other information was available at press time.
Cooperstown is off today before traveling to Amsterdam for a 7:05 p.m. game Tuesday.